Tag Archive: thriller


Bridge of Spies

Bridge of Spies: Tom Hanks and director Steven Spielberg are teaming on a Cold War thriller that now has a new title, Bridge of Spies. Set in 1962, the movie tells the true-life story of an American spy plane pilot who was shot down over Russia. As depicted in the first official photo above, Hanks plays a lawyer who… Continue reading Movie News: Spielberg/Hanks Spy Thriller Gets Title; Watch a Jolting 'Poltergeist' TV Spot

In just a few weeks Magnola Pictures will release [REC] 4: Apocalypse, the latest sequel in the fantastic Spanish zombie series first started by Paco Plaza and Jaume Balagueró back in 2007. What’s particularly cool about the [REC] sequels is that they have yet to just rehash what made the first movie so terrifying. 2 is more of an action movie, 3 is a… Continue reading '[REC] 4: Apocalypse' Director Jaume Balagueró Lines Up a Bank Robbery Thriller, Plus a New Horror Movie

Most crime movies milk their tension out of whether or not someone can pull off the perfect crime, or they involve some old pro roped back into the business for one last score, or even just a grizzled old guy out for justice. The Mule, starring Angus Sampson, Leigh Whannel, Hugo Weaving, Noni Hazlehurst and John Noble, isn’t about any of those things. Then… Continue reading Watch an Exclusive Clip from 'The Mule,' a Must-see Thriller About a Man Who Can't Poop

Bryan Singer and Patrick Stewart

X-Men: Days of Future Past: Back on June 20, director Bryan Singer noted via social media that he and writer Simon Kinberg had agreed that if X-Men: Days of Future Past made more than $ 700 million at the box office worldwide, they’d each get their first tattoes. The film has now passed that mark, and so Singer… Continue reading Movie News: Bryan Singer Shares 'X-Men' Tattoo; Watch Antonio Banderas in Superb Trailer for Sci-Fi Thriller 'Automata'









The Giver Moviefone Review“The Giver” is the latest dystopian thriller to follow an attractive teen who must fight against the totalitarian authority of misguided adults. And if that sounds like every other post-apocalyptic young adult film ever, keep in mind that at least “The Giver” came out a decade or two before such recent YA offerings as “The Hunger Games” and… Continue reading 'The Giver' Review: 10 Things You Need to Know About the Dystopian Thriller