For all its negative pre-release publicity, this is a surprisingly smart, gripping and imaginative addition to the zombie-movie canon.
Gallic toon "Ernest and Celestine" nabbed the top award at the New York Intl. Children's Film Festival, with 'Starry Starry Night' and 'Wolf Children' winning audience awards.
The unappetizingly titled "The Kill Hole" is a middling drama that tries to combine elements of "Rambo" with serious treatment of soldiers' post-traumatic stress disorder and vague political…
NBCUniversal has tapped David Sussman senior VP and chief legal officer for its content distribution division. He joins the Peacock from Skadden Arps, where he worked for the law firm's entertainment…
Performance artist Marina Abramovic's four-decade career receives its mainstream platform in "The Artist is Present."
PBS has taken an early lead in the Daytime Emmys tally, scoring 15 on Saturday night during the kudofest's creative arts awards.
Woody Allen's London-set black comedy sends out more mixed signals than an inebriated telegraphist.
In a commercial currently airing in New York for an online food-shopping service, a delivery guy says to Cynthia Nixon, "Aren't you the little homemaker?" While Jean Brodie's adoration of all things…
Scripter Jed Seidel has cloned Will in the form of romance-deprived Matt and set him adrift within the fast-paced gay world of the Big Apple. Although helmer Joe Salazar keeps a large, uneven…
Mockumentary from Spinal Tap alumnus Christopher Guest has genuine laughs, but outside the fest circuit "Waiting for Guffman" seems a candidate for cable and homevid rather than theatrical release.