Jug Face, a horror film about a pregnant teenager who fears she’ll be sacrificed by the citizenry of her rural community, is at 92 percent.
The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear, a documentary in which young people in post-Soviet Georgia discuss their lives while auditioning for a film, is at 80 percent.
Kid-Thing, a drama about the adventures of an under-supervised 11-year-old, is at 73 percent.
Off Label, a doc that examines the dark side of prescription drugs, is at 57 percent.
Blood, starring Paul Bettany and Stephen Graham in a drama about a pair of siblings who work as small-town British detectives and use unscrupulous means to incriminate a murder suspect, is at 55 percent.