A consistently amusing and not entirely vacuous stunt.
Sundance Film Festival
A rocket-powered thriller that could, by dint of sheer sensationalism, break the Iraq movie curse.
A wannabe-feel-good comedy that turns out to be as cruel as its title.
A likely cult hit among horror fans and a gleeful affront to more delicate sensibilities.
An exquisite, beautifully acted gem of a film.
A grindhouse homage seemingly made for people who've never actually seen a vintage grindhouse movie.
"Silent House" twists camera and narrative alike, but repulses more than it scares.
ContentFilm International has come on board to handle international rights, excluding U.K., to Irish docu "Knuckle."
An awkwardly avant-garde and snail-paced road movie.
A poorly motivated saga of two teenage boys who find themselves with a dead body on their hands.
Another dose of Miranda July's delightfully peculiar worldview.