Matt Reeves’ The Batman has received a new trailer and it features the most ruthless Batman depicted on the big screen.
Jake Gyllenhaal takes front and centre stage in the new Netflix thriller The Guilty from acclaimed director Antoine Fuqua.
Like A Dirty French Novel intertwines the stories of two estranged brothers, a sex-phone operator and a cosplayer, set to the backdrop of the current Covid pandemic.
Beckett starts quickly with thrills and a pulsing score, but as the mystery begins to unravel, it ends up being yet another thriller that copies Hitchcock’s North by Northwest (1959).
Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays a one-woman wrecking machine seeking revenge on the Yakuza in the stylish action film Kate for Netflix.
Directed by Ridley Scott, House of Gucci follows the story of the luxury fashion label and the undoing of the family behind it.
Zola stars Taylour Paige and Riley Keough and is based on a wild true story about two strippers on a seedy road trip to Florida.
John David Washington finds himself caught in the middle of a political conspiracy in the international thriller film, Beckett.
The Sopranos changed television history forever, and now the prequel film, The Many Saints of Newark, looks to explore the series’ leading man’s history.
Don Cheadle leads a fantastic ensemble cast in Steven Soderbergh’s latest crime film, No Sudden Move.
Disney continues their live-action adaptations, this time for the better, with a prequel about the famous villainess from 101 Dalmatians (1961), Cruella.
The year of Zack Snyder continues with another action-packed attempt at an undead apocalypse flick, Army of the Dead. A movie with as many problems as it has slow-motion zombie super-soldiers.
If you thought that a tremendous all-star cast, a talented director in Joe Wright and engaging source material would make The Woman in the Window an exciting film, you thought wrong. After multiple delays, test screenings, and some reshoots, Netflix’s new thriller fails to deliver any amusement.
The Stillwater trailer sees Matt Damon play a father desperate to clear his daughter’s name and have her freed from a French prison.