A new action movie from the Philippines also serves up a stinging indictment of official corruption.
Poetic, pulverizing violence has never been seen like this before.
Guillermo del Toro produced and co-wrote a new version of a television movie that haunted him as a child.
"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 →
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 →