Scott Z. Burns is heading to the small screen, selling “Conspiracy” to NBC as a put pilot. Drama, based on 2012 film “The Conspiracy” from Christopher MacBride and producer Lee Kim, centers on a…
A week after Bradley Manning's sentencing in the U.S., this slick, smarter-than-usual British courtroom thriller challenges the validity of policies that shield key evidence from public scrutiny.
As the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination approaches, the mystery surrounding the murder has inspired another indie movie, as Tommy Alastra and Joe Mundo of 13th Sign…
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Dedicated to the proposition that even paranoids can have real enemies, "The Conspiracy" is a modesty suspenseful faux documentary that asks us to consider whether street-corner ranters who issue…
According to "Caesar's Messiah," Jesus Christ is an entirely fictional character and the New Testament is nothing but pro-Roman, anti-Semitic propaganda. That's quite a provocative premise for such a…
Helmer Jeff Warrick's "Programming the Nation?" about subliminal advertising, is a conspiracy theorist's dream, worrying about hidden naked women in beer ads and "s-e-x" amid the soap suds.
Far-flung locales look mostly striking, but the far-fetched plot machinations, choppy editing and wildly uneven acting aren't a pretty sight.
Show seems intended for an audience more apt to live in the woods waiting for the apocalypse.
Any similarities between the two pics may be purely coincidental, but "Echelon Conspiracy" plays an awful lot like a direct-to-vid knockoff of last year's "Eagle Eye."
A good-looking big-budgeter about intrigue and betrayal in 16th-century Spain, the project is holed by a shaky script that pushes its cardboard characters through often far-fetched situations.