The Coen Brothers are back in the Western genre to spin six tales of outlaws, drifters, prospectors and more in the anthology movie The Ballad of Buster Scurggs, hitting Netflix in November.
Summer 2018 closes out with a thriller based on true events, Operation Finale, and the sci-fi adventure/family drama Kin, which features an evil James Franco.
The excellent A Quiet Place is out this week on DVD and Blu-Ray along with new movies from James Franco and Nicolas Cage, some late TV season releases and more.
The Disaster Artist expands wide up against a new comedy featuring the team up of Morgan Freeman and Tommy Lee Jones, Just Getting Started.
The true story behind Tommy Wiseau’s wonderfully horrible opus, The Room, will be revealed this December as James and Dave Franco adapt Room co-star Greg Sestero’s book The Disaster Artist to the big screen.
James Franco is a bank manager who’s branch is hit by a crew of robbers and he tells them the real money is in the old vault in the basement but something else besides money is unleashed in the heist/horror mashup, The Vault.
James Franco directs and stars as Tommy Wiseau in this December’s adaptation of The Room co-star Greg Sestero’s book, The Disaster Artist, which details his bizarrely touching friendship with Wiseau and the insane behind the scenes of making The Room.
Alien: Covenant offers up a solid entry in the Alien franchise but doesn’t really follow through on any of the mythology or questions raised in Prometheus, especially in regard to the Engineers.
The crew of the Covenant are on the first long term colonization mission in human history but the planet they arrive on is full of old and new versions of the deadly Xenomorphs in the upcoming Alien: Covenant.
James Franco plays a creepy 19th century doctor obsessed with a new patient at the mental hospital he works at in the upcoming horror/thriller, The Institute.