This watchable but forgettable apocalyptic thriller reps a disappointing outing for Spanish helmers Alex and David Pastor.
A cinephile's homage to '70s horror that's much in debt to the likes of de Palma's "Carrie" and Jess Franco, the distinctly oddball and deliberately divisive "Blind Alley" looks like an attempt by…
Longtime Pedro Almodovar followers who have secretly been hankering for a return to the broad, transgressive comedy of his early work will be thrilled by "I'm So Excited," a hugely entertaining…
Equipped with a camera, a plane ticket to India, a relationship breakup and recent unemployment, talented, neurotic filmmaker Leon Siminiani has produced an intriguing debut with "Map." Following…
A docu that's considerably more absorbing than the feature film from which it derives, Gerardo Olivares' "Marcos, the Lone Wolf" answers most of the questions unexplored by his 2010 local hit, "Among…
A lively period piece about a footnote in the titular artist's life, Fernando Colomo's "Picasso's Gang" reps a partial return to form for a helmer whose best work has always been dexterous and…
The particularly Spanish blend of history and horror is given an intriguing sci-fi twist in maverick helmer Oscar Aibar's haunting but flawed "The Wood."
A traveling-circus fable whose titular protag has lost his laughter, "The Clown" will put a sad smile on even the most cynical face.
A fascinating if frustrating apocalyptic drama, Jorge Torregrossa's debut, "The End," is less about big bangs, and more about questioning silences.
Spain's first stop-motion feature, "The Apostle," mixes local folklore and time-honored horror into a distinctive, truly haunting whole. Fernando Cortizo's compelling debut is let down slightly by a…
The only problem with "Hold-Up!," an engaging period piece about a couple of Argentinian jewel robbers in Madrid, is that it tries just too hard to please.