A sort of "7 Through 35 Up" experienced from the other side of the Cold War.
Sundance Film Festival
Ron Galella's storied past and still-active present are chronicled in docu.
A familiar horror/suspense trope gets entertainingly respun in "The Perfect Host."
Project clearly works best as a multimedia experience.
Buckets of blood run throughout this latest effort from the Butcher Brothers.
Body horror and art are conjoined in this tastefully kinky film; an audacious debut by Lee.
Tale of neighbors feuding over a newly constructed window between them isn't enough to redeem pic.
Deftly combines music, romance, politics and family drama, Borcuch's third film is a charmer.
An ambitious if obscure allegory whose protag endures increasingly bizarre trials.
A bisexual triangle set in a Peruvian fishing village.
Culminating with a last-minute fight for Grand Jury prizewinner "Winter's Bone," the Sundance Film Festival saw indie film bizzers awake from a long hibernation and jump back into the acquistions biz…