The devil is a woman -- specifically, a svelte Jennifer Love Hewitt -- in "Shortcut to Happiness," Alec Baldwin's years-on-the-shelf update of "The Devil and Daniel Webster."
"On the Rumba River" continues the fine roll of French nonfiction pics.
Attention aspiring filmmakers: Forget NYU, skip USC, ditch Robert McKee and get a load of Nigeria.
A Special Forces unit on a mysterious mission commandeers a bickering couple's cramped apartment in "Horror Which Is Always With You."
"Garbage Warrior" takes a little-guy-against-the-system approach in this docu.
A fussy stylist and a tomboy cabbie team up in "The Longest Night in Shanghai"
"Superheroes" is a wrenching two-hander about the scars of war.
Battles against an indifferent state make absorbing viewing in "My Dear Republik."
The "Asian extreme" effect has hit not just U.S. shores but -- as evidenced by Pavel Ruminov's hyperextended "Dead Daughters" -- Russian shores as well. Borrowing heavily from a grab-bag of "Grunges"…
"Garbanzo Gas" is a obscenity-filled spoof of meat-eating and slackerdom.
"Upside Down" aspires to the social criticism of the 1960s Yugoslav "Black Wave,"