"9 to 5: The Musical" comes across in its current touring company production as a light and lively crowdpleaser.
Imagine a Kmart mash-up of "Transformers" and "Independence Day" and you're appropriately primed for "Skyline."
A stylish low-key scarer about a facially deformed young Londoner's fateful interaction with supernatural beings.
Throats are ripped, entrails devoured and friendships strained as campers wander through an accursed stretch of Australian wilderness.
Could find a receptive audience among the ranks of those who think the best of former President Reagan and suspect the worst of President Obama.
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.
An overwhelming mash-up of American-style, f/x-driven sci-fi spectacle and a Bollywood musical.
A diverting made-for-homevid sequel that will likely please most of its predecessor's fans.
Docu focuses on the collaboration of the Bombay Chamber Orchestra and several children from the slums.