Minimalist production design and deliberately ambiguous characters leave no room for emotion in tyro Romanian helmer Gheorghe Preda's aseptic, awkwardly titled "An Angel Hooked on Me."
Cartoonish violence and lack of modulation destroy "Demons of Cairo," Ahmed Atef's feature film work-up of his short docu on Egyptian street kids.
With plot holes large enough to swallow up several haunted houses, "The Hideout" marks over-prolific helmer Pupi Avati's return to the fright genre, minus sustainable build-up or chills.
A heavy-metal band is arrested for "shaking the foundations of Islam" in "The Satanic Angels."
The small, quotidian realities of living in a foreign-occupied, divided city are brought coolly but poignantly to life in "The Boys From Baghdad High."
Tailor-made for maximum inspirational, historical and educational impact, "The Great Debaters" shines a bright spotlight on a remarkable example of black achievement long forgotten in the sorry…
It's frightening what a little pigskin will do to a man. Take Jack Henry, the victim of a football-crazed dad and a jealous admirer of his talented older brother, with nothing but hustle to recommend…
Cole Porter was wrong. Then again, he wasn't thinking of Harold Pinter when he observed in "Anything Goes" that what was once considered shocking could be softened into innocuousness by the passing…
For its revival of Christopher Marlowe's "Edward the Second," Red Bull Theater uses a gaudy aesthetic similar to the one that made its 2005 remount of "The Revenger's Tragedy" so grotesquely exciting.
"Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" strums the genre for considerable laughs, with John C. Reilly playing the title balladeer from teen to senior citizen, generating enough goodwill to offset the flat…