A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. Elysium Distributor: Sony So close and yet so far, the colony of Elysium…
Lauren Ashley Carter
An impressively oozing slab of indie horror that bodes well for first-time writer-director Chad Crawford Kinkle.
“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Sesame Street” landed a half-dozen wins apiece on Friday night as the Daytime Emmy Creative Arts Awards were handed out in Los Angeles. DeGeneres’ syndie yakker, a…
Gravitas Ventures has acquired U.S. VOD rights to Chad Crawford Kinkle’s horror film “Jug Face.” The film is slated for a July pre-theatrical VOD premiere, followed by a national theatrical rollout…
With a story drawn not from the 2000 film starring Kirsten Dunst, but rather from one of its four direct-to-video sequels, the tuner remains airborne often enough to overcome several obstacles along…
A pair of 20th-century period dramas, ''Mad Men'' and ''Downton Abbey,'' will vie to make history at the 64th annual Emmy Awards, based on nominations announced Thursday.
The Emmy comedy race offers support for the argument that good things come to those who wait.
Calculatedly ugly and undeservedly controversial.
Kevin Smith's "Red State," J.C. Chandor's "Margin Call," Dito Montiel's "The Son of No One," George Ratliff's "Salvation Boulevard," Eugene Jarecki's "Reagan," Steve James' "The Interrupters" and…
Universal and Imagine Entertainment are gearing up for "The Strange Adventures of H.P. Lovecraft."
Having survived a near-fatal financial crisis -- by being bailed out when Millburn township purchased the 70-year-old landmark theater -- the Paper Mill Playhouse has selected American classic…
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