Word of mouth by disappointed fans should effectively kill any hope of wider theatrical rollout.
Named best horror film at Austin's Fantastic Fest, "Kidnapped" is a technically proficient and aggressively unpleasant suspenser.
With nary a trace of snark, satire or self-consciousness, Brit sibling filmmakers Howard J. and Jon Ford breathe some fresh life into zombie-thriller tropes.
Docu focuses on the collaboration of the Bombay Chamber Orchestra and several children from the slums.
A technically superior but equally grisly sequel to the 2007 cult fave.
A shaggy dog story with little bite.
Pic is a harmlessly silly trifle that should fast-forward to homevid after a few pro forma theatrical bookings.
Suggests "Juno" as reimagined by David Lynch, or a funnier, sunnier "Donnie Darko."
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