Director-writer Kavi Raz's oh-so-simple take on a deeply contradictory character turns a fascinating historical figure into a sad and dully predictable footnote.
A slow burn of a horror drama that doesn't build toward quite enough of a blaze, this nonetheless ranks a cut above the genre norm for its atmospheric and confident setup.
Teenage bullying and supernatural horror neatly combine in this juicy outing from talented Taiwanese filmmaker Giddens Ko.
There are some unintentional laughs to be had from this hectic, silly, defiantly un-scary mashup of stock "cabin in the woods" and alien-invasion formulae.
A middle-aged actor on the verge of a nervous breakdown is the engaging central character of "I'll Just Live in Bando," the promising feature debut of South Korean indie animator Lee Yong-sun…
"Bad Black" is a deliriously entertaining multi-genre mashup by the self-taught and staggeringly prolific Ugandan filmmaker Nabwana I.G.G. This supercharged mix of pretty good kung-fu, gloriously bad…
Christopher Nolan recreates the World War II evacuation from land, sea and air, interweaving events in a bravura virtual-eyewitness account.
In times of crisis, suggests a character in “The Nothing Factory,” there are various possible responses: You can shoot a gun or form a community garden. Or in Portuguese documentary director Pedro…
Twenty-one years after "The Juror," Baldwin and Moore aren't a star pairing whose reprise anyone was clamoring for, and "Blind" won't stir any great excitement on its own.
"Misfortune" is what it is, a small-budget neo-noir so generic that one half-expects to see a bar code rather than closing credits at the end. Chief among its few distinguishing characteristics: Seth…
Beneath a stunning turquoise and tangerine late-evening sky, a man sneaks up to an outhouse where a guard is relieving himself and locks him in. The literal thief in the night then slips into a…