Just when you thought the disease-of-the-week genre had run out of diseases, along comes "Brain on Fire," a made-for-TV-style look at anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis, an extremely rare autoimmune…
Maya Zinshtein, a Russian-born investigative journalist, smartly places her shocking portrait of a team and its fans in a broader socio-political context, allowing it to surpass its token subject…
Only slightly more compelling than those stiffly staged dramatic reenactments that alternate with talking-heads commentary in second-rate cable-TV docudramas, "Finding Altamira" relies heavily on the…
That hoary old question of whether life imitates art or art imitates life is refreshingly irrelevant in the case of certain creative beings, for whom art is life and vice versa.
An impressively if also somewhat self-defeatingly rigorous, near-abstract take on traditional ghost story terrain.
These strong, modern, sexually active women, living independently in the center of Tel Aviv, away from their families and the weight of tradition, struggle to be true to themselves when confronting…
In the best teen films, from “Sixteen Candles” to “Clueless” to “Superbad” to the greatest high school movie of the last ten years, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” the main characters have a way…
For his first French-language film, Japanese horror auteur Kiyoshi Kurosawa journeys to the land of cinema's birth with a tale centered around one of the earliest forms of still photography: the…
Director Emmanuelle Bercot begins "150 Milligrams" with a rare stab at lyricism in what is otherwise a bluntly literal, plain-as-day procedural drama.
A chamber horror piece in which a corpse's stillness only grows more ominously unreliable as it's dissected.
"Raid" star/action choreographer Iko Uwais teams with directing duo The Mo Brothers to fill another two hours with terrifically visceral fight scenes.