Bruce Willis cashes another paycheck in the forgettable, meandering Survive the Night.
Blu-ray Thriller Reviews
Tom Berenger plays a gritty veteran fighting off deadly criminals in the slow-burn thriller Blood and Money, set in Maine's cold landscapes.
Taut and embellished by a strong lead performance from Jeffrey Dean Morgan, The Postcard Killings delivers gripping suspense in a clever screenplay.
Eye See You throws away a great cast and idea by reducing police trauma to a derivative, familiar horror/slasher movie.
Pure in its '80s allure, Fatal Attraction uses New York's seedy backdrop for a moral tale of secrets, lust, and revenge.
A masterpiece of screen romance and intellectual satire, Hitchcock's To Catch a Thief is a marvelous example of screen foreplay.
Stock noir themes flood into No Mercy, a dull '80s cop flick with uncomfortable aggression from star Richard Gere.
Bruce Willis barely matters in Trauma Center, letting Nicky Whelan take over the key role in this routine if marginally satisfying thriller.
A thrillingly mysterious and romantic journey for a cab ride stuck in a time loop. The Fare is smart indie filmmaking with two great leads and fresh premise.
A fun trip through the world of high stakes gambling con men, Shade finds enough tension between bouts of early '00s filmmaking.
A decent Australian thriller starring Stacy Keach and Jamie Lee Curtis, Road Games relies more on twists and suspense than lurid action.
2019’s Worst Thriller? The year’s most bland and devastatingly banal “thriller” comes courtesy of Robert Shaye, producer of the horror classic A Nightmare On Elm Street. Going behind the …