Legend has is that the seventh son of a seventh son is born with certain special powers, which, in Joseph Delaney's "Wardstone Chronicles" fantasy-lit series, include the ability to see supernatural…
The director of the grisly British genre pictures "Creep" and "Severance" makes an unexpected segue into cheery comedy fare with the amiably rough-around-the edges "Get Santa."
"Be careful what you wish for" warn the ads for "Into the Woods" -- an apt summary of the movie's theme, and also the mindset of many a Stephen Sondheim fan ever since it was announced that the…
There are no walking houses, magical forest creatures or one-way trains to the spirit world in "When Marnie Was There," but that doesn't mean Studio Ghibli's latest isn't brimming over with its own…
A flat-footed stage piece gets a better screen interpreter than it deserves in Gena Rowlands, a delight to watch even in the creaky, listless affair that is "Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks."
Will Gluck's overblown yet undernourished 21st Century version of "Annie" feels more like a facelift than an update.
Few helmers deserve the title "maverick" as much as Gust Van den Berghe, whose ceaseless experimentation has come up with "Tondoscope," a new round format shot via an optical cone-shaped mirror.
Peruvian cuisine's global popularity has no more vocal champion than Gaston Acurio, restaurateur extraordinaire and subject of Patricia Perez's worshipful, mouth-watering docu.
Goran Hugo Olsson doesn't make documentaries so much as incendiary devices, diving deep into Swedish film archives for vintage clips that have sat like so much undetonated ordnance all these years…
North Korea can rest easy: America comes off looking at least as bad as the DPRK in "The Interview," an alleged satire that's about as funny as a Communist food shortage, and just as protracted.