More than anything, BEYOND THE BLACK RAINBOW (in theaters today from Magnet Releasing) makes me lament that the general population of U.S. moviegoers isn’t more adventurous.
What’s the difference between a typical bad movie and a BEST WORST MOVIE?
For fans of Stevan Mena’s accomplished, classical 2004 slasher opus MALEVOLENCE, his prequel BEREAVEMENT (screening tonight in Manhattan as part of the New Yor
New Hampshire 1940: the citizens of Friar begin a long trek down a winding brick road out of town.
This may not be what any serious fan of the so-far stellar [REC] series wants to hear, but the departure that is [REC] 3 is possibly the sweetest, most endearing film I’ve seen in quite some time; throat rips, chai
ATTACK THE BLOCK is revelatory, in terms of the talent and poise of its young, mostly unknown cast; in terms of the style and assurance of writer/director Joe Cornish; and most of all, in terms of the idea that an incred
As a man who is so claustrophobic I get panic attacks in a tight shirt, the idea of being trapped in a prison sounds like a living hell of a nightmare wrapped in a miserable experience.
wanted to like this film. While many critics have become tired of the found-footage style of filmmaking, I’ve been a loud supporter, championing the intelligence behind this often overused approach.
Fantasia is well-known as a showcase for the most out-there fare the various genres have to offer, but if there’s been a trend at this year’s edit