Neither the best nor worst entry in the recent glut of found-footage horror movies, "Muirhouse" produces decent chills from a ghost hunter's overnight stay in a spooky old mansion.
Although "Sometimes Scantily Clad but Never Naked Soldier" is more like it, "Naked Soldier" otherwise delivers the goods as a cheerfully ludicrous yarn about a globetrotting squad of sexy babes…
Hibernian helmer Lenny Abrahamson sets his latest, "What Richard Did," among Dublin's posh teenagers to craft a low-key but compelling morality tale.
Richard Dawson, the wisecracking British entertainer who was among the schemers in the 1960s TV comedy "Hogan's Heroes" and a decade later began kissing thousands of female contestants as host of the…
After doing standup for four years in the Bay Area, San Francisco native Ali Wong received some life-changing advice. "I had people telling me, 'People who live in New York have a lot of ambition and…
The worlds of finance, technology and showbiz are working to find a common language because the quickly-evolving digital world is creating multiple opportunities, but few clear business solutions.
When making trips to visit venture capital firms in Silicon Valley, Hollywood dealmakers are typically told that those companies are only interested in investing in technology startups.
Film strains itself to avoid doing anything the slightest bit innovative or clever.
A loyal Akita demonstrates the meaning of unconditional love in Lasse Hallstrom's simple tearjerker.
The freshness distinguishing "Colma: the Musical" turns stale in "Fruit Fly," which isn't a sequel but brings back much of the talent behind that 2006 indie delight.
Wayne Wang's low-budget "The Princess of Nebraska" looks more like a dashed-off sketch than a thoroughly worked portrait.