Film Festival, June 1, 1992. Running time: 93 min.
CANNES--"Galaxies Are Colliding" is a strung-out short that just about makes it over the 90-minute finish line through sheer technique. Offbeat satire about a West Coaster flipping his lid in the…
Valhalla" is a bright showcase for fresh talent and affectionately goofy humor. Indie pic might require imaginative marketing (tie-ins with local opera and symphony companies would be naturals), but…
SEATTLE--"Who Killed the Baby Jesus" is a promising start for first-time director Douglas Borghi, who also wrote the screenplay. It's fast-paced, tightly written and has strong performances. Due to…
Reviewed at the AMC Kabuki 8 Cinemas, May 1, 1992. Running time: 49 min.
T&A director Jim Wynorski tries on the family film with good results in "Munchie." Picture opened in May in Nashville but is of interest mainly to vid fans.
Terence Davies' "The Long Day Closes" is a technically elaborate, dryly witty mood piece centered on a shy young daydreamer in mid-'50s working-class Liverpool. Pic will delight the British helmer's…
"Braindead" is one of the bloodiest horror comedies ever made, and that will be enough to ensure its success both in cinemas and, especially, on video. It's also the best to date from Kiwi gore…
SEATTLE--Newcomer Rick Barnes, who directed, produced, wrote and edited this indie item, presents a potentially humorous plot in "The Enquirers," but execution falls far short of promise. It's a…
Actor Barry Primus tries his hand at direction with this insipid insider's look at Hollywood. "Mistress," in release in France ahead of U.S. unveiling, can't seem to decide if it's supposed to be a…
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