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…
Practically parodying a slumming B-lister's phone-it-in, cash-the-check indie perf, Dermot Mulroney is good for a giggle -- just one -- in "The Rambler," writer-director Calvin Lee Reeder's randomly…
Innocuous at least, amiable at best, director/co-writer David Andalman's microbudget debut feature promises a comedic exploration of racial mimicry and settles for a half-hearted high-school love…
Filed from the frontlines of the war on terror, documentarian Richard Rowley's astonishingly hard-hitting "Dirty Wars" renders the investigative work of journalist Jeremy Scahill in the form of a…
Nothing if not timely, director Marta Cunningham's richly detailed, deeply affecting docu "Valentine Road" burrows into the case of a 2008 school shooting that took the life of Lawrence "Larry" King.
Shot without permits at Disney World, "Escape From Tomorrow" is a sneakily subversive exercise in low-budget surrealism and anti-corporate satire.
Reducing an immensely disturbing, politically byzantine tale to a series of cartoonish vignettes, this celeb-studded biopic squanders a gutsy performance by Amanda Seyfried while making '70s porn…
The unjust dearth of Sapphic cinema helps explain, more than excuse, the desperate "Concussion," a head injury of a film in which a middle-aged suburban femme with a frigid wife and a bump on the…