There are some subjects so horrific, so far beyond our understanding, that the mind goes numb. Such is the case with Marc Wiese's chilling docu "Camp 14 -- Total Control Zone."
"Holy Man," Jennifer Jessum and Simon Joseph's film about a revered Lakota medicine man wrongfully sentenced to almost 25 years without parole for allegedly molesting his grandchildren, builds very…
More French than morning-after baguette and cheap red wine, and about as fresh, Gallic writer-director Jean-Claude Brisseau's "The Girl From Nowhere" is under the mistaken impression that it's a…
Near-constant closeups reveal lead thesp Derek Bogart's consummate ease before the camera, but the device can't prevent Kazik Radwanski's debut feature, "Tower," from infecting auds with…
This muscle-bound meathead extravaganza is a sometimes blissfully cretinous endeavor, delivering the maximum firepower and zero brainpower its target audience expects
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A train wreck masquerading as popular entertainment, "The Swiss Miss Massacre" is an embarrassing stab at the horror-comedy genre by Switzerland's most successful director, Michael Steiner.
A gory yarn of reckoning set in a restaurant where a nude femme accompanies the main dish, "Sushi Girl" makes a strong impression with a lurid, finely twisted plot, but its excessive cruelty leaves a…
After the much-laureled nonfiction feature "Sweetgrass," British-born helmer Lucien Castaing-Taylor makes a sure-to-be-talked-about follow-up with the semi-experimental sea-fishing docu "Leviathan."
French filmmaker Pascal Laugier attempts a tricky bait-and-switch with genre conventions in "The Tall Man," his English-language follow-up to 2008's ultra-violent horror-thriller "Martyrs."
"Dust" is a compilation of tenuously connected scenes meant to convey the mental and social damage wrought by Guatemala's armed conflicts.
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