Tribeca have released their lineup for this year's festival. The lineup, as ever, is excellent
In horror films when families move into a new house or a new town, they always seem to stumble upon a terror of sorts. The Parish is no different in this regard, however, its execution establishes an air on mystique and uncertainty.
A serious film about drugs, Crisis is a spectacle of intensity and moral values told through three storylines led individually by its three stars: Gary Oldman, Armie Hammer, and Evangeline Lilly.
From Lionsgate UK, Hellraiser: Revelations - the ninth of the series - sees itself with disc and digital releases for the first time in the UK, ten years after its initial release.
A difficult, yet intriguing film. White Lie poses a concept which is horrific, one which transcends a heist of people's good will into an unbearable and nervy thriller.
Here, we have a story with nuances of jealousy, regret and a midlife crisis, all during the week of a wedding. Alicia Silverstone - with her best performance in 25 years - is Audrey, the sister of the groom in the appropriately titled, Sister of the Groom.
When a skydive goes hilariously wrong, Jessie (Maggie Grace) - a wedding planner - crash-lands a wedding by the lake, resulting in her being dubbed as the "Wedding Trasher" after a video of the incident goes viral.
Set during one night in Green Bay, Wisconsin, a man dressed as a clown randomly appears now and again much to the admiration and dismay of fans, a vigilante, news reporters, and the police.
Liam Neeson returns to the big screen with his latest action vehicle - Honest Thief - which, honestly, is great fun.
Intercutting its opening titles with the loading of a gun, A Clear Shot immediately hooks you in with its projected intensity.
Opening in a palette of creepy-cool midnight blue, Ashley-Kae (Erika Edwards) retells her nighttime childhood entailing her fear of the terrifying Sister Monday (Felissa Rose) hidden under the bed, in her closet, and in her head.
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