When two LAPD detectives are sent to a remote Alaskan town to aid in the investigation of an horrific teen murder, they find themselves under the glare of the region's perpetual daylight. While closing in on the murderer, veteran officer Will Dormer's partner is killed, and the jaded cop is compromised by the calculated mind games of the primary suspect - a reclusive writer, Walter Finch (Robin Williams). Sleep-deprived and guilt ridden over his role in his partner's death, Dormer (Al Pacino) must outmaneuver a brilliantly idealistic local cop (Hilary Swank), a brilliantly twisted killer and the brilliance of the Midnight Sun.
Big-city mobsters and the Broadway stage collide hilariously in this side-splitting, all-star comedy that has audiences and critics rolling in the aisles! John Cusack stars as David Shayne, an idealistic young writer who'll do anything to get his first Broadway play off the ground - even if it means teaming up with the mob! Surrounded by a wacky cast of characters, including a gangster's ditzy girlfriend, a mob hit man, and a tipsy actress, Shayne's got to pull it all off before the curtain falls, and the bullets start to fly!
American truck driver Pat Quid (Stacey Keach), is making his way across Australia's outback for a delivery. He becomes convinced that the driver of a suspicious green van is a serial killer wanted by the cops. After sharing his theory with Pamela (Jamie Lee Curtis) a hitch-hiker he picks up, she decides to investigate the green van at a service station. But when Pamela disappears, Pat becomes the police's prime suspect.
New York, the middle of summer. A blonde ex-model is murdered in her bathtub and detectives Muldoon (Barry Fitzgerald) and Halloran (Don Taylor) assigned to the case. Their investigation will lead them through the entire city, from Park Avenue to the Lower East Side, culminating in a thrilling climax atop the Williamsburg Bridge.
A violent lab accident leaves drug manufacturer Timmy Choi hospitalised and in the custody of veteran Police Captain Zhang. Facing the death penalty, Choi agrees to turn informant, giving the Police vital information on his partners and their organisation in order to avoid execution.
In a bid to take down the powerful drug ring, Captain Zhang and his team are forced to infiltrate Choi's organisation. But when things spiral out of control, the lines between cop and criminal are blurred as they fight for their survival.
Zhang Zili wasn't always a badly paid security guard. He was once one of the best detectives on the police force. That is until injuries sustained during an investigation into a gruesome and unsolved murder case forced him into early retirement. That was five years ago and the killings have started again. Determined to track down the killer, Zhang is drawn towards a mysterious woman seemingly connected to each victim. But nothing is what it appears to be...
Jacques Deray's 1969 classic 'La Piscine' is set in a magnificent villa near a sun-drenched St. Tropez, where Jean-Paul (Alain Delon) and Marianne (Romy Schneider) are spending a happy, lazy summer holiday. Their only concern is to gratify their mutual passion - until the day when Marianne invites her former lover and his beautiful teenage daughter to spend a few days with them. From the first moment, a certain uneasiness and tension begin to develop between the four, which soon escalates in a dangerous love-game.
A chaotic fight for survival befalls a group of friends on the Appalachian trail in this iconic franchise reboot from the original creator Alan. B. McElroy. When a dream trip turns into a nightmare, one group of friends find themselves at the mercy of an urban legend - The Foundation. As a freak accident drives the group deeper into the mountains, they start fatally succumbing one by one to hunting traps large enough to take out anyone that dares venture off the beaten path. The group soon realises they are not alone and what happens next escalates into a gruesome game of survival, as those who call the mountain home respond to this outside threat with their own swift and brutal justice.
Combining a surreal and distinctive take on the classic vampire yarn with an allegory about US/Mexican relations, Cronos concerns elderly antique dealer Jesus Gris (Federico Luppi) who, with his eight-year-old granddaughter Aurora (Tamara Shanath), discovers an ancient artifact that once belonged to a 16th-century alchemist. Unbeknownst to Gris, the device - which resembles an ornate mechanical beetle - houses an immortal parasite that will grant eternal life to its host. The cost? An extreme aversion to daylight and an agonising thirst for human blood. Hot on the trail of the device is a dying millionaire (Claudio Brook) and his brutish nephew (Ron Perlman).
Nicolas Cage takes on a set of violent animatronic amusement park mascots in this action packed, nail-biting tale of terror that will take you on the ride of your life! Stranded in a remote town with a car that won't work and no way to pay the local repair shop, The Janitor (Nicolas Cage - Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse) agrees to spend the night in an abandoned theme park full of animatronic characters that were once a joy to the kids of the town, but now hold a dark secret. As night falls, these once happy mascots come to life and they're out for blood. Survive at any cost, it's only one night!
What if we are living in a simulation, and the world as we know it is not real? To tackle this mind-bending idea, acclaimed documentary filmmaker Rodney Ascher (Sundance selections Room 237, The Nightmare) uses a noted speech from Philip K. Dick to dive down the rabbit hole of science, philosophy, and conspiracy theory. Leaving no stone unturned in exploring the unprovable, the film uses contemporary cultural touchstones like 'The Matrix', interviews with real people shrouded in digital avatars, and a wide array of voices, expert and amateur alike. If simulation theory is not science fiction but fact, and life is a video game being played by some unknowable entity, then who are we, really?
Now two are left: Susy, recently blinded and still learning how to live in a sighted world, and Roat, a psychopathic killer. Roat wants a heroin-stuffed doll he thinks Susy has. All Susy wants is to survive. Dim the lights, check the door's chain lock, and brace yourself for a chiller as polished as the steel of Roat's blade.
What should have been a trip to remember, quickly turns to a living nightmare when five passengers oh a seaplane are stranded on a raft in the middle of the ocean. What follows is a desperate bid for survival as the group try to make it to land before they are taken by the man-eating sharks lurking just beneath the surface. In the vein of 47 Meters Down and The Shallows, GREAT WHITE plays with our primal fear of the deep and the terrifying predators lurking within.
Kristen Stewart stars in this electrifying sci-fi thriller as a mechanical engineer who must try to save her fellow crew members following the destruction of their mining rig seven miles beneath the ocean surface. Five thousand miles from land, their only hope for survival is to walk across the ocean floor to an abandoned vessel. But their already dangerous journey becomes even more treacherous as a mysterious new threat appears at the ocean's depths!
When New Orleans paramedics and long-time best friends Steve (Anthony Mackie) and Dennis (Jamie Dornan) are called to a series of bizarre and gruesome accidents, they chalk it up to a mysterious new drug found at the scene.