Although it starts out engagingly enough, "King of the Ants" can't decide whether it wants to be a horror flick, a neo-noir crime caper, or psychological thriller with slasher inclinations. The genre…
A pubcasting natural if ever there was one, "Life After War" details transformation of National Public Radio veteran Sarah Chayes from reporter into social worker in rubble-strewn Afghanistan. Timely…
Well-intentioned, verite-style docudrama stumbles on its own drug-movie cliches, although "Nate Dogg's" cinematic excesses-on-a-shoestring do suggest what one-man band Thomas Farone could do with…
The "drive-thru for sex" that the Internet represents for gay men is scrutinized in "Hooked," a reasonably engrossing first docu feature for helmer Todd Ahlberg.
Amiable, good-hearted pic could have used a little more brain and a lot less mouth to make the most of its ain't-humans-weird approach to romantic comedy. There's no nudity, or even any heat, in "The…
Chilean helmer Gonzalo Justiniano's "B-Happy" will world preem at the Toronto Film Fest in September as part of the Contemporary World Cinema section.
Dennis Hopper announced a new film project, "Gangster," at a press conference Wednesday on the Italian island of Ischia.
Spanish producer Antonio Perez's Maestranza Films is teaming with Mexican producer Matthias Ehrenberg on two feature film projects: "Rosario Tijeras," Emilio Maille's adaptation of a bestselling…
ESC Entertainment won't be escaping from Warner Bros. anytime soon. Initial plans called for the effects facility, formed by Warner Bros. in 2001 to tackle the thousands of computer-generated effects…
Despite furious bidding, Fox 2000 Pictures wouldn't let go of Jason Katims' spec "Letting Go," snatching up the script for $1.25 million on Wednesday.