"Step Up Revolution," the fourth entry in the venerable dance franchise, is a narrative failure but a triumph of sheer spectacle.
A truth-in-advertising title if ever there was one, "Vulgaria" charts the cheerfully offensive misadventures of a film producer for whom self-humiliation and associating with kinky gangsters are all…
Neatly intertwining the dreams and reality of a troubled loner who might be a serial killer, slow-burn psychothriller "Shackled" reps a confident rise in class for genre-hopping Indonesian…
Gorehounds will get their fill, and general auds will probably run a mile from "Dead Sushi," the latest campy schlocker by indefatigable Japanese helmer Noboru Iguchi ("Zombie Ass: Toilet of the…
An orphaned youth entertains an unhealthy yearning for his older, emotionally and financially unstable half-sister, making him blind to the more appropriate attentions of a resourceful gypsy girl his…
An ultra-low-budget indulgence noteworthy for its central pair of unself-conscious child perfs.
Four generations of the dysfunctional Shamanov family gather at their wooden manse in the middle of the Don River steppe to celebrate the 100th birthday of their near-paralyzed patriarch in "Home -…
A mixed bag of warrior myths, '70s Americana and a rootsy "Romeo and Juliet," "King of the Travellers" marks a confident turn by writer-helmer Mark O'Connor.
The thinking person's loopy sci-fi movie, "Earthbound" is the story of a young man convinced he's a space alien, as well as a story about how he couldn't possibly be a space alien.
Irish helmer John Carney probably deserves applause for fleeing the formulae that made "Once" a breakout hit (and subsequent Broadway musical), but where he's running isn't exactly clear.
A young Austrian soldier patrolling the border is sent to spy on a couple suspected of smuggling illegal migrants in "Crossing Boundaries," a minimalist drama from writer-helmer Florian Flicker.