Articles Tagged “Thriller”

  • The Accountant on DVD

    Director Gavin O’Connor’s action crime thriller The Accountant is now available on DVD. CPA Christian Wolff (Ben Affleck) is hired by a robotics company to find a multi-million dollar discrepancy in their books. Upon arriving at the company he is introduced to Dana (Anna Kendrick) who has been tasked with assisting Christian. With high functioning autism […]

  • Train to Busan on VOD

    The critically acclaimed South Korean zombie film, Train to Busan, is now available on VOD (iTunes offers optional English subtitles). When one person recommends a film it is worth adding it to your wish list to eventually watch one day. However, when everyone and their dog are recommending a film you had better stop what […]

  • Sins of our Youth with Mitchel Musso

    Mitchel Musso began acting when he was only eight, and is best known for his work in Disney shows and films. However, audiences will be surprised to see a different side of Mitchel in his new film Sins of our Youth. We caught up with Mitchel to discuss the film, and the transition that he […]

  • Edge of Winter – Review

    Writer/Director Rob Connolly’s feature directorial debut Edge of Winter is a thrilling view into human nature when tested by extreme situations. Joel Kinnaman (Suicide Squad) plays Elliot Baker a down on his luck man whose only joy in life is his two estranged sons. When Elliot’s ex-wife drops the boys off for a rare visit […]

  • The Hunted – Review

    Josh Stewart in his writing and directorial debut The Hunted comes out swinging. Hard. (And, yes that boxing pun is intentional). He throws you deep into the woods and then turns off the flashlight. Fear comes at you from all directions. There is no place to hide. I grew up in the South and spent […]

  • HBO New Series – True Detective

    True Detective is the new HBO crime drama series starring Matthew McConaughey (as Detective Rust Cohle) and Woody Harrelson (as Detective Martin Hart). The story follows the Louisiana detectives who spend nearly two decades in search of a vicious killer. Like clashing magnets the polar opposites are forced to partner while investigating a murder unlike […]

  • Bigfoot and Beer with Holt Boggs

    Holt Boggs had quite the year since we spoke to him last summer. He battled ghosts and creatures, braved caves and a post-apocalyptic world, entrusted his life to a furry co-star with deadly sharp teeth, and traipsed through the woods hunting Bigfoot (or was Bigfoot hunting him?). We caught up with Holt who is currently on location […]

  • Devil’s Pass – Review

    Devil’s Pass is inspired by the true events of the 1959 Dyatlov Pass Incident where nine experienced hikers were found dead under mysterious circumstances in the Ural mountains of Russia. At some point in the night, in below zero temperatures, with snow falling all around them it is reported that the hikers cut open their […]

  • Paranoia : Review

    Paranoia is loosely based on the novel by Joseph Finder. After reading the novel I wondered which direction Robert Luketic would take with his interpretation. The direction was very thrilling and on the edge exciting with twist and turns to the plot. In today’s world everyone is connected with phones, tablets and other gadgets and it […]

  • 6 Souls – Review

    6 Souls is a chilling supernatural thriller that takes a hold of you and refuses to let go. Julianne Moore stars as forensic psychiatrist, Dr. Cara Harding, who is self described as “a doctor of science, but a woman of God”. When her father Dr. Harding (Jeffrey DeMunn) requests her assistance with a new patient, […]