A compelling portrait of intersecting times, cultures and places that adds heft to the main story.
Winner of the Hamptons documentary prize, this iconic Robert Flaherty-type docu definitely warrants arthouse exposure.
A thoroughly entertaining (in a brain-checked-in-at-the-door way) slice of colorful romantic escapism.
Though still identifiably K-horror in feel and in its social themes, film plays with the genre in a refreshing way.
Film is based on Martin Suter's bestseller about a bestseller.
The term "disability porn" is turned entirely on its head by the wonderful German docu "Nobody's Perfect."
A little "Airplane!," a little "Scream," a little "Scary Movie" and less than a good time.
A film so frighteningly familiar it could well be called "Saw It Already."
A naive inventor from Texas travels to Shanghai to manufacture a 'humorous domestic hygiene product' in this microbudget indie.
Staggers onto the screen looking as bloody and bruised as many of its protags.
Audacious and admirable, if commercially problematic, '1 Day' reps Britain's first hip-hop musical.