Skip to main content
News & Features
Columns & Blogs
Equipment and Concessions Guide
Film Review: Born in China
Crowd-pleasing pandas, snow leopards and snub-nosed monkeys dominate this documentary designed to balance appealing to young viewers while presenting an accurate portrait of animal life.
Film Review: The Assignment
A hit man embarks on a bloody revenge spree after being surgically transformed by a mad surgeon in this wildly over-the-top action thriller.
Film Review: Speech & Debate
This didactic musical features three high-school misfits who see the debate club as a way out of the teenage doldrums but must overcome fierce resistance from narrow-minded parents and academic officials.
Film Review: The Transfiguration
A lonely, alienated teenager believes he's a vampire in this low-key drama aimed at art-house audiences rather than the Twilight crowd.
Film Review: The Void
A disparate group of people find themselves trapped in a near-deserted hospital in this affectionate homage to ’80s horror films.
Film Review: Here Alone
Three survivors of a lethal virus form an uneasy alliance in this post-apocalyptic drama that prioritizes relationships over shocks.
Film Review: Dig Two Graves
This slow-burn thriller oozes suffocating menace as its teenaged protagonist starts poking around her family tree and finds it rotten to the root.
Film Review: Atomica
This sci-fi suspense thriller produced by SyFy would look better than average on television, but in a theatrical environment its low-budget effects and small cast put it at a disadvantage.
Film Review: The Belko Experiment
In this vicious satire about dog-eat-dog corporate practices, office drones are pitted against one another in a kill-or-be-killed free-for-all.
Film Review: Don't Kill It
A peripatetic demon turns a small town into a slaughterhouse in this brisk and very bloody supernatural thriller.
Film Journal International
Follow Film Journal
Download and read the current issue!
Click here to download »
Click to Download