Branded To Kill is a delirious masterpiece of surrealistic Japanese filmmaking.
We need Jack Ryan because 9/11 happened.
Truly, the hairpiece is the most original thing about Rage.
Sabotage is utter nonsense which may be the kindest thing to say of it.
Director Jeremy Saulnier has put together an excellent little movie full of surprises.
While not as taut as some other flying thrillers, Non-Stop is better constructed.
The Pit and the Pendulum has stood the test of time as an enduring masterpiece of terror.
This type of film has been done before and better, so it is more of a rental than anything else.
Aside from a ludicrous climax, the murder mystery builds a convincing air of tension
Both Easy Money and this sequel pull from Jens Lapidus' novels with a somewhat unexciting push into Sweden's illicit drug trade.
Jeremy Lovering’s directorial debut is a sharp UK thriller with a genuinely surprising ending. In Fear is the tale of a young couple lost in the remote Irish countryside, and then being terrorized over the course o...
The film is “inspired” by true events, sidelined by heavy embellishments to fit into a pre-established mold.