Sony's reboot of its successful franchise, arriving five years after the last Sam Raimi-directed installment, is gratifyingly more of a drama-with-action than a nonstop assault on the senses.
Likely to frustrate gay and sci-fi auds, or indeed anyone with an interest in coherent storytelling, multihyphenate Jorge Ameer's "D'Agostino" is so aimless and shapeless, one might guess its real…
If prolificacy and enterprise were enough, one-man band Jorge Ameer might seem one of the preeminent gay Amerindie filmmakers of recent years.
"Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" is a Civil War-era actioner of questionable taste and historical accuracy but surprisingly consistent entertainment value.
Indicators point to a modest future in local arthouses following the pic's world preem at the Sydney fest.
Almost 20 years after the critical and commercial annihilation of her debut feature, "Boxing Helena," helmer Jennifer Lynch emerges as the strikingly candid subject of "Despite the Gods."
Spotlighting a quartet of furiously committed performances, and burnished by vivid, atmospheric lensing, Joshua Sanchez's "Four" assembles a strikingly impressive facade, though its source material…
Helmer Nathan Adloff's unassuming debut effort, "Nate & Margaret," chronicles the unlikely friendship between a cheery 19-year-old gay film student and his neighbor, a dour 52-year-old…
A disastrously dull take on the disaster-movie formula that chooses to spend the last three weeks of life on earth with two of its least interesting inhabitants.
Like the Eurozone itself, helmer Tony Krawitz's first full-length fiction feature "Dead Europe" struggles to cohere into a convincing whole, despite sections of commanding authority.
A well-appointed but unexciting historical thriller built around a young protag switching from one side to the other.