And now for something completely different: From Sebastian Gutierrez, scripter of "Gothika" and "Snakes on a Plane," comes "Women in Trouble," a wildly uneven but compulsively watchable mix of high…
Fervently embracing the concept of music as a universal language, "Intangible Asset No. 82" casts a respectful eye on the efforts of Australian jazz drummer Simon Baker to gain an audience with the…
Vet documaker Ron Mann ("Comic Book Confidential") aims to gladden the hearts of fungophiles everywhere with "Know Your Mushrooms," a playfully informative look at various types of fleshy fungi and…
"For the Love of Movies: The Story of American Film Criticism" briskly covers a great deal of ground, and often engages with illuminating insights, but isn't designed to offer anything more than a…
An exceptionally fine example of regional indie filmmaking, "That Evening Sun" deserves savvy handling by a venturesome distrib to maximize its potential to attract auds and win prizes.
Neatly mixing movie-buff nostalgia and food for thought, David Gargani's "Monsters From the Id" provides entertainment and insight with an enjoyable collage of clips from classic and campy sci-fi…
Not since "Snakes on a Plane" has a pic borne a title that so succinctly encapsulates its high concept as "Lesbian Vampire Killers." Trouble is, there's little else that's remarkable about this…
Think "Travis Bickle: Mall Cop" and you'll have some idea of what to expect.
Ticketbuyers will get far too few scares for their money with this based-on-fact ghost story.
A crowd-pleaser capable of grabbing auds who avoid anything that smacks of "family entertainment."
Any similarities between the two pics may be purely coincidental, but "Echelon Conspiracy" plays an awful lot like a direct-to-vid knockoff of last year's "Eagle Eye."