M. Night Shyamalan’s newest film KNOCK AT THE CABIN is coming to theaters this weekend! Check out my review to see why this one’s a return to form for Shyamalan and a movie you definitely want to check out in theaters!
During a normal night hosting his late-night radio show, a caller reveals he has taken the host’s family and will kill them all unless he completes a series of demands.
A routine trip aboard a bullet train for five assassins becomes anything but, when they all learn their newest missions, all have something in common.
In a desolate region of inland California, ranch-owning siblings OJ (Kaluuya) and Emerald (Palmer) discover something extraordinary in the skies and set out to capture it on film.
A fading CIA intelligence officer broken down from her life in the field and left with little money at the expense of her vices, is given one last mission to recruit an asset connected to a Saudi Royal Family. An operation that will test her already fractured mental state.
Today we’re taking a look back at a solid river thriller from 1993 starring Bruce Willis called STRIKING DISTANCE from director Rowdy Herrington.
When Kath and Max show up to a remote cabin in the woods for a quiet getaway they arrive to find another mysterious young couple already there. With the cabin double booked the strangers make the best of the night, but when Max is missing the next morning Kath is obsessed with finding him.
A couple of wealthy Londoners try to cover up a tragic accident with a young man enroot to a lavish weekend party in the Moroccan desert. But when the father arrives seeking his son, the tension escalates as secrets are exposed and morals are tested.
When a drug dealer is sentenced to a 10-year stint in prison he is given the offer of a commuted sentence if he agrees to be transferred to a maximum-security prison to coerce a confession from a serial killer in an attempt to locate the bodies of several young girls.
Two inmates form a connection while grappling with their pasts in a state-of-the-art penitentiary run by a brilliant visionary who experiments on his subjects with mind-altering drugs. Based on The New Yorker short story, “Escape From Spiderhead,” by George Saunders.