Psychological thrillers don't come much less thrilling than "Retribution," a plodding suspenser that's set in 1965 and feels like it's of similar vintage, though in fact the play is brand new. In…
Unapix Entertainment has acquired theatrical rights to "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and is in pre-production on a 25th anniversary installment of the classic slasher pic.
The top eight U.S. hits pulled in a combined $82.5 million overseas last week in another brisk session, which relied more on holdovers than on new entries.
A boy becomes a man amidst the upheavals of pre-war Mexico in Carlos Carrera's "Under a Spell," an engaging piece of narrative cinema that has almost no theatrical market outside Latino territories…
Willem Dafoe is in final negotiations to star as a mystical warrior-priest in Scanbox Danmark's "Bullfighter."
The plotting derails the play in "Real Classy Affair," the Nick Grosso study in London laddishness that --- for much of its first half --- looks well on its way to being the major work we've been…
"Fire-Eater," a Finnish tale of sisters pitted against one another in a circus setting, was presented the Grand Jury prize at closing ceremonies of the AFI International Film Festival on Friday.
In "Fated Vocation," the infighting and financial travails of a touring opera company are used to debate cultural-vs.-social priorities in modern-day rural Vietnam. Despite its obvious political…
James Goldman, the Oscar-winning screenwriter of “The Lion in Winter” who also penned the Stephen Sondheim musical “Follies,” died Wednesday of a heart attack at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan. He…
NBC's teens-to-the-grave chronicle of Motown's greatest male hitmakers is so loaded with ace performances that this warmly photographed portrait could hang nicely on a wall of gold records. Told from…