Fourth of July might be all about fireworks and barbecues now, but what if the events of the Revolutionary War hadn’t ended in our favor? Working with Lionsgate TV-based producer Allison Shearmur…
A bit like using every part of the chicken, cash-strapped cable networks have become much more aggressive about picking up international productions to augment their original programming lineups…
Image Entertainment is boarding “Tokarev,” acquiring North American rights to Hannibal Classics' upcoming Nicolas Cage action-thriller with plans for a first-quarter theatrical release. Hannibal…
This serial-killer story plays like a work for hire that no one had much fun working on.
Following last year's "Chariton's Choir," "Uranya" is another attempt to concoct a charming coming-of-age tale set in 1968 during Greece's military dictatorship. Here the protags are a band of young…
Appending a "y" to dangle from the end of "The Miser" is perhaps the only nail left unpounded in Theatre de la Jeune Lune's take on Moliere's classic farce. Or rather his "tragedy" -- as it emerges…
A catchy title, a swell narrative hook and a steady stream of irreverent laughs make "The Most Fertile Man in Ireland" most likely to succeed indeed. Pic's antic appeal palls somewhat in the last…