“The Babylon Line” is one of those modest little gems that contains sparks of white light if you look hard enough. Richard Greenberg’s quirky new play is wholly enjoyable as a memory piece about the…
In the ’90s, the “Pulp Fiction” revolution inspired a whole lot of bad “Pulp Fiction” imitations, and it also brought forth a new wave of faux film noir — “stylish” low-budget indie thrillers that…
If you've ever wondered what goes on those inside storefronts that advertise the services of psychics, "Shut Eye" does a good job of breaking down their rituals and scams. Those elements of the Hulu…
A nicely played story of a man who discovers the father he never met had another family, told with warmth and a depth that wasn't so apparent from the beginning.
A franchise-aspirational horror opus that takes too long establishing its premise, then peters out in a climactic jumble of scare-free digital FX.
Nearly three decades after making his international breakthrough with "City on Fire" — the 1987 cult-fave cops-and-robbers opus that Quentin Tarantino brazenly referenced in "Reservoir Dogs" — Hong…
The very thought of a Broadway transfer of “Dear Evan Hansen” might chill the blood of theatergoers who loved this bittersweet show when it played in the intimate setting of Off Broadway’s Second…
Thomas Kruithof's debut boasts a skillfully crafted script that keeps audiences tensely guessing the outcome until the delicious "did that just happen?" denouement.
A belated feature expansion of the best segment from 2012 horror omnibus "V/H/S," with Hannah Fierman as the titular creature the only major returning talent.
When it comes to movies about demonic possession, the devil isn't the only thing that's in the details. It helps a lot if the filmmakers take a few intriguing detours while covering familiar…
To the best of our knowledge, “A Bronx Tale,” Chazz Palminteri’s love letter to the wise guys and tough street kids from his old neighborhood has not been re-imagined as a ballet, but given the…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions