This week, nerds rule.
Daniel Radcliffe will star in Hammer Films' gothic horror thriller "The Woman in Black," based on Susan Hill's book.
Pic parodies mock-doc horror pics while carving out its own distinct identity.
A comprehensive if uncritical overview of the U.S. horror genre.
A decently pitched but poorly handled dramedy about an Arab man who pretends he's called Dino Fabrizzi.
The rare Romania-shot horror film that's actually about (and starring) Romanians.
A pacey ensembler in which several privately grieving people cross paths in contempo Belgrade.
Despite its absurdly optimistic title, "Standing Ovation" deserves a resounding chorus of boos.
Ned Farr's drama has taken a trio of trophies at Outfest, including Best U.S. Feature, Best Actress for Dreya Weber and the Feature Audience Award.
Actor-producer James Gammon died July 16 of cancer in Costa Mesa, Calif. He was 70.