This somewhat uneven but engrossing mini-triptych should please fans of Asian horror without necessarily scaring their pants off.
Tales From the Dark Part 1
Nommed pics split between stories writ large and intimate tales
Marking its final push into theaters, Sony-MGM's "Skyfall" launched in China on Monday, at a record-setting 8,079 screens, for a boffo $5.1 million opening-day gross. Pic has now tallied more than…
An infectiously winning example of the "Buena Vista Social Club"-style docu, involving a fading musical form and a group of older men who are its last practitioners.
The flight of Albanians to Italy two decades ago is the subject of Rolando Sejko's "Anija. The Ship," a docu whose similarity to Daniele Vicari's recent "The Human Cargo" could limit its exposure…
A couple attends a Pre-Cana retreat to test the "Certainty" of their commitment in Peter Askin's none-too-subtle Catholic cautionary tale.
Named for a Kubrickian monolith from which emerges a man with no memory, "The Black Square" is a puzzler sans purpose.
The only problem with "Hold-Up!," an engaging period piece about a couple of Argentinian jewel robbers in Madrid, is that it tries just too hard to please.
With the final "Twilight" movie opening this week, Lionsgate is primed to capitalize on its momentum with investors and take its place alongside Hollywood's majors at long last.
Surfing serves as the unlikely focal point of "Otelo Burning," a skillfully layered exploration of life in a South African township during the last years of apartheid.
Not so much a probing examination as a fulsome celebration, "Hating Breitbart" belies its ironic title by painting an enthusiastically approving portrait of Andrew Breitbart, the aggressively…
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