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A vampire half-breed wages war on his killer brethren.
Wesley Snipes returns as the half human, half vampire destroyer of evil.
Comic franchise gets a comedy revamp(ire).
When a rich man offers a big reward for the head of the man who impregnated his daughter, an impoverished couple set out on the trail, but the world proves much more brutal than they expected.
After getting on the wrong side of a sadistic sheriff, a group of truckers makes for the border, hoping to reach it before the law catches up.
A boy's life is transformed by his friendship with an injured dolphin.
The story of a racehorse with a broken leg and a little girl who won't give up.
A brother and sister go on the run after a casino heist, leading to big trouble for those they meet.
Exposing the beef burger industry as bacteria friendly, with blood in the boardroom and illegals in the slaughterhouse.
Bittersweet tale of lifetime pals who go on a blast to Vegas when one is diagnosed with cancer.
A portrait of the actor, with singing.
A casualty of war returns to a world that appears strange and unreal.
Outrageous comedy Western about a young woman taking her murdered lover back to his home to be buried.
Ensemble drama about secrets in smalltown Alaska.
A man left for dead by his wife, plots his revenge.
Tim Burton's monkeys are revolting.
Documentary examining the myth surrounding the death of Billy the Kid.
A troubled young boy becomes jealous when his widowed mother falls in love with an American seaman.
Rites-of-passage drama about a writer's daughter.
Feelgood romp with a positive message for old folks.
Invisible hands Kaouther Ben Hania on Beauty And The Dogs and The Man Who Sold His Skin
The new king Maite Alberdi on friendships and discoveries in The Mole Agent
Streaming Spotlight - Australian female filmmakers This week we're look at directors from Down Under
The witching hour Neil Marshall and Charlotte Kirk on The Reckoning
Stay-At-Home Seven: April 12-19 Streaming and telly picks for the coming week
One of those dreamy, dreamy things Guy Maddin on Isabella Rossellini and The Rabbit Hunters
In The Heights to open Tribeca New York festival to welcome Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical