This debut film by Belle and Sebastian singer-songwriter Stuart Murdoch is a slender exercise in self-conscious charm.
Sundance Film Festival
"Somewhere between pleasant and innocuous" is not a description one would — or should — expect to apply to a movie whose narrative is triggered by a school massacre. But that pretty well defines…
Miles Teller discusses his drummer role in his new movie “Whiplash”. Paul Reiser and Melissa Benoist talk about what it’s like working with Miles and director Damien Chazelle.
Selena Gomez and her “Rudderless” director/co-star dropped by the Variety Studio in Park City to discuss their new music drama. After Billy Crudup and director William H. Macy described the new movie…
Scott Foundas, Justin Chang and Peter Debruge weigh in on the best and brightest of Park City 2014.
Neither an indictment nor an endorsement, Greg Whiteley's profile of Mitt Romney is a refreshing departure from the combative tone of contemporary politics.
Miles Teller wowed Sundance audiences with his performance as a virtuoso drummer in the opening night selection "Whiplash," directed by Damien Chazelle. Teller, 26, is no stranger to the fest. Last…
The spirits of 1980s genre maestros like John Carpenter, Walter Hill and William Lustig hover strongly over Jim Mickle's "Cold in July," a superior piece of Texas pulp fiction.
Radius-TWC has acquired worldwide rights to Charlie McDowell’s trippy directorial debut “The One I Love,” which premiered Jan. 21 at the Sundance Film Festival. The deal was made for around $2…
Bigger-not-better sequel "Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead" picks up where the 2009 first edition left off, not just plotwise but in taking "over the top" as a starting point.
Lots of bad stuff happens to honest Rust Belt folk in "Little Accidents," a sensitive but rather ordinary melodrama that wouldn't have seemed out of place as a network movie-of-the-week circa 1985.