Like the glorious, overripe Michel Legrand score lavished over an otherwise quiet affair, there's something knowingly, beguilingly out of time about "The Price of Fame," an ostensibly humble crime…
There are as few safe moves as there are false notes in "The Look of Silence," an altogether stunning companion piece to "The Act of Killing" that shifts its emphasis from the perpetrators of the…
"Who am I?" is the question posed in the first closing credit of "One on One," as if the preceding two hours of screeching melodrama and stomach-churning, rusty nail-assisted violence could have been…
The louring skies and flat, scrubby landscape of Norfolk — an English county less frequently caressed on film than its lusher counterparts — lend an atmosphere of eerie distinction to otherwise…
Casual horror fans may well do a double take upon perusing this year's Film4 FrightFest lineup and noticing "Wrong Turn 6" nestled in the Discovery Screen section. Indeed, only dedicated acolytes of…
Nearly 25 years have passed since John McNaughton's landmark true-crime horror film "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer" snuck into U.S. theaters — and that itself was long after its 1986 festival…
Only the fake-blood expenditure has been upped in "Ironclad: Battle for Blood," an anemic sequel to 2011's medieval slay-'em-up "Ironclad" that visibly scrimps in all other departments.
An amiable feline-led romp perhaps best described as a cat o' benign tales.
The title may imply heightened scope and stakes, but only the premise is out of order in "The Purge: Anarchy," a swiftly delivered, surprise-free sequel to 2013's economical sleeper hit.
It's been four years since Karel Och took over as artistic director of the Karlovy Vary Film Festival, during which time the fest's famously youthful audience has multiplied, while the programming…