At one point in "Accidental Love," the movie's crusading heroine flips on a TV and catches a glimpse of George A. Romero's seminal 1968 zombie opus "Night of the Living Dead."
Three Variety critics agree to disagree about Oscar winners and losers both onscreen and on the Dolby stage. PETER DEBRUGE: Last year, the Academy made a statement in giving the best picture award to…
Well, Peter, another Berlin Film Festival has come to a close, ending on a high note with the awarding of its top prize, the Golden Bear, to Jafar Panahi's "Taxi."
Sigmund Freud would have surely had a field day with writer-director Mitchell Lichtenstein, who has now devoted not one but two movies to women with metaphorical steel traps between their legs.
Well, we've officially reached the mid-point of the 2015 Berlin Film Festival, although the most hotly anticipated event in this cold, cold town is still another day away.
Four men and one woman serve out a unique form of spiritual punishment in Pablo Larrain's "The Club."
After hitting a couple of commercial highs and one major artistic low in the major-studio trade, Bill Condon makes a welcome return to more intimate, character-based fare in "Mr. Holmes."
If Alex Ross Perry's previous film, "Listen Up Philip," aspired to the kaleidoscopic narrative density of a John Fowles or William Gaddis, his new "Queen of Earth" carries the spiky intensity and…
A young Mayan woman finds herself at a crossroads between the ancient and modern worlds in "Volacno," a transporting, hypnotically beautiful debut feature from Guatemalan director Jayro Bustamante.
Can a filmmaker under house arrest make any more defiant a gesture than by directing a bonafide road movie?
Don't be alarmed: "Chuck Norris vs. Communism" is not a remake of "Invasion U.S.A.," the 1985 Cannon Films schlock extravaganza that pitted the double-barreled action star against hordes of Russian…