"Cheap Thrills" is a thoroughly nasty piece of work, which doubtless will be the strongest selling point for this worst-case scenario about steadily escalating dares and degradations. Playing like…
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Austin — SXSW Film auds have chosen Destin Daniel Cretton’s dramedy “Short Term 12” as their fave pic in the 2013 Narrative Feature Competition program, the festival announced Saturday, along with…
Austin — The 20th annual South by Southwest festival may have opened with cloudy skies but solidified its rep as a buzz-generating powerhouse as the film portion of the fest kicked off this weekend…
Austin-based Drafthouse Films has bought all U.S. rights, with a theatrical commitment to 20 markets, to E.L. Katz's feature bow "Cheap Thrills," which world preemed Friday at the Alamo Ritz in South…
Imagem Filmes has nabbed several of the most sought-after titles at the Berlin market for Latin America, one of the fastest-growing markets in the world.
South by Southwest has unveiled nine films for its Midnighters section including Rob Zombie's "Lords of Salem" along with more than 100 short films for its 20th edition, starting March 8.
Newly minted production company Solar Pictures has closed deals to finance and produce a quartet of feature projects.
Ethan Embry is set to star opposite David Koechner in the indie actioner "Cheap Thrills."
This biopic feels like a movie stuck in another era, stolid and rote, more of an outline for a dramatic treatment than the real thing.
Like the high-fructose-laced soda given front-and-center product placement, this underdog sports story is sweet and corny, but in just the right measure to satisfy the masses.
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