Lone Survivor took the top spot at the box office this weekend in it’s first week of wide release while Legend of Hercules bombed and Her had a disappointing wide release, despite it’s almost unanimous praise.
January is usually a slow month but there’s a couple big movies expanding, like Her and Lone Survivor, and things like Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit coming out as well.
Dominic Cooper plays a prosecutor who is involved in a hit and run but another man (Samuel L Jackson) is accused of the crime. Cooper drops the case but realizes that Jackson was trying to murder the victim and is then framed for a second murder by Jackson in the upcoming thriller, Reasonable Doubt.
The directing collective Radio Silence from VHS is back for a full length found footage horror movie, Devil’s Due, where a young recently married couple is getting ready for their first child but things quickly get out of hand when it seems like the baby might be the Antichrist.
Zoe Bell is one of about a dozen women kidnapped and forced to fight to the death in a mysterious underground competition in Raze, coming in January next year.
Based on the international best seller, Will Ferrell and Adam McKay bring you the epic mini-series event, The Spoils of Babylon, coming in January to IFC.
The Paranormal Activity franchise takes a detour to California and follows Jesse, who seems to be on the verge of being possessed in a similar manner to Katie by demonic forces.
Frankenstein’s Monster aka Adam (played by Aaron Eckhart) is possibly the key to stopping a war that could destroy humanity in the upcoming I, Frankenstein.
Mark Wahlberg is part of the four man SEAL Team 10 in Lone Survivor, based on the true story of Operation Red Wings in Afghanistan.
Jeff Bridges is a powerful wizard who gets a new apprentice just in time for an ancient and evil witch to return in the upcoming fantasy movie, The Seventh Son.