Review: ‘On the Job’ Peers Into the Abyss and Sees Government Crimes and Corruption

A new action movie from the Philippines also serves up a stinging indictment of official corruption.

Review: 'Don't Be Afraid of the Dark'

Guillermo del Toro produced and co-wrote a new version of a television movie that haunted him as a child.

Review: 'Our Idiot Brother'

Paul Rudd headlines a top-notch cast in a family comedy that can't live up to its premise.

Dallas IFF: Thursday (4/15) – 'Obselidia'

"With new things becoming old in months instead of years, I just want to slow things down a bit." George's speech and manner make him seem like someone from a different era; that he works as a librarian but spends his days cataloging things that are obsolete might make him seem like a kook.  George... Continue Reading →

Dallas IFF: Thursday (4/8) – Opening Night, 'A Town Called Panic'

The 2010 Dallas International Film Festival got off to a rousing start as the Angelika Dallas center was host to multiple showcases (and a few celebrities, too).  Some of the night's screenings went off without a hitch (see below), while others hit technical snags:  apparently both screen and projection issues marred the presentation of Bill... Continue Reading →

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