No one seems paranoid enough in this indifferently made, nearly tension-free thriller.
A bizarrely fascinating shaggy dog of a docu-fiction hybrid conceived by tyro writer-director Mark Hendrickson.
Lively, funny and at times philosophical, Reuben Atlas' debut docu chronicles the rise of the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble with great sensitivity.
"Family Tree" bears rather disappointing fruit, so droll and dry as to be nearly taste-free, with only the occasional hint of bite.
"This Is Spinal Tap" meets "Stuck on You," with a heavy dose of '70s Brit-rock grunge, in loopy mockumentary "Brothers of the Head." Feature debut by Yank duo Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe isn't so far…
If there's a price to be paid for shooting a comedy like "Best in Show," it's deciding which 90 minutes of material should be culled from some 3,600 minutes actually filmed. This fearsome tidbit is…
MGM plans to release more than 400 movies on DVD next year from the more recent MGM and United Artists libraries and the eclectic collection of titles acquired from Polygram and Orion.
Promising a Spinal Tap-like look at an erstwhile 80s New Wave band reuniting for one last chance at glory, The Suburbans instead delivers a mediocre ensemble comedy-drama thats not particularly…
Mockumentary from Spinal Tap alumnus Christopher Guest has genuine laughs, but outside the fest circuit "Waiting for Guffman" seems a candidate for cable and homevid rather than theatrical release.
To the uninitiated, Danzig could easily be a more ominous version of Spinal Tap.