An unflinching gaze into the heart of pure evil and a perverse genre entertainment par excellence.
A tastefully provocative, ultimately haunting look at extramarital temptation.
A young family is forced to confront its demons -- literally.
An incisive anatomy of an album that was painstakingly recorded in 1977 by Bruce Springsteen.
Inventively slithering CG shadows can't compensate for a curious lack of shivers.
Film questions the comparative benefits of measured and alarmist rhetoric when it comes to climate-change debate.
Waiting for "Super" to deliver the funny is an experience as long as the film itself.
Bullets fly and jokes land with a thud in "Killers."
For those in Frederick Wiseman's corner, "Boxing Gym" goes the distance.
Docu diminishes the record's mystique while making even non-fans want to play or buy it pronto.
More bitchin' than brilliant, low-budget docu employs primo film clips and gnarly interviews.
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