The film is content to paint Mexico as a morass of poverty, decay, and turbulence that exists in a moral void.
The film veers almost at random from ghost story to family drama to erotic thriller to black comedy.
The title of the film pretty much sums up its shallow and exploitative take on mental illness.
Angels Crest makes sure we know how clearly all of its heartache and suffering has been so fatefully ordained.
Strange is the new normal in Gregg Araki’s splashy and squishy Kaboom.
Like Rob Zombie’s Halloween remake (and its sequel), this new take on A Nightmare on Elm Street gives a famous movie boogeyman an explicit psychological makeover
Vincent Gallo’s high-pitched whine is back in full force for his latest effort to seize the title of cinema’s great, obnoxious total filmmaker from Jerry Lewis.
Rather than add to a memorable canon of images, all visions of helplessness, this film simply replicates them.