Amazon delivers a neo-noir thriller set in the exotic city of Hong Kong.
An auspicious, hallucinatory feature film debut about a family with a newborn child thrust into a threatening domestic situation from director Stephen Portland
A quirky and smart dark comedy in which a young woman is trapped in recurring loops of her own death until she finds a young man with the same problem.
This third entry in the ‘Cloverfield’ franchise is the weakest, but still an enjoyable, high production value sci-fi film
Mahershala Ali leads a strong cast that successfully restores the neo-noir vibe of Season 1 in the stunning double-episode premiere of the anthology series’ third season.
Tediousness aside, the film works on many levels and is a great experiment should Netflix continue with the gimmick of viewer interactivity with its streaming platform.
This camgirl thriller from Blumhouse is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat and provide plenty of thought-provoking scenes.
This film has an uninspired script based on the story of a real-life 80+ year-old drug mule that even this Hollywood legend’s best efforts cannot overcome.
A marvelously filmed and thrilling 1978 eco-horror from the land Down Under.
The second season of this sci-fi series loses its narrative at times but never its sense of intelligence and visual splendor.