Megan Fox's best performance leads the violent thrill ride Till Death, which delivers raw suspense and gripping twists.
Blu-ray Thriller Reviews
Another direct-to-video thriller with Bruce Willis, Midnight in the Switchgrass is only worth seeing for star Megan Fox.
Duccio Tessari's engaging and well-acted giallo Puzzle is told with Hitchcockian flair.
The Night is a slow but emotionally satisfying and haunting thriller made almost entirely in Farsi.
Kindred is a boring, witless and mostly contrived "thriller" about a pregnant woman held against her will.
While Camino is capable in driving consistent tension around its journalist protagonist. it's hampered by indifferent, cliche stereotypes and crude political stands.
Survival in the African desert makes for a clever trapped-in-a-location thriller but Endangered Species is let down by meandering, pedestrian family drama.
Challenging Abel Ferrara Film Willem Dafoe teams up once more with director Abel Ferrara for Siberia, making surreal arthouse fare that paints a wildly provocative portrait of its protagonist. …
Fear features a marginally effective finale after an overlong setup that's designed to scare the MTV generation into abstinence.
Routine and predictable, The Marksman is an unremarkable drama punctuated by a few dry action scenes.
The Korean box-office winner Deliver Us from Evil produces bloody violence and crowd-pleasing action as two popular stars duke it out.
An actor-led murder procedural succeeds purely because of its cast, but The Little Things does explore the mental toll of detective work in an interesting way.