Canadian helmer Jamie Dagg's debut thriller is slow to get going and hampered by an inexpressive leading man.
An hour into "Black" co-directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah's powerhouse street romance, 15-year-old Mavela (Martha Canga Antonio) learns the consequences of stepping out with a member of a…
Given the recent rise in popularity of the mutant-sized sushi burrito and other dubious but satisfying fusion-cuisine hybrids, the time feels improbably right for "East Side Sushi," a gently winning…
Documaker Marko Skop creates an unglamorous but full-bodied role for veteran thesp Emilia Vasaryova.
Ines Tanovic's compelling drama is Bosnia's official submission for foreign language Oscar consideration.
A glossy-looking pic with a high-concept script ripe for a remake and a cast of well-known Spanish thesps.
In nearly every scene, and with relatively little dialogue, Chad McKinney has a strong, thoughtful screen presence that lends "Beast" its substance.
Several hardened cops go to H-E-double-hockey-sticks in this rare modern Turkish horror film.
A high-minded, topical and cumulatively gripping character study that could serve as an art-house breakout for German director Christian Zubert.
Only the tiniest, most basic elements of character, backstory and even narrative are offered on the run in a movie whose 95% frantic-action composition has no need or breathing space for more.
David Cronenberg-inspired retro-horror from director Joe Begos.