An incredibly self-indulgent intro mars this boisterous and unabashedly raunchy concert pic featuring standup comic Kevin Hart.
A surprisingly non-shrill and sobersided documentary that is also unabashedly pro-gun ownership.
There's something curiously underwhelming about this latest and least installment in the cult-fave franchise.
Working on the reasonable assumption that people who attend film festivals are receptive to films about other films, SXSW programmers sprinkled the 2013 lineup with a number of biographical…
Equal parts suspenseful road movie, persuasively detailed period drama and emotionally resonant coming-of-age story, "The Retrieval" is an outstanding example of regional indie filmmaking…
"Cheap Thrills" is a thoroughly nasty piece of work, which doubtless will be the strongest selling point for this worst-case scenario about steadily escalating dares and degradations. Playing like…
The power of television to reflect and effect change in a society during an epochal period of transition is vividly examined in "The Network," Eva Orner's illuminating documentary about the founding…
Imagine "Groundhog Day" as a haunted-house thriller, and you're ready for "Haunter," a modestly inventive variation on genre conventions that could attract a respectable audience in limited…
Yet another attempt to blend gross-out humor, bloody mayhem and monster thriller cliches into a hodge-podge sufficiently appealing to achieve cult status, "Milo" seems ready-made to serve as…
Documentarian Al Reinert effectively emphasizes understatement in "An Unreal Dream: The Michael Morton Story," recounting an outrageous miscarriage of justice without a trace of manufactured…