A cinephile's homage to '70s horror that's much in debt to the likes of de Palma's "Carrie" and Jess Franco, the distinctly oddball and deliberately divisive "Blind Alley" looks like an attempt by…
BN Films has tapped Argentinian writer-director Lucia Puenzo to co-write and direct a Spanish-language feature adaptation of Jose Ignacio Valenzuela's "La Mujer Infinita."
The return of Anthony Edwards to series television and the migration of actors such as John Barrowman, Aidan Quinn and William Forsythe to potential new series highlighted the past week in broadcast…
Japan's Shochiku has acquired all Japanese rights to Spanish horror film "Blind Alley," which world preems in Competition Friday at the Sitges Festival.
A group of Chilean filmmakers and investors are pooling resources to create the country's first private equity film fund.
Quentin Tarantino asked Larry Bishop to create a biker movie like the ones the latter had acted in nearly 40 years ago. The resulting slavish dead-genre tribute, "Hell Ride," is perhaps most uncanny…
To please their dying adoptive father, three Belgian brothers of glaringly different ethnicities head for Spain to heist a statue of the Virgin Mary in "No Big Deal." A prime candidate for most…
An enjoyable but soapy take on life in Chile's underbelly, Nicolas Acuna's sophomore feature "Paradise B" is a mainstream thrills and romance vehicle which rolls along rapidly without ever changing…
Sneaking into town without any advance screenings after nearly two years in the Dimension stockade, "Texas Rangers" has the frustrating feel of a rousing, epic oater sadly compromised. To be sure…