"The Bride" may be a pedestrian choice of title for a new adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca's ever-crimson play "Blood Wedding," but perhaps the change is fitting.
NBC and Dick Wolf are certainly giving Chicago's Big Shoulders a workout, adding a third by-the-numbers procedural to what's being dubbed a "trilogy," one loosely connected, inasmuch as what happens…
An auction house certainly sounds like a logical setting for big money, sex and larceny, which doesn't prevent Crackle's first full-length scripted drama series, "The Art of More," from coming across…
Debuting feature helmer Adam Schindler's thriller is a lively effort that should engage genre fans primarily via home formats.
This stirring film derives much of its power from its non-judgmental, warts-and-all perspective on its subjects.
The sort of Z-grade oddity Troma used to churn out for a faithful audience won't find the cult following it desperately craves in today's crowded marketplace.
Not the cleverest or most original horror comedy, Andy Palmer's indie feature nonetheless offers fast-paced fun for fans.
The eek! factor is largely missing from “Misery,” starring a laid-back Bruce Willis as the bed-bound author held hostage by his “greatest fan,” played here by Laurie Metcalf. Despite the physical…
If you see only one 44-years-later postmortem on a critical and commercial misfire this season, it might as well be "Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans."
Serving up a sweet tale of interspecies friendship and a stunning prehistoric vision of the American Northwest, "The Good Dinosaur" is easily one of the great landscape films of 2015, even if what…
Adam McKay's financial-crisis comedy turns a dense economics lecture into a hyper-caffeinated postmodern farce.