Utterly routine futuristic horror-thriller "The Colony" substitutes the term "ferals" for plain old zombies (the modern, fast-moving kind), and that's about it for originality.
The particularly Spanish blend of history and horror is given an intriguing sci-fi twist in maverick helmer Oscar Aibar's haunting but flawed "The Wood."
Greek television screens went blank for two hours Tuesday as media professionals protested the sacking of two chat-show presenters who mildly criticized a government minister.
"Combat Girls" covers familiar terrain with its fictive portrait of racist-fascist youth in the dreary socioeconomic landscape of today's post-Iron Curtain East Germany.
Using extraordinary clips from Rome's peerless Istituto Luce archive, Marco Bechis constructs a portrait of Italy during the Fascist era in "The Smile of the Leader."
Part rigorously formal and part multisensory experimental, Luca Guadagnino's "Italian Unconscious" examines Fascist Italy's disastrous colonial expedition in Ethiopia and the ramifications of…
Set in a quasi-Fascist alternative U.S. of the 1980s, "Radio Free Albemuth" is an engrossing adaptation of the same-named novel by Philip K. Dick.
Adrian Brown's spry, nicely acted revival makes a gently entertaining case for this (s)light comedy.
Loud, tedious and unattractive in every sense.
The story of a protective father's overweening love for his mentally unstable daughter plays out against the backdrop of fascist Italy in Pupi Avati's 37th feature,
One-note celebration of violence-for-good that plays like a recruitment film for fascist thugs.