If you must watch "Seek," make a drinking game out of how many times you catch Evan running his fingers through his own hair. You'll be nice and drunk and you won't have to pay attention to the anemic narrative, wince-inducing dialogue or mediocre acting.
Teach, played with a rarely-seen fury by Dustin Hoffman, is the one who has to realize -- and rebel against -- the futility of the whole effort. He screams into the void, to tragicomic effect.
Chalk up yet another winner in the catalog from Dark Sky Films.
In "Blackhat," sexy Australian actor Chris Hemsworth teams up with the detailed director Michael Mann in a paranoiac examination of global cybercrime. A black hat being the epitome of what the public fears when they hear the word "hacker."
"Keep your head" advises this "Sons of Anarchy" bikers' club version of Shakespeare's late text, set around Halloween to emphasize disguise, tightly adapted and directed by Michael Almereyda.
Johnny Depp does his best Peter Sellers impression in "Mortdecai," an art-crime comedy full of equal parts wordplay and slapstick action sequences. Ewan McGregor and Gwyneth Paltrow are droll and sexy, but macho manservant Paul Bettany steals the show.
For those curious about the world of queer gaming, this film does offer a good starting point for understanding.
Another creature double-feature from Scream Factory hits shelves today and may make you think twice about the creepy crawlies out in the woods.
Oversized ants and a possessed snake are the mutants on display in Scream Factory's latest Blu-ray.
McKellan hasn't just mastered the character's fury. He's also found the insecurities that fuel it.