Easily the most polished production so far from brothers Alex and Stephen Kendrick, the prolific and increasingly accomplished filmmaking pastors at the Sherwood Church of Albany, Ga.
This slow-building, stealthily creepy supernatural thriller is slicker and more densely populated than earlier pics in the franchise.
An unabashedly hokey but ultimately engaging romantic drama that marks the feature writing-directing debut of vet Indian actor Pankaj Kapur.
Improbabilities pile higher than chips on the card tables glimpsed throughout "The Odds," a Vancouver-set teen noir with lead performances appreciably more persuasive than helmer Simon Davidson's…
Even at 79 minutes, "I'm Yours" still manages to overstay its welcome. Entirely predictable and instantly forgettable, this formulaic road movie is all the drearier for following two traveling…
An affectionate portrait of the diminutive dynamo who loomed improbably large as a pop-culture luminary during the 1970s.
Yet another intense thriller about an upscale family terrorized by violent home invaders, "Trespass" takes an old-school approach to unsettling auds, largely eschewing the sadism and nihilism that…
Uneven performances and flat direction make this understated indie drama a minor footnote to Horton Foote's career.
Despite stretches of skillfully sustained suspense, "Apollo 18" ultimately comes across as little more than a modestly clever stunt.
There's a heaping helping of inspirational uplift for family auds to sample in "The Lamp," an innocuous feel-good indie about a deeply depressed man saved by a mystical spirit.
This latest entry in the 11-year-old horror series duly adheres to tradition by providing inventively grisly demises for various characters.