Winner of the audience award for narrative feature at Slamdance, writer-director Jeremy Saulnier's debut, "Murder Party," is an amusingly over-the-top horror comedy about a milquetoast who gets an…
Longtime Variety film reviewer Deborah Young has been tapped as the new director of the Taormina Film Festival in Sicily. The June event, whose precise dates are still under discussion, will be the…
The seventh and final book installment of the Harry Potter series will be released worldwide July 21, just eight days after Warners fifth installment of its movie franchise hits theaters.
Universal Pictures has elevated Holly Bario to exec VP of production.
Mr. Moviefone has gone TV. One of the most famous voices in the country, "Mr. Moviefone" has signed on to promote Fox series in a series of radio spots that parody the movie listing hotline.
Multiplexes could be chilly for new wide releases this weekend, as Oscar-nominated fare tries to heat up with auds as awards night nears...and don't forget about the Super Bowl.
Celebrity wattage for the movie industry's big confab in D.C. next week increased significantly Thursday with the announcement that Clint Eastwood will attend to accept the first Jack Valenti…
"Hoboken Hollow" may very well be, as its opening credits insist, based on real-life events. But that doesn't prevent this indifferently made and luridly gory exploitation pic from coming off like…
Though unquestionably biased, eye-opening docu "USA vs Al-Arian" throws the spotlight on a justice system shanghaied by the Patriot Act, leaving a deeply sympathetic family frayed but not quite…
A postmodern, deconstructivist, multilayer narrative about wayward egomaniacs and the equally self-regarding artists devoted to portraying them onscreen, "On the Road With Judas" is far more…