It was a humid day in Melbourne and I was glad to get inside the cinema to watch the premiere of The Snowman, hoping the air-conditioning would be as freezing as the evocative visuals of director Tomas Alfredson. Particularly those stark, stunning shots of the wintery Norwegian snow-covered hills around Oslo and Bergen, as advertised in the film’s trailer.
Tag: Thriller Films
Your plane goes hurdling towards the ground, you face an almost certain death – if not by the impact itself, but by being stuck in the wilderness with no supplies. So what do you do? You fall in love.
The Bad Batch is candy for your ears and eyeballs, but contains little nutrition regarding storyline. But maybe that’s all you’re looking for in a movie?
Happy Death Day follows Tree (Jessica Rothe), a college student that’s forced to relive her death over and over again, groundhog-day style.
Keanu Reeves plays a scientist that becomes obsessed in bringing his family back to life after a fatal accident, through the method of cloning, in Replicas.
Grillo plays a getaway driver that’s been double-crossed after a bank robbery, as he has to fight to find out who betrayed him in order to protect his family, in Wheelman.
Gerald’s Game is a little surprise package of a film that really packs a punch, and continues to throw jabs left and right until the wince inducing finale.
The hit cult horror film Creep (2014) is getting a sequel, and the first trailer for it has just dropped, seeing Mark Duplass return in the lead role.
Thomas Jane stars in the movie adaptation of Stephen King’s short story 1922, due for release as a Netflix Original film in late October 2017.
Liam Neeson is back at it again in the latest thriller from director Jaume Collet-Serra’s (The Shallows, Non-Stop), The Commuter.
Blake Lively and Jason Clarke star in the upcoming drama/thriller All I See is You, a film that may have you wondering if you’re better off being blind.
Jennifer Lawrence reunites with her Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence in the upcoming thriller based on the novel of the same name, Red Sparrow.
In what seems like an attempt to start up another Jason Bourne type franchise, American Assassin falls short due to a lacklustre screenplay and a somewhat bland lead performance, but there is still some fun to be had here.
2017 must be the year of Stephen King, with multiple film and TV adaptations of his work released, the latest – the psychological-horror Gerald’s Game.