After rescuing the President of the United States of America from a hostage situation in action blockbuster Olympus Has Fallen (2013), then saving him again from terrorists in London Has Fallen (2016), Secret Service agent Mike Banning is back a third time in Angel Has Fallen to uncover a conspiracy that could bring about his downfall.
Author: Tobias Handke
Freelance writer with a passion for film.
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The Shield’s Michael Chiklis joins forces with Die Hard’s Bruce Willis in the new crime-thriller, 10 Minutes Gone.
American writer and director Ari Aster announced himself last year with the release of Hereditary. An absorbing, yet unsettling horror in the vein of 70s classics The Exorcist (1973) and Don’t Look Now (1973), his debut was a critical and commercial hit and one of the best films of 2018. A year on and Aster delivers his much-anticipated follow-up, the folk horror, Midsommar.
The latest horror-comedy from director Patrick Brice stars Demi Moore as a delusional CEO whose new start-up is struggling to survive.
Last week we brought you the trailer for the Nicolas Cage revenge thriller A Score to Settle and this week, we have another Cage classic sure to find its way straight to DVD soon after its cinematic release.
As someone who thinks Eli Roth is overrated, I’m always sceptical whenever I see his name attached to a new project.
The latest from Nic Cage sees the eccentric actor as an ex-enforcer wrongfully imprisoned for 22 years, who finally gets cut loose and looks for revenge against those who put him there.
When Stephen King, Guillermo del Toro and Neil Gaiman heap praise on a film, it automatically becomes a must-watch, and such is the case with Tigers Are Not Afraid.
A film set in a world where all the women on earth have died is eyebrow-raising, to say the least, but when you discover the film was written and directed by Casey Affleck, things get even murkier.
When he’s not screaming “I did it for the nookie” to thousands of fans on stage, Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst spends his time making movies – terrible movies I might add.
A shock-jock must stay on the air while being harassed by intruders during his radio show in the new horror-thriller, Feedback.
The new Blumhouse’ thriller The Hunt is a cross between Surviving the Game (1994) and Hard Target (1993); films that feature human game hunting as a key plot point.
Now that Game Of Thrones is officially over, the actors on the show are free to pursue other projects, with Jon Snow himself, Kit Harington, trading the fantasy world for reality in The Death & Life of John F. Donovan.
The B-grade-looking horror movie Crawl is produced by Sam Raimi and directed by Alexandre Aja (whose still yet to better 2003’s High Tension).