A breathtakingly brutal man-on-the-run thriller with a trenchant basis in gutter-level reality.
A mediocre remake of the famous, same-named 1987 Hong Kong action-fantasy, "A Chinese Ghost Story" sports snazzy effects and some decent fight sequences, but that's about it.
Set in the gentrifying West Town of Chicago, "The Last Rites of Joe May" poses a genre question: What would Dennis Farina be like in a cowboy hat?
Sri Lankan scribe-helmer Vimukthi Jayasundara takes his pretty-pictures-meet-inscrutable-narrative approach to eastern India in "Chatrak," the director's first foray into Bengali-language cinema.
A tell-all memoir about life as a prison officer delivers only generic entertainment in the routine British low-budgeter "Screwed."
Unable to sustain its wobbly premise, "Mr. Dad" is an unremarkable directing debut from actor Kad Merad ("Welcome to the Sticks").
A sustained dark night of the soul, Nina Menkes' "Dissolution" plunges into the disturbed mind of a man haunted by his murder of a Tel Aviv pawnbroker.
Although set in a different milieu entirely, writer-helmer Zou Peng's intriguing sophomore outing "Sauna on Moon" bears striking plot similarities with another Cannes 2011 entry, Bertrand Bonello's…
Greg MacGillivray's documentary is a unique, immersive experience and the first giantscreen film ever to be shot in Saudi Arabia.
Hitchhiking across Bulgaria, an art student meets and eventually falls for a 17-year-old compulsive liar and runaway.
Commander of the Khmer Rouge prison where at least 12,000 Cambodians were killed in the mid- to late '70s, Kaing Guek Eav, better known as Duch, faces the camera in Rithy Panh's sort of documentary…