Pleasant seriocomedy "Mariachi Gringo" stars Shawn Ashmore as a depressed young American who finds a new lease on life going south of the border to play traditional Mexican music.
WWE Studios has acquired U.S. rights to post-apocalyptic thriller "The Day," on the heels of its Midnight Madness screening at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
A clumsily assembled, subpar horror thriller pits five rag-tag survivors of an unexplained violent event against a cannibal clan.
Undistinguished apart from Rebecca De Mornay's performance as an unhinged mama, grisly pic centers around a yuppie couple whose suburban home is invaded by the severely dysfunctional family that…
Like "Open Water" on a ski lift, pic takes horrifying "what if" concept and stretches it to 90 minutes.
Americans, stay home! If the offshore terrorists, organ harvesters, torture-tourism entrepreneurs or angry ghosts don't get you, plant life just might. That last, latest spin on current horror…
The third time's not the charm in "X-Men: The Last Stand." Brett Ratner delivers a wham-bam sequel noticeably lacking in the moody atmospherics and emotional weight. Robust action, the…
"The Quiet" dredges up every lurid cliche from the well of teen hormonal havoc in a tale of dysfunctional family meltdown that seems unsure whether to push for suburban-Gothic psychosexual excess or…
"X2" is actually an accurate title for the "X-Men" sequel, as the new picture is about twice as good as the original, although this will mean very different things to various constituencies. Despite…
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