A ludicrous marital drama-cum-morality play from contemporary black cinema's most prolific multihyphenate.
Michelle Sobrino-Stearns has been named publisher of Variety, the first time in its 107-year history that the showbiz bible has been headed by a woman.
Gut-wrenching violence, classical music, daddy issues and Lolita complexes are grist for director Roy Chow Hin Yeung's grisly mill in "Nightfall," a Hong Kong thriller with a strong noirish flavor…
Taking its cue from the uneven-sided triangle after which it is named, "Scalene" presents three disparate accounts of a central event, the rape of a college girl by the mentally handicapped…
Once breezy, bouncy and mindless fun, "Entourage's" last and latest seasons have sought to dig deeper to achieve more depth, and come up empty.
If the neighborhood newsstand is a war zone, People magazine has been braving some heavy artillery fire. As an army of aggressive, celebrity-obsessed rivals including Us Weekly, Star and In Touch…
Janice Dickinson, the world's first supermodel, has her own series debuting on Oxygen. She makes Simon Cowell look like a pussycat and uses Botox like it can bring back her glory days at Studio 54…
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The Taste of Kona Coffee (East West Players; 99 seats; $ 23 top) East West Players presents "The Taste of Kona Coffee," a play in two acts by Edward Sakamoto, directed by Mako. Scenic design, Lisa…
The Lost Boys is a horrifically dreadful vampire teensploitation entry [story by Janice Fischer and James Jeremias] that daringly advances the theory that all those missing children pictured on…