After his girlfriend is murdered, Daniel Radcliffe is the prime suspect, especially when he starts growing demonic looking horns in the upcoming movie Horns, from director Alexandre Aja.
A group of coal miners are trapped by a cave in and, along with trying to find a way out, must deal with some sort of infection or virus that is slowly turning each of them into mindless killing machines.
Jack is back in the field officially with Kate in toe to find Karl Rask, an arms dealer with possible info on the location of Margot Al-Harazi.
Liam Neeson stars as ex-NYPD officer turned private investigator Matt Scudder, who is hired by a man to find out who murdered the man’s wife in the upcoming thriller, A Walk Among the Tombstones.
Viggo Mortensen and Kirsten Dunst are a couple vacationing in Greece when they meet a mysterious man offering to be their tour guide (Oscar Issac) in the upcoming thriller based on the Patrica Highsmith novel.
Karen Gillan and Brenton Thwaites are siblings investigating a possibly evil mirror in the latest horror movie from the Paranromal Activity and Insidious production factory.
A musical since 1979, Tim Burton took Sweeney Todd to bloody new levels in 2007 with Johnny Depp in the title role and Helena Bonham Carter as the human meat pie making Mrs. Lovett.
Nicolas Cage is back next year with Tokarev, where he’s a former criminal who gets his old crew back together for revenge when Cage’s daughter is murdered by the Russian mob.
To compete with The Hills Have Eyes remake, The Asylum unleashed the Hillside Cannibals on the unsuspecting public and created one of the most awful and upsetting movies ever.
Arguably the darkest and grimmest Jackie Chan movie ever made is on the way with Police Story 2013, a spiritual sequel to the classic Police Story movies Chan made in the 80’s.