Ars Nova's production of "Small Mouth Sounds" looks at six people who leave the noise of the city for a five-day wilderness retreat.
Rita Hayworth, clad in an eye-catching orange gown, burns up the screen in the torrid 1953 drama "Miss Sadie Thompson," now given a Blu-ray release in both 3D and conventional 2D formats by Twilight Time.
Elizabeth Swados's "Runaways" brings downtown grit to the New York City Center.
The hysterically funny Dina Martina continues her Provincetown run with July performances Wednesday through Sunday at The Crown and Anchor.
After an afternoon with flash-flood alerts throughout the area, New Yorkers were treated to a spectacular show in the sky.
This is family-friendly fare that might give you just a bit of an embarrassed blush to put on for kids, but it's spirited fun that carries a flavor of old-fashioned movie serials.
This zippy thriller sports all the accessories of the genre but then opens up into a larger, and deadlier, scheme.
Combining a horror story within a women-in-prison film ends with hilariously bad results in Shout Factory's latest retro Blu-ray.
Don't you just hate it when your Dad turns into a blood-thirsty and hairy werewolf?