Tony Musante, who appeared on numerous TV shows, in films and on Broadway, but was best known for starring in 1973 series “Toma,” died Tuesday in Manhattan of a hemorrhage after oral surgery. He was…
Offering closure to a less-told chapter of World War II history, "The Railway Man" retraces the tracks of an exceptional man's life, as former British soldier Eric Lomax confronts the Japanese…
Toronto Intl. Film Festival Sept. 5-15 Canada The biggest festival in North America screens more than 250 films and Hollywood sees Toronto as a starting point for the awards season race. The lineup…
A lively period piece about a footnote in the titular artist's life, Fernando Colomo's "Picasso's Gang" reps a partial return to form for a helmer whose best work has always been dexterous and…
A skinhead's need to belong causes him to commit the ultimate transgression in Mira Fornay's coolly observational sophomore feature, "My Dog Killer."
A visually polished but overly repetitive chiller about two girls haunted by a ghost with a seriously advanced case of postpartum depression.
The way Andy Muschietti sees it, "Horror is not a rational, grown-up feeling. It's those irrational fears from childhood, those wounds we still carry."
The pic has no dramatic thrust, and a highly charged yet unenthusiastic home reception is the most that can be expected from theatrical.
Incompetent on every level, would-be controversial sex farce is relentlessly unfunny to the point of alienation.
O utdoor screenings in unlikely venues, which brought the fest's lineup -- and more importantly, Romanian films -- to thousands of locals in a nation in which Hollywood fare dominates the…
Netcomics, the U.S. affiliate of Korean comic publisher Ecomix Media, is set to produce "X Diary" for American auds.