A superior live-action, rotoscope-animation re-telling of the horrific 1966 UofT/Austin mass shooting by a madman.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa's latest is a less than "Creepy" cop and serial killer thriller that neither thrills nor creeps us out.
The ambitious "Moonlight" is a tale that needed to be told, but the style of its telling might test the patience of some viewers.
The eagerly anticipated "King Cobra" knows how to cheaply titillate its audience, but forgets to say anything all that interesting in the process.
Stephen Kijak's 90-minute documentary attempts to inculcate viewers into the fold by presenting the history of super group X Japan (an Asian Spinal Tap), culminating in their reunion concert at Madison Square Garden.
Director Kelly Reichardt's stylistic markers (unforced pacing, longitude moments, atmospheric and sometimes uncomfortable visual compositions and editing) are present in her newest film, about three strong women.
"Carrie" celebrates its 40th anniversary with a collector's edition Blu-ray release, complete with a scream of bonus features.
What happened in the early 1980s that enhanced and killed off many of New York City's artists?
The prequel to the critically skewered "Ouija" seems promising at first, but it devolves into impossibly loud jump scares and illogical cliches that just make it a frightening mess.
A short, sweet, and to-the-point story is what Shout Factory's latest thriller has to offer.