Men at work have rarely been more starkly depicted onscreen than in Yu Guangyi's "Timber Gang," a visceral look at a struggling logging camp in northeast China's Changbai Mountains.
Bottom-of-the-barrel slasher pic "Crazy Eights" plays like the kind of unfortunate project whose shooting started sans finished script, in hopes it would somehow come together in the editing room.
"Tooth & Nail" finds various uninteresting, whiny young protags fending off cannibalistic intruders.
All wet but none too scary, "Lake Dead" is a derivative low-budget horror pic in which the usual RV full of well-toned L.A. bodies drive to the countryside, where they have a date with death via…
"Hercules 56" is less a study of the politics and motives behind the 1969 kidnapping of the U.S. ambassador to Brazil.
At a reported budget of $11 million, English horror-fantasy "The Deaths of Ian Stone" is definitely a production-value cut or three above the other entries in this year's After Dark Horrorfest…
"Heckler" is a claws-out look at the often brutal relationship between performers and their most vocal critics.
"Val Lewton" elegantly encompasses the career of a producer who transcended the limitations of B-movie production.
Three young men with a movie camera dream of putting a local Calabrian story on the bigscreen in charmer "The Feast."
Les Claypool's laid-back mockumentary about a fictional jam band generates enough mild humor to keep the spoof rolling, but lacks the commitment and scope, not to mention the originality, of a "This…
A literary and erotic escapade morphs into a parlor game with supernatural overtones in the charmingly comical, quietly oddball "Peeping Tom."