A medical disaster movie depicting how a South Korean city becomes ground zero for the H5N1 epidemic, "Flu" delivers a transfusion of harrowing realism, government duplicity and dripping…
YouTube founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, who sold their site to Google for $1.7 billion, are back in the Internet video game with MixBit: an app that lets users string together video clips and…
George Zimmerman’s not guilty verdict adds a new wrinkle to a separate legal case in the Florida courts: His defamation suit against NBC. In December, Zimmerman sued NBC, reporter Ron Allen and two…
A worthy but faintly dull civics/history lesson directed by Stephen Frears at his most televisual.
Imagine "Groundhog Day" as a haunted-house thriller, and you're ready for "Haunter," a modestly inventive variation on genre conventions that could attract a respectable audience in limited…
IFC Midnight is close to a deal for all US rights to Vincenzo Natali's "Haunter," which world preemed in the SXSW Midnighter strand Saturday.
Wip Studios and Chez Eddy move from ads to features
Just two weeks after signing on to star opposite Halle Berry in Brad Anderson's thriller "The Hive," Abigail Breslin has agreed to topline Copperheart Entertainment's "Haunter," a supernatural…
A little late and more than a little goofy, "I Am Singh" splices a very serious subject -- post-9/11 hate crimes against turban-wearing Sikhs -- onto a Bollywood format.
"Barney's Version" topped the Genie awards nomination pack landing 11, the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television announced today at simultaneous media conferences in Montreal and Toronto.
Montreal director Denis Villeneuve's family drama "Incendies" won the Toronto Film Critics Assn.'s award for best Canadian film at the org's gala dinner on Wednesday evening.
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