A spooky but scattershot attempt by writer-director Eduardo Sanchez to meld the first-person handheld aesthetic of "The Blair Witch Project" with a more straightforward bump-in-the-night thriller.
An affectionate portrait of the diminutive dynamo who loomed improbably large as a pop-culture luminary during the 1970s.
Combats discrimination in which women with the darkest complexions are made to feel less beautiful or desirable than their light-skinned counterparts.
Never putting a foot wrong, touching, enormously satisfying docu follows six gifted ballet students as they prepare for the Youth America Grand Prix.
Geoffrey Fletcher's directorial debut manages to be precious in a way that's sadly far-removed from the approach he took adapting the novel "Push" by Sapphire.
A kinetic, savvy but essentially one-joke shoot-'em-up, Tamae Garateguy's "Pompeya " lampoons the Tarantino-inspired subgenre of indie films by imagining three screenwriters penning a movie that…
The soul-stirring fusion of joy and heartache that burns like a current through the music of Sigur Ros comes through loud and clear in "Inni," the second concert film built around the massively…
"Cuchera" doesn't quite amount to a bait-and-switch, but what's set up as an expose segues into sex shows, violence and a fetishistic fascination with homosexuality.
You wish the wraith-like creature known as Hollowface would just hurry up and get on with it in "Intruders," a fitfully creepy, overly protracted chiller that plays more like a noncommittal sampler…
Gritty London dramas are typically hooked to football hooliganism, racial tension or gang violence, but not "Turnout": The not-so-gripping dilemma facing its protag is how to hide from his g.f. the…
A potent comedy of genetic chaos, "Starbuck" is pointedly contemporary and occasionally cloying, but guaranteed to draw attention for its premise and central character -- a sperm donor who has ended…