Jack Palance makes a memorable debut by bringing the plague to New Orleans in this gripping film noir thriller.
This taut, anxiously intellectual drama baffles expectations and boasts marvelous performances.
Beau Willamon, Academy Award nominated co-writer of The Ides of March, creates another scintillating tale of DC scheming.
Sheila Callaghan's surreal 2005 drama receives an impressive revival at Theatre 68 in Hollywood.
Love, hate, revenge and the Evil Queen on this week's Once Upon a Time
This movie is a film director's very own personal diss track.
Re-imagined in modern-day West Africa, Shakespeare's great Roman tragedy feels like an astounding new work.
David Bennett paves the way for Peter Bark's groundbreaking performance in Burial Ground.
Confession is good for the soul.
There's a reason Oscar Wilde wrote this story as a novel, not a play.