This bio of World Boxing Council lightweight champ Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini connects on emotional levels.
An impressively oozing slab of indie horror that bodes well for first-time writer-director Chad Crawford Kinkle.
The idea of David Lynch directing a concert movie of Duran Duran remains far more exciting than the result.
Another demanding and deeply rewarding investigation into the Holocaust from documentarian Claude Lanzmann.
Jerry Lewis makes an excruciating return to the bigscreen in this sappy sudser.
Currently scaring up receipts via VOD and limited theatrical, this docu plays like an extended episode of "Unsolved Mysteries," deficient as it is in stylistic zeal, investigative spirit and plain…
The alleged demonic possession of the Lutz family and its suburban New England manse circa 1975 doesn't lack for fascination, having inspired over the years a feature film, a prequel, a 3D entry, a…
By turns pulse-quickening and contemplative, "The Crash Reel" is a thoroughly winning docu portrait of former pro snowboarder Kevin Pearce, whose 2009 accident while training for the Winter Olympics…
Fluctuating at random between standard-issue celebrity docu and principled bid to de-stigmatize mental illness, "Running From Crazy" is afflicted with a sort of multiple personality disorder.
Given access to B-movie giant Roger Corman's fading prints of his Vietnam War actioners, director G. J. Echternkamp fashions a vaguely watchable whatsit with "Virtually Heroes."
Compelling enough to convert even non-fans of "Take It Easy" and other anti-activist '70s hits, director Alison Ellwood's epic docu "History of the Eagles -- Part One" treats the 20th century's…
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