A forgotten man and his photographs are brought back from oblivion in the fascinating docu "Jacques Leonard, el Payo Chac."
A wrenching, intense and affecting study of the long-term effects of child abuse, "Don't Be Afraid" combines the psychological reach of a good docu with tremulous suspense, mirroring a life lived in…
Haunted by a vicious assault in Central Park, a group of kid geniuses spins way out of control in the Euro animated pic.
This static tale of a prostitute's final days will be quickly relegated to history's mountain of non-noteworthy firsts.
A black comedy about a fateful -- and largely fatal -- weekend for disparate Queenslanders.
J.J. Abram's modest Spielberg-era nostalgia trip invests a sweet, family-friendly drama with big-budget thrills.
Indie horror-thriller offers an offbeat premise and above-average character writing in its tale of a Los Angeles neighborhood whose residents are prey to an invisible menace.
A small, unremarkable but quite funny tale of revivified dead people overtaking a university building over holiday break.
Pic strives to capture the insouciance of Megan McDonald's popular book series but overshoots its comedic potential.
Writer-director-stars Mike Bradecich and John LaFlamboy keep horror-comedy "The Mole Man of Belmont Avenue" diverting largely via their droll chemistry as mismatched siblings who've inherited a…
A single mother of a leukemia-stricken child is redeemed by the titular positive force in Paco Torres' intriguing debut, "The Magic of Hope."