The excellent 'Your Sister's Sister' makes a convincing case for letting actors improvise their lines.
'Chernobyl Diaries' plays on old radiation fears with new zombie cliches, but surely another 'Godzilla' is in the works.
The dark new comedy 'God Bless America' feeds on disgust with pop culture, but also turns its aim on its audience.
What's the point of having your main character be an MMA fighter if he's going to rely so much on a gun?
The epic marked the end of one era, while the teen-sex comedy arrived at the start of another.
The new films tells a compelling tale about kids picking on kids, but will it have a lasting impact?
Will Ferrell's latest feels like an 'SNL' sketch turned into a movie. Amazingly, though, it works.
'Silent House' imparts genuine scares by telling its story in one continuous camera shot.
A beloved studio makes its most ambitious play for American audiences with a gentle, well-made adaptation of 'The Borrowers.'
Filmmaker Ti West says his new horror film is in the vein of 'The Shining,' not 'Saw.'
A mother grapples with grief and shame after a son's act of violence in the spellbinding new film.
Roman Polanski's trademark obsession with enclosed spaces doesn't quite pay off in his latest film.