A bone-chilling yet strangely moving thriller whose eerie ambiguity will be best suited to festival audiences.
It seems odd that in the same year that Netflix broke through as the first Internet streaming service to earn Emmy nominations in major categories, FX's "Louie" is the first basic cable series to…
If the CBS-Time Warner Cable standoff is like most of these fracases, it will be settled relatively soon. Even in the midst of summer — when networks generally have fewer big-ticket attractions in…
A chance encounter in a hospital reduces a Mexican woman to the de facto nurse of her increasingly erratic ex-b.f. in "Inertia," an impressive debut feature from Isabel Munoz Cota Callejas. Though…
For Dish Network subscribers angry about the operator dropping AMC, it's time to unleash the zombies -- and again test the age-old question about whether passion in the TV-viewing equation can trump…
TAULL, Spain -- In an early prize at the Locarno film festival, Pablo Delgado Sanchez's "The Tears" has topped the Swiss fest's second Carte Blanche pix-in-post showcase.
In what could easily be called "Quo Vadis?," Gustav Hofer and Luca Ragazzi follow up their gay-centric "Suddenly, Last Winter" with "Italy Love It or Leave It," a more general examination of…
For decades a staple of Nipponese straight-to-video "V-cinema," biker-gang subculture gets a galvanizing bigscreen treatment in helmer Kazuyoshi Kumakiri "Blazing Famiglia."
MADRID -- Spain's Elena Anaya ("The Skin I Live In") will play the femme lead in action-thriller "Inertia," which is directed by Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego ("Apollo 18," "King of the Hill").
Putting the hard sell on a story that doesn't need it, "MIS: Human Secret Weapon" is about the Japanese-American men who worked against Japan during WWII via a secret program established by the U.S…