A biologically implanted chip help’s a technophobe seek revenge after he suffers a tragedy in this mind-blowing popcorn sci-fi thriller.
HBO has given us a rather lame makeover of Ray Bradbury’s dystopian sci-fi classic that adds modern elements that fail to make much of a dramatic impact, and only confuse an already befuddled storyline.
A chilling dystopian horror/thriller starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski wherein a family is forced to live their life in silence as they hide out from mysterious creatures that hunt by sound.
Ten years in the making, this sequel does a good job keeping this franchise alive.
An ’80s retro cult comedy horror with far too many horror tropes and plot holes to overlook.
An often gory and occasionally successful live-action adaptation of the popular manga series.
Thomas Jane plays a 1920s farmer who hatches a plan for uxoricide in order to control his wife’s land in this thrilling Netflix adaptation of Stephen King’s story.
Jo Nesbø’s taut crime thriller receives a disappointing screen recreation and a superb cast cannot overcome a lackluster script and wayward direction.
A rude, lewd, and crude Netflix Original horror comedy film from director McG that is a wild and fun satire on a number of genres.
Netflix gives us a fantastic adaptation of Stephen KIng’s ‘Gerald’s Game’, the ultimate horror/thriller tonic the soccer mom porn of ‘Fifty Shades of Grey.’