The average human brain weighs three pounds, which may explain why "Pathology," though painfully light on heart and soul, still feels more substantial than most death-by-bonesaw shockers.
Alain Delon made a lot of movies, not all of them masterpieces, and the five selections included in Lionsgate's new three-disc collection offer a logical next step for anyone obsessed with the…
It happens on the pop charts all the time -- a pubescent pop diva debuts at No. 1, elbowing a respected rock 'n' roll legend out of the way in the process -- but what makes the success of "Hannah…
Somewhere in Los Angeles, police officers are helping old ladies across the street, but such acts of chivalry have no place in "Street Kings," a brutal look at police corruption that allows director…
Partnered with Avid to fine-tune a system capable of supporting multiple student editors at the same time.
Assembled a series of fresh, entertainment-focused cases for future execs and management students.
An inspirational-minded glimpse at a steady-working senior who launched her career at a point when most performers would think about retiring.
They just can't kill Bonnie and Clyde. And yet, for anyone born after the release of Arthur Penn's insurrectionist 1967 outlaw picture, this Molotov cocktail of a movie doesn't pack the same flash it…
Joe Swanberg conceives another lo-fi relationship study with collaborator Greta Gerwig in "Nights and Weekends."
When it comes to toon tentpoles, sequels are easy, while originality spells risk.