After a surprisingly strong remake, Steven R. Monroe delivers exactly the kind of bottom-feeding exploitation trash one expected the last time around.
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Considered Algeria's most important living director, Merzak Allouache delivers one of his best films with this multi-stranded tale.
This blood-spattered pseudo-Freudian nonsense is suitable only for the most avid giallo groupies.
Universal has unveiled an action-laden red-band trailer for "Riddick" — the third installment in the Vin Diesel sci-fi series. Studio timed the release of the trailer to coincide with the film’s…
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Laos' first ever crime-thriller, "At the Horizon" is a well-written and well-performed account of a mute mechanic who violently crosses paths with a rich college kid.
Jennifer Lynch's "Chained" is a repugnant exercise in physical and psychological sadism that, like her "Boxing Helena" 20 years ago, raises the question of whether a movie directed by a woman can be…
Sprocket opera's lineup reflects social upheaval in Iberian peninsula
Intimate, gorgeously rendered docu surveys one man's quixotic mission to preserve and breed an endangered species: Canada's indigenous Eskimo dog.
The subject of this Meryl Streep-narrated docu, filmed over seven years in eight different countries, is the shocking plight and unimaginable number of children worldwide (246 million) forced into…
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