The scares are not just intense but unyielding in this compelling horror yarn.
A brazenly foul-mouthed but ultimately soft-hearted comedy of bad manners.
Instead of frightening, the gore and cartoonish violence are mostly just gleefully over-the-top in this third entry in the Spanish horror series.
Not since "Scream" has a horror movie subverted the expectations that accompany the genre to such wicked effect.
Targeted less to literature students than to followers of "Top Chef" and "Survivor," this docu proves, depressingly enough, that even the Bard can be reduced to a competition.
Positing that Poe spent the last five days of his life in 1849 helping the police to hunt down a serial killer in Baltimore, "The Raven" is a squawking, silly picture that never takes flight.
The film pays homage to a composer who remains perhaps the most warmly accessible figure in the American musical avant-garde.
Pic doesn't match its premier-league ambition, and is let down by generic material that's light on both action and persuasive plotting.
"Feature-length dance musicvideo" only begins to capture the delights of "Girl Walk // All Day."
Best known offshore as author of the novel on which Baltasar Kormakur's 2000 "101 Reykjavik" is based, Icelandic painter/ writer Hallgrimur Helgason has won plenty of regional attention for his other…
Pic springs from the seed of an interesting idea: that the ideal Eddie Murphy movie might be one in which the actor keeps his mouth shut.
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