J.J. Abram's modest Spielberg-era nostalgia trip invests a sweet, family-friendly drama with big-budget thrills.
Indie horror-thriller offers an offbeat premise and above-average character writing in its tale of a Los Angeles neighborhood whose residents are prey to an invisible menace.
A small, unremarkable but quite funny tale of revivified dead people overtaking a university building over holiday break.
Pic strives to capture the insouciance of Megan McDonald's popular book series but overshoots its comedic potential.
Writer-director-stars Mike Bradecich and John LaFlamboy keep horror-comedy "The Mole Man of Belmont Avenue" diverting largely via their droll chemistry as mismatched siblings who've inherited a…
A single mother of a leukemia-stricken child is redeemed by the titular positive force in Paco Torres' intriguing debut, "The Magic of Hope."
Aussie mock doc "The Tunnel" delivers a pretty good spook show in the abandoned subway tunnels beneath downtown Sydney.
Four Gallic protags are stuck in a crisscrosser with pretentions of the French kind in "Heat Wave," the helming debut of former assistant director Jean-Jacques Jauffret.
Three short films by three Taiwanese directors take the character of Shakespeare's most famous heroine in different, equally post-feminist directions in "Juliets."
A poorly animated, anthropomorphic animal-slapstick farce that just happens to take place during the crucifixion of Christ.
An annual touch-football game among old college friends supplies the occasion, and apparently spontaneous structure, for a complex roundelay of interpersonal interactions in "Turkey Bowl," frosh…