In a year when two young Latin American genre talents — Argentinean Andy Muschietti with "Mama" and Fede Alvarez of Uruguay with "Evil Dead" — have already topped U.S. box office charts with their…
This spare and chilly Italian thriller is likely too downbeat to make much of a splash at home.
What begins as a barbed satire of our pill-popping, self-medicating society morphs into something intriguingly different in this elegantly coiled puzzler.
A visually polished but overly repetitive chiller about two girls haunted by a ghost with a seriously advanced case of postpartum depression.
Disney is looking to the past for guidance in picking the hits of the future.
"OC87" serves both its subject and its viewers well by chronicling a process that is actually insightful, entertaining and apparently successful.
Less than a landmark but more than a trifle, "Rx," Kate Fodor's cute comedy about workplace depression, is ideal entertainment for neurotic people living in anxious times.
Television is about to party like it's 1935.
As a staple at Manhattan's Upright Citizens Brigade Theater for just over a decade, comedian and writer Chris Gethard ("Weird New York") has taken auds to some far-out places -- sometimes literally.
Michael Mann and Johnny Depp will make "Public Enemies" for Universal. Drama is set during the great crime wave of 1933-34. Depp will play John Dillinger, considered the most notorious gangster of…
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