Anyone clamoring for a scatological horror movie gets what's coming to them with "Septic Man."
If watching TV's most prestigious dramas gives you wanderlust, there's a good reason. More U.S. series than ever before are filming outside of North America, and it's not simply a case of runaway…
Quite possibly the nerdiest competition ever televised, "The Quest" constructs a full-fledged immersive fantasy world complete with ogres, dragons, dark forces and an imperiled Queen.
As fresh as last week's leftovers, NBC's Adam Richman-hosted "Food Fighters" is the TV dinner of culinary competitions.
The taboo here isn't that the main characters played by Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi are gay, it's that they fall far outside the 18-49 demo.
Increasingly prolific indie filmmaker Nathan Silver delivers another compact slice of life in "Uncertain Terms."
Generic, offensive and inept, ABC's "Rising Star" is the definition of trainwreck television.
Actresses and friends Jess Weixler and Jennifer Prediger make a largely inauspicious debut as filmmakers with "Trouble Dolls."
Watching an estimable quintet of character actors do their thing is the chief pleasure of the largely routine thriller "Cut Bank."
Flashes of promise can't save "Comet," an ambitious indie misfire that adopts a playful time-jumping chronology to chart five key turning points in a six year relationship.