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Proving once again how difficult it can be to translate videogames to other media, the World Series of Video Games has shut down midway through its second season after it failed to attract sufficient…
After two features dramatizing the peripheral aspects of Manchester's greatest rock band, the stylish doc "Joy Division" gets to the heart of the matter.
There's a tough little noir about buried transgressions coming out of the past in Renny Harlin's lackluster thriller "Cleaner."
"Heavy Metal in Baghdad" imposes the milieu's "whoa, dude" attitude on the day-to-day challenges of life as a rocker in that war-torn city.
Argentine actor Alberto Argibay, who starred in 1969 hit TV revenge thriller "El hombre que volvio de la muerte" (The Man Who Came Back from the Dead) that was remade this year, died Sept. 10 of…
Gearing up to celebrate its 25th anniversary, the Miami Film Festival has beefed up its programming team with the appointment of two veteran film programmers, Eleonora Granata and Kreingsak "Victor"…
The U.K. release of Ben Affleck's feature directorial debut "Gone Baby Gone" has been shelved because of the story's similarities to the case of missing British girl Madeleine McCann, who disappeared…
Tom Cruise, Robert Redford and Meryl Streep will touch down in London on Oct. 22 for the world premiere of United Artists' contemporary thriller "Lions for Lambs" at the Times London Film Festival.