A young father is charged for murder and must prove his innocence through recalling a very twisted and dark night of events involving a couple played by Nicolas Cage and Kadee Strickland in the upcoming thriller Grand Isle, which also co-stars Kelsey Grammar.
HBO is bringing one of the most recent Stephen King novels to TV next year with an adaptation of the horror/mystery thriller The Outsider starring Ben Mendelsohn, Jason Bateman, and Cynthia Erivo.
Framed for murder, Chinese lawyer Du Qiu is forced on the run and, in his attempt to clear his name, uncovers a massive conspiracy being run by his former employer, a massive pharmaceutical company.
For the last commentary of 2018, and to celebrate the holidays, Zach and Chris watched 1994’s The Santa Clause
When his ex-wife comes back into his life and asks him to murder her new, abusive husband, charter fisherman Baker Dill has to figure out what he’s going to do in next year’s thriller, Serenity, from Redemption and Locke director Steven Knight.
Coming to Netflix in May, Anon is the latest from director Andrew Niccol, director of Gattaca and In Time, where Clive Owen is a detective in a world where everyone has ocular implants that record everything at all times, eliminating the concepts of privacy and anonymity.
Documentary master Errol Morris is back and teamed with Netflix for a 6 part series that looks into the mysterious death of Army scientist Frank Olson, whose family believe the circumstances of his death are being covered up by the CIA.
On Friday the 13th, McG brings horror/comedy to Netflix with The Babysitter, where Cole (Judah Lewis) discovers that his hot babysitter Bee (Samara Weaving) and her popular friends are killing people in his house and looking to sacrifice him next.
Netflix is bringing another Stephen King story to streaming with an adaptation of King’s novella 1922, where Tom Jane stars as farmer Wilfred James, who murders his wife to keep her from selling their land but is then tormented by rats and other gruesome occurrences.
Bruce Willis takes up the vigilante role made famous by Charles Bronson for Eli Roth’s reboot of Death Wish that seems to be completely missing the point of, at least the first, Death Wish.