The scares are not just intense but unyielding in this compelling horror yarn.
Not since "Scream" has a horror movie subverted the expectations that accompany the genre to such wicked effect.
When it comes to North American film festivals, there's Sundance, there's Toronto, and then there's everything else. But even without a market, South by Southwest makes a strong case for the…
To watch "John Carter" is to wonder where one might find the intuitive sense of wonderment and awe director Andrew Stanton brought to "Finding Nemo" and "Wall-E."
Effectively flipping the address Johnny Depp made famous, this raunchy, irreverent action-comedy feels fresher than most '80s-show reboots.
Teens will cheer while grown-ups cringe at this outrageous, Todd Phillips-produced mock-doc account of the ultimate high-school house party caught on tape.
Oscar's doc short noms seem to be redefining the category as one that measures "best cause," selected less for the strength of execution than perceived legitimacy of the issue at hand.
While devoid of instant classics, Oscar's toon shorts noms were clearly selected for concept and originality, making for a delightful survey when viewed together.
All five finalists leave auds wanting more, illustrating that not all stories require 90 or more minutes in order to convey an inspired idea.
Inspired by the poetic memoir "Another Bullshit Night in Suck City," writer-director Paul Weitz's moving, if somewhat maudlin adaptation takes interesting stylistic chances suggested by the…
After hitching his wagon to David Gordon Green, North Carolina grad gains acclaim at successive Sundances with "Take Shelter," "Compliance"