A ho-hum exorcism chiller that tries to spice up a formulaic screenplay by converting a predominantly Catholic-fixated horror subgenre to Judaism.
Nothing says Lifetime like a made-for-TV movie based on a true story of a woman in peril.
Like the recovery mission it chronicles, "Until They Are Home" is a noble but relatively uneventful experience. Following up on his 2009 Military Channel special "Return to Tarawa," documentarian…
French filmmaker Pascal Laugier attempts a tricky bait-and-switch with genre conventions in "The Tall Man," his English-language follow-up to 2008's ultra-violent horror-thriller "Martyrs."
Grim, gritty and ultra-violent, "Dredd" reinstates the somber brutality missing from the U.K. comicbook icon's previous screen outing, the disappointing 1995 Sylvester Stallone starrer "Judge Dredd."
"Bunheads" represents the best bet yet for ABC Family to broaden its appeal and creative credibility.
The amiable diversion from north of the border wins no points for originality, but boasts a winning lead in Erica Durance.
As long as viewers set their expectations to "pretty good," the latest adaptation of Charles Dickens' seminal tale of social climbing and secret identities will satisfy.
With "The Voice" looking awfully lonesome as the sole smash hit on NBC's ratings-challenged schedule, it sounds like a no-brainer for the network to launch another fresh reality competition.
A tawdry tale of small-town sex and violence with just enough twists to keep the predictable action compelling, "Silent Witness" presents an adequate defense for TNT's "Mystery Movie Night"…
A former mental asylum is transformed into luxury apartments for pretty young Brits stupid enough to ignore the obvious warning signs of haunting in U.K. import "Bedlam." A sort of "Melrose Place"…