Betrayed and left for dead, former IRA member and boxer Martin Tillman goes on a vengeance fueled rampage against the criminal bosses that run 1959 Indochina.
The final time Daniel Day-Lewis will appear on-screen, according to the man himself following the announcement of his retirement earlier this year, he re-teams with Paul Thomas Anderson for the dram Phantom Thread, set in the world of 1950s London high fashion.
George Clooney is back behind the camera with a script by The Coen Brothers for the 1950’s set Suburbicon, where things get increasingly out of control in a peaceful suburb neighborhood.
The star of a massive 50’s epic is kidnapped and fixer Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) has to track him down in the latest star studded caper from The Coen Brothers, Hail, Caesar!.
Based on the true story of the “most daring rescue in Coast Guard history”, Chris Pine leads a rescue mission during a brutal 1952 nor’easter to rescue the men of the shipwrecked tanker SS Pendelton in next year’s The Finest Hours.
Gary Oldman and Tom Hardy are on the trail of a serial killer in the Soviet Union in the 1950’s set Child 44.
Viggo Mortensen is a school teacher in 1950’s Algeria who is forced to bring a dissident to a local police station but he and his prisoner are soon caught in the middle of the civil war between the French and Algerians.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest epic drama is a thinly veiled commentary on Scientology with Phillip Seymour Hoffman as an author who starts a cult like movement that starts drawing in many followers, one of them being mysterious drifter Joaquin Phoenix.
The Sliders return this week with an episode that finds Quinn stuck on the astral plane after lightning strikes the vortex and a girl named Gillian is the only one who can see or hear him.