Mark Dacascos stars as a former hit-man who is now using his skills to help his family survive a zombie apocalypse in the upcoming movie The Driver, arriving in November on Digital, VOD, and DVD.
Mads Mikkelsen plays a pilot who is one of two survivors of a crash in the Arctic and he must brave the freezing cold and dangerous landscape to try and get rescued in February’s survival thriller Arctic.
Bringing together legends of the horror genre, Showtime’s Masters of Horror kicked off it’s anthology series with Incident On and Off a Mountain Road, directed by Phantasm’s Don Coscarelli.
After her husband has a heart attack while they are trying to spice up their love life with some handcuffs in a remote cabin, Jessie Burlingame (Carla Gugino) is left with both arms trapped and no one around to help in Netflix’s adaptation of the Stephen King story Gerald’s Game.
Daniel Radcliffe plays a real life backpacker named Yossi Ghinsberg, who in the 80’s went to Bolivia with two friends and were left stranded in the jungle by a fraudulent guide and forced to survive and try to get home in the upcoming survival thriller Jungle.
Idris Elba and Kate Winslet are strangers who book a charter flight together when their flights home are cancelled but they crash land in a remote area of the Rocky Mountains and have to rely on each other to survive.
Trying to get out after a failed sniper mission, a Marine (played by Armie Hammer), stumbles into a minefield and gets trapped by one of the mines, forcing him to stay in one spot for 52 hours until a convoy is near enough to rescue him.
While surfing on a secluded beach, Nancy (Blake Lively) is attacked by a great white shark and left stranded a short distance from shore but the shark is stalking her, making even that short distance seem impossible to cross.
Leonardo DiCaprio plays Hugh Glass, a guide and hunter in the 1820’s who is attacked by a bear and left for dead by a treacherous comrade (Tom Hardy) and struggles to fight his way across the brutal landscape to reach civilization and get revenge.
Ridley Scott adapts the widely popular and incredibly fun novel The Martian for the big screen, but was he able to keep the science and humor intact?