Of historical interest, Warning from Space offers a few moments worth seeing, but it's mostly a slow, sluggish sci-fi drama.
A long but rewarding documentary on the Swans and Michael Gira, featuring unseen archival clips and new interviews with key members.
A young Jeremy Renner gives a powerful performance as the psychotic Jeffrey Dahmer, one of America's most notorious serial killers.
Great cast and intriguing historical setting give Five Corners a chance, but it's let down by sagging pacing and odd tone.
Enter the Forbidden City explores the Peking Opera's historical origins through an opulent costume drama.
Rutger Hauer commands Split Second, a moody sci-fi horror feature with enough comedy to keep things lightened.
Rife with nostalgia, tropes, and sleepy storyline, Max Reload still finds a little energy in approaching videogames through their culture.
Knocking off better films and dismissing Hong Kong cinema's progress, Bloodfight tries to win an audience with action, but it's not enough.
Abysmal, boring, and unwatchable, Ironheart represents the worst of the video store VHS era, made by people who knew better.
Takashi Miike's stylish crack at the spaghetti western successfully mashes Quentin Tarantino-style dialogue with over-the-top action set pieces and clear Japanese influences.
Although pulling together a stellar cast, Even Money crumbles into an anti-gambling PSA and soap opera-tier drama.
Bloodstone doesn't avoid its genre tropes, but digs into them while at least attempting to break from foreign inequality.