Guillermo Del Toro is back with a gothic, sci-fi, romance The Shape of Water, which stars Sally Hawkins as a mute cleaner at a secret government facility where she discovers and bonds with a humanoid aquatic creature, played by Doug Jones.
Kurt Russell leads a posse on the trail of a tribe of cannibals in the upcoming western, Bone Tomahawk.
One of the last movies featuring Phillip Seymour Hoffman, God’s Pocket follows him as he tries to look into if his son’s death on a construction site was an accident or not. Mad Men’s John Slattery directs.
The bar for “Die Hard in the White House” movies was set incredibly high by Olympus Has Fallen earlier this year and not only does White House Down not match it, it trips and face plants on it’s way to try and match it.
Tons of news this week including Disney going forward with Tron 3 and also signing an exclusive deal with Netflix, Rise of the Guardians most likely going to be a disaster for Dreamworks, tons of casting news including the new Harry Osborn.
Brad Pitt stars as a mob enforcer in Killing Them Softly, who is called in to investigate the theft of $100,000 from a mob poker game.
Getting put on the shelf for a couple of year due to the MGM bankruptcy, The Cabin in the Woods finally got released last weekend. Was it worth the wait or should it have stayed on the shelf?
Chris Hemsworth stars in this Joss Whedon produced/written horror movie that has been sitting on the shelf since the MGM bankruptcy but Lionsgate is releasing it in April of next year.
No horror movies to go into Halloween weekend with, instead there’s high concept action from In Time, drunk Johnny Depp and Shrek spin off Puss in Boots.
The versatile Richard Jenkins is able to give an Oscar worthy performance for The Visitor and then turn right around and give a hilariously pissed off performance in Step Brothers, among so many other roles.