Natalie Portman's venture into screenwriting and feature filmmaking is a deceptively complex and layered film, calm and dense and fraught with unease.
This straightforward, periodically tedious, yet almost always fascinating documentary from the legendary Werner Herzog explores how the Internet has shaped, and will continue to shape, our species.
What we see on screen is but a fraction of what we get from this empathetically-written, sensitively acted and directed work.
A film about a genre that will only be familiar to die-hard horror fans, "Lake Nowhere" is not without its cleverness, yet it could have used a bit more ingenuity to appeal to a larger audience.
Scream Factory should be commended on keeping the spirit alive with this Blu-ray edition, a film that should be revered by all horror fans.
Based on a famous Australian memoire of a 15-year relationship between two teens-into-men which ended tragically.
Razor-sharp Melissa McCarthy is Michelle Darnell, the 47th wealthiest CEO in America and bestselling author of "Money Talks, Bullshit Walks" who keeps the original principles founded on the Groundlings stage in the filmed version of her fall from divadom.
Toni and Georgio are in love, have a child, but cannot keep their marriage alive. What are they to do?
Disney's remake of "Pete's Dragon" is a beautifully simple, and simply beautiful tale that allows us to experience the wonder and awe of something truly magical.
Film Chest Media Group is offering a sizable, mixed bag of Golden Age, Hollywood Musicals