Offering a one-hour tease prior to its weekly return next year, "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" is a beautifully rendered adaptation of the emerald superhero, representing Warner Bros…
After its short-lived "Father of the Pride," DreamWorks has largely confined its TV efforts to adaptations of successful features, with reasonably impressive results.
From the pre-opening credit moment when authorities roll out a shrouded body as concerned neighbors look on, it's clear "The Pastor's Wife" is a Lifetime movie like momma used to make 'em…
Given AMC's enviable track record -- and ahead-of-the-curve horror take with "The Walking Dead" -- there's doubtless considerable interest in whether the network can trigger a similar Western…
Photographer Wang Jiu-liang transfers his documentation of Beijing's garbage dumps onto the bigscreen in this eye-opening docu.
Playing like a dating show on amphetamines -- or a "secret crush" episode of a daytime talkshow -- MTV's "Friend Zone" strips down relationships to their potentially humiliating or heartwarming…
Deeply absurd but only fitfully funny, "Allen" will probably be loved by a small group of people, but not especially liked by many.
"Beavis and Butt-Head" -- which now somewhat pretentiously carries creator Mike Judge's name upfront -- is still a rowdy, guilty hoot, while companion "Good Vibes" is another adherent to the Seth…
The payoff isn't exactly equal to the buildup in "Whitechapel," a slick U.K. production where a newbie detective has to find the person replicating the 120-year-old Jack the Ripper murders in…
The central character in "Grimm" is a detective who's plans to propose to his girlfriend but is interrupted by visions, as he begins seeing people's faces morph into monsters -- a legacy of being…