The first (and likely the last) cinematic adaptation of the popular Brit neck-biter series.
Sundance and Toronto relegate their genre pics to midnight slots, but at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, audience-friendly sci-fi and horror offerings are the main attraction, with world premieres…
Co-writers Jared and Jerusha Hess have concocted a fresh batch of socially awkward characters to do their comic bidding.
They say "Mad Men" is really about the women, and for proof of the theory, one needn't look any further than the show's unique editing style.
Australian artist George Gittoes samples the eccentric Pashto pics.
Sony Pictures Animation spins a 30-page children's book into a 90-minute all-you-can-laugh buffet.
The 3D format is here to stay but is in danger of becoming a victim of its own success.
Film follows the firsthand adventures of sex-obsessed 14-year-old Nick Twisp.
Key art maestro Paul Crifo helped transform the way movies were pitched to the public.
Tailored for controversy but too marginal to attract much attention beyond Toronto.
Tyler Perry could do (and has done) a lot worse than "I Can Do Bad All by Myself."
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