"Stephen King's The Night Flier" is a creepy vampire tale that also offers some clever commentary on bloodthirsty tabloid journalists.
In "Harriet's Return," at the Geffen Playhouse, Debbie Allen the actress -- as opposed to Debbie Allen the movie producer, TV director or Oscar choreographer -- steps into the stage spotlight after a…
With every boomer's biological clock ticking as loudly as Big Ben, Anne Makepeace's autobiographical "Baby, It's You" couldn't be more timely. Incredibly personal doc -- not to be confused with John…
Pioneering U.S. black filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles casts an acerbic, unapologetically personal eye on the history of African-American screen imagery in "Classified X." While short docu feature (made…
Dan Aykroyd and director John Landis take a bumpy trip down memory lane in "Blues Brothers 2000," a sluggishly paced, fitfully funny followup to their 1980 musical comedy extravaganza.
There's a decent idea for a thriller rattling around inside "Johnny Skidmarks," a classic noir wannabe starring Peter Gallagher as a freelance crime scene photog and Frances McDormand as a recovering…
Though it features elements of the usual bad-taste and drag-camp humor, standup comic and TV writer Louis C.K.'s debut feature, "Tomorrow Night," is at heart a midnight movie of a different stripe.
Ray Bradbury's 1957 Saturday Evening Post story "The Magic White Suit" has been successfully adapted as a television drama, a play and a stage musical.
The realization that there is something innately cockeyed about "The Replacement Killers" sets in with the awareness that the movie isn't about what its title indicates: The lead characters portrayed…
Brazilian-born U.S. documaker Iara Lee's previous "Synthetic Pleasures" took viewers on an E-ticket virtual-reality travelogue through various New Technology wonders. Kinetically dazzling, it also…