Like a lot of the funniest satire at the Onion, a serious message often lurks beneath the jokes. So when the humor website published a fake memo Monday from an executive at CNN.com justifying…
This aggressively terrible horror quickie is conclusive proof that the found-footage horror cycle has finally reached its low ebb.
The specter of cord-cutting has finally caught up to American pay TV providers, which have suffered their first net loss of subscribers over a 12-month period, according to an analysis by Leichtman…
Image Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to Bold Films' thriller “Evidence” for a summer theatrical release. The movie is directed by Olatunde Osunsanmi and stars Stephen Moyer and Radha…
There are many stellar events these days celebrating the empowerment of women, but I keep running into powerful women at these occasions who seem perplexed by the fragility of the male ego.
When is a play not a play? When it's an aria, and in the case of John Osborne's 1964 drama "Inadmissible Evidence," a two-and-a-half-hour mad scene.
Superior Court Judge B.J. Bjork on Monday delayed Robert Downey Jr.'s trial for drug possession until Feb. 21 so that the defense can test the evidence and see if it is cocaine.
One wouldn't think that a TV show containing the words "Confirmation" and "Hard Evidence" in its title would require a question mark as well. In the case of the lurid and sometimes entertainingly…
OJ. junkies are advised to forget about that trial for a while and watch "Evidence of Innocence: The Lloyd Schlup Death Penalty Case." With its factual presentation, Court TV again proves its ability…
Burt Reynolds plays Joe Paris, a suspended detective who wakes up from a drunken binge to find himself the lead suspect in a murder investigation. His case is given to an assertive debutante (Theresa…