If you were among the squeamish who could never quite stomach the premise of Pixar's "Ratatouille" — in which a Parisian sewer rat becomes top chef in a tony French restaurant — then perhaps Morgan…
But if the writer-director's physical canvas has gotten bigger here, his imagination is otherwise in somewhat reduced form. "
Tim Burton’s “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” will premiere at Fantastic Fest ahead of its Sept. 30 nationwide launch by Fox. Burton is scheduled to appear at a red-carpet screening of…
Infused with an all-inclusive affection for 1990s action films — not just multiplex fare, but the sort of direct-to-video flicks that employed the likes of Michael Pare and Wings Hauser…
Cowboys-and-Indians antics have rarely been more antic than they are in "Bone Tomahawk," a gleefully grisly genre gazpacho that matches a rousing sense of Old West derring-do to a comic sensibility…
108 Media has acquired the worldwide rights to the British documentary “The Creeping Garden” which shows the world of plasmodial slime mould through time-lapse photography. “Garden” is directed and…
If Richard Linklater attempted a remake of Val Lewton's "Cat People," the end result might resemble "Spring."
LOCARNO – Andres Rosende's "The Turned," Francisco Lorite's "Fierce" and Alejandro Fernandez Almendras' "The Gray Beyond" feature in a mouth-watering selection of Latin American and U.S. genre…
A surprisingly long-lived gag finally runs out of gas in Robert Rodriguez's noticeably duller, less outrageous sequel to "Machete."
Shot in black-and-white in homage to "Raging Bull," Jim Taihuttu's solo feature debut is a well-made but by-the-book immigrant boxer pic.
MADRID – Uruguay's Gustavo Hernandez ("La casa muda"), Cuba's Alejandro Brugues ("Juan of the Dead") Mexico's Jorge Michel Grau ("Somos lo que hay") Colombia's 64A-Films ("All Your Dead Ones") and…