An overlong contribution to the genre set in the not-too-distant future, when a fungus has turned most everyone into brain-dead "Hungries" feasting on flesh and blood.
Blame it on Batman, but the DC universe has gotten awfully dark in recent years, especially compared with the candy-colored competition over at Marvel. Rather than bringing levity and irreverence to…
This smoothly crafted English-language sci-fi tale finds a modern man cryogenically frozen, then thawed seven decades into the future as humanity's first successful "reanimate."
In one of the many tellingly funny moments in “Bad Moms,” a fitfully hilarious satire of the woes of up-to-the-minute motherhood, Amy (Mila Kunis), a working parent of two who feels like she barely…
There's energy to spare, if not a lot of grey matter, in this amiable buddy action comedy directed by Renny Harlin.
In first-time filmmaker Dan Jackson's "In the Shadow of the Hill," Brazil's 2011 plan to rid the gargantuan Rio de Janeiro favela Rocinha of drug traffickers in advance of the 2014 World Cup and the…
Ozploitation weighs in on the abortion debate with "Red Christmas," in which an unsuccessfully terminated and hideously deformed fetus returns two decades later to wreak havoc during his family's…
A perceptive, benevolent documentary about a contemporary and particularly high-stakes rite of passage from young adolescence to manhood.
In a moment of vulnerability — to put it mildly — a young woman has a sexual encounter with a ghost and contracts an STD that can't be Googled in "Lace Crater."
If you look closely at the paintings of Hieronymus Bosch — they're jammed with so many tiny, tucked-away micro-portraits that you almost have to look closely at them — you'll see images that, you’d…
One of the year's most delightful moviegoing surprises, a quality family film that rewards young people's imaginations and reminds us of a time when the term "Disney movie" meant something.