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…
Sion Sono trawls sub-Tarantino B-movie-pastiche territory with this tedious, over-the-top gorefest.
Not every festival can offer Cannes' cachet, Venice's ambience or Toronto's marketing juggernaut. That's why the smart ones develop their individuality as well as their screening program and use…