"I Am a Hero" careens along in a giddy, bloodsoaked, immensely pleasurable rush, propelled by an enthusiasm as infectious as a bite from the undead.
The "we" of "We're Still Together" may refer to sorely tested individuals trying to keep their own disordered lives in one piece.
This engrossing examination of fear essentially poses the question of whether it is worse to be mauled by animals or by the media.
"Peter von Bagh" contextualizes and pays tribute to his many facets: film critic, magazine editor, teacher, curator, author (with more than 30 books to his credit) director and television and radio…
Movie stars, distinctive deities, and steadfast siblings propel the road-movie narrative of "Dhanak," writer-director's Nagesh Kukunoor's slickly produced and pleasantly engaging fairy tale about the…
The most disturbing moment in any zombie movie is often the opening scene: that first chilling jolt of revelation that former live human beings have gone murderously off their rocker. The all-time…
"If this is the future, where is my jetpack?" goes the jokey refrain of those disappointed our present hasn't caught up to the gleaming sci-fi dreams of the past.
How do you make a portrait of an empty-headed young man at the most empty-headed moment of his life not feel like a film that has similarly little on its mind?
HBO's "The Night Of" begins with an after-school special come to life: A college kid trying to get to a party sneaks out in his dad's cab and ends up, just hours later, in jail charged with murder. A…
The title may refer to a particularly finicky tonsorial procedure, but "Waves" is also fitting description for the mood and pace of Polish writer-director Grzegorz Zariczny's small, beautifully…
Much satisfaction is demanded in Henrik Ruben Genz's fast-and-loose period romp "Satisfaction 1720," and while the Rolling Stones' rock standard never pops up on the film's heavily anachronistic…