While typical in its thriller format, Unhinged finds the means to stand out by involving modern social issues in a smart way.
Blu-ray Thriller Reviews
Haven's all-star cast and tragic, criminal story are let down by an overly ambitious screenplay.
While beginning strong, the Diabolique remake falls apart by its embarrassingly stock finale.
Insufferable people in an insufferable story, The In Crowd fails in even the tiniest ways when trying to pare down the sexual thriller to PG-13.
Kevin James takes on a brutal villain's role in Becky, a film willing to ask what happens when society forces kids to grow up too fast.
A forgettable entry in Sarah Michelle Gellar's career, Possession lands with a thud.
Bruce Willis cashes another paycheck in the forgettable, meandering Survive the Night.
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.