A serial killer leaves grisly clues in the carnage. A nubile cop tracks him through the underbelly of Manhattan. Her paralyzed colleague strains to stop the murder spree from his hospital bed.
Reviewed at Vancouver Film Festival, Sept. 28, 1999. (Also in Austin Film Festival.) Running time: 70 MIN.
An exceptional soundtrack, featuring songs performed by the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and other great singers, adds flavor to this Bollywood stew, which tells the somewhat true story of a simple…
Miramax has signed scribe Robert Nelson Jacobs to a multipicture deal.
Low-budget teen drama about "white trash" guys in rural Florida scores a direct hit until the last reel. Tyro writer-director Mark Anthony Galluzzo offers an impressive first effort. Fest…
Reviewed on videocassette, Boston, Sept. 7, 1999. (In Boston Film Festival.) Running time: 89 MIN.
Gotham-based specialized distrib Cowboy Booking Intl. has announced the films for its initial calendar series at the Screening Room in Tribeca. The first to unspool at the venue's newly built second…
You don't have to know and love Buster Keaton's inspired 1925 farce "Seven Chances" to dislike the modern remake "The Bachelor," although it certainly doesn't hurt. A remarkably mirthless and inept…
Cranked up in high "AbFab" style, Joanna Lumley walks off with the few honors available in "Mad Cows," an occasionally entertaining but hopelessly jumbled attempt to translate Aussie-born Kathy…
Pee-Wee's Playhouse" meets "Jerry Springer Show" in "Fuddy Meers," an antically zany new play by David Lindsay-Abaire that tries energetically to freshen a tale of family abuse by drawing it in the…
“Saturday Night Live’s” Chris Kattan has signed to do Nora Ephron’s “Numbers” with John Travolta, Tim Roth and Lisa Kudrow. Kattan will play Kudrow’s ex-boyfriend, hired by Travolta’s character to…