"The Woods" is an aimless satire with no narrative shape -- and no compelling character dynamics or sharp perspective to compensate.
"Prairie Love" extends a thimbleful of undeveloped character and story ideas over 81 minutes of presumed black-comedy drollery.
A frank, no-frills account of the AIDS crisis as seen from ground zero -- San Francisco's gay Castro Street district circa 1980.
Overwhelming undertaking profiles a courageous group of Chicago activists who intervene in street fights and then coach the scrappers in conflict resolution.
A wildly romantic Hallmark Hall of Fame production whose finest tear-inducing efforts evoke the sentimental appeal of "The Notebook."
"Jason Priestley directs Luke Perry!" hardly sounds like an earthshaking headline, but that "90210" reunion angle is about all Hallmark Movie Channel has to offer by way of selling "Goodnight for…
The program manages to be a misnomer twice over: Nothing about the show really works, and classy it's not.
IFC Films and Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions are partnering to acquire North American rights to Sundance title "Salvation Boulevard."
The hushed, coffeehouse mysticism of Iron & Wine's songwriting calmly pacified the Wiltern's sold-out audience on Wednesday night.
Summit's tapped the scripting team of Harry Elfont and Deborah Kaplan to pen its adaptation of "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" with a possibility of directing.