An appalling misfire that tries and fails to evoke the anything-goes spirit of such '70s sketch-comedy concoctions as "The Groove Tube" and "Kentucky Fried Movie."
A briskly cautionary and slickly packaged doc that could score some bookings in brick-and-mortar venues before wide dispersal on smallscreen platforms.
There is more mood than matter to appreciate in "Fynbos," a low-key suspenser that masterfully sustains tension with elliptical storytelling and evocative atmospherics, but ultimately comes across as…
Even at a briskly paced 73 minutes, James E. Duff's romantic indie feels slightly padded as it unfolds a thin scenario about two twentysomethings who initiate and sustain a long-distance relationship…
Agreeably amusing but unduly extended, "Matru ki Bijlee ka Mandola" suggests what might have resulted had Rodgers and Hammerstein lived long enough to attempt a Broadway musical about the Occupy Wall…
A frenetic and freewheeling satirical comedy that only sporadically scores a bull's-eye while aiming at easy targets: found-footage thrillers in the vein of "Paranormal Activity," "The Devil Inside"…
A boisterously Tarantinoesque mash-up of cliches, archetypes and bodacious craziness in the tradition of Southern-fried '60s and '70s drive-in fodder,
One can appreciate the formal control writer-director Tom O'Brien maintains over his material in "Fairhaven," and even admire the persuasive performances he and his fellow players give in key roles…
In addition to selecting "Argo" as best film and Ben Affleck as best director, the Houston Film Critics Society voted three prizes for "Lincoln."
A better-than-average horror-thriller that relies more on potent suspense than graphic savagery or stereoscopic tricks.
Mix "The Breakfast Club" with "Ten Little Indians," then sprinkle with suggestions of supernatural influence, and you have "Bad Kids Go to Hell," a slickly produced and brazenly clever piece of work…