Tags : thriller

Sandra Bullock Set To Star In David Leitch’s ‘Bullet Train’

The actor is reportedly on her way to join David Leitch’s all-star cast for his upcoming assassin thriller.  Bullet Train already boasts major talent with an array of acclaimed actors such as Brad Pitt, Joey King, Lady Gaga, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Zazie Beetz, Michael Shannon, Logan Lerman, Masi Oka and Andrew Koji. […]Read More

‘The Little Things’ — A Painfully Outdated Bore: Review

The Little Things is written and directed by John Lee Hancock (The Founder). It follows Deacon (Denzel Washington) and Baxter (Rami Malek), two detectives investigating a series of murders of young women. As they get deeper into the case, Deacon gets pulled back into a world he had to leave under mysterious circumstances. The film’s […]Read More

TV Review: ‘Search Party’ Season 4 – The Moment of

Following a group of narcissistic Brooklyn hipsters who seem all too familiar to any liberal arts college grad, Search Party follows a similar sequence of events every season: someone goes missing and our four protagonists deal with it, either by searching for the missing person or covering up a disappearance they caused. Season four flips […]Read More

Trailer Released For M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Old’

Master of surprise endings M. Night Shyamalan is set to return to the big screen with upcoming thriller Old, starring Gael García Bernal, Vicky Krieps, Alex Wolff and Thomasin McKenzie. The teaser trailer made its debut during the Super Bowl telecast on Sunday night. It will also leave its mark as one of the first films […]Read More

‘Preparations To Be Together For An Unknown Period Of Time’

Director Lili Horvát’s new film is an unsettling exploration of love and obsession, carried by a mesmerising performance from Natasa Stork. Preparations to be Together for an Unknown Period of Time (whew, what a doozy of a title) centres on Márta (Stork), a Hungarian neurosurgeon living in the US who falls instantly in love with […]Read More

‘The Queen of Black Magic’ — A Thrilling And Gory

With charismatic leads, clever writing and enticing visuals, Kimo Stamboel’s latest film is a thrilling watch that delivers disturbingly unforgettable gore.   The Queen of Black Magic follows the story of a family that goes back to visit the orphanage where their father grew up after its owner falls ill. As the history of the […]Read More

‘Silent Night’ Is A Christmas Turkey Of A Crime Film:

Nothing says Christmas like a low-rent British gangster film. Whether it’s the lack of humour, gratuitous violence or miserable characters, Silent Night is full of festive spirit. Who needs It’s a Wonderful Life when you can watch a man deliver a box of body parts to a branch of Wimpy? Packed with tough blokes, shotguns […]Read More

Elisabeth Moss set to star in thriller ‘Mrs. March’

Not even a global pandemic can stop the cinematic powerhouse that is Blumhouse. After working with Elisabeth Moss on The Invisible Man, this time they’re even teaming up with her production company (Love and Squalor Pictures) to adapt Virginia Feito’s still unreleased novel for the big screen. Moss is set to take on the role […]Read More

Theatre Review: Random Acts of Malice // Theatre Group

Random Acts of Malice, written by Alan Fraser, and directed by his son, Lewis, was a warm and welcome break from Storm Ciara yesterday evening. As well as the weather performing as pathetic fallacy to the psychological thriller I was sitting down to watch, (and matching the storm taking place in Fraser’s script) the play […]Read More

Film News: “Parasite” Trailer Released

The phrase “fake it ‘til you make it” has never rung truer than for Bong Joon-ho’s macabre comedy thriller Parasite. After a tremendous run on the festival circuit, including becoming the first Korean film to win the illustrious Palme d’Or at Cannes, a wider cinema release has now been confirmed, along with an eerie new […]Read More

TV Review: Killing Eve

Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Killing Eve is one of the most bingeable and satisfying shows seen in recent years. While the cat-and-mouse premise may not sound original, the blend of action and dark comedy as well as the complex relationship between the two female leads makes for a refreshing change.Read More

Book Review: Acid Attack // Russell Findlay

Just before Christmas in 2015, a shocking attack took place in a suburban street somewhere in Glasgow. The journalist Russell Findlay was attacked by a hitman posing as a Royal Mail delivery man. The hitman, William ‘Basil’ Burns threw acid in the investigative reporter’s face and intended to stab him to death with a knife, […]Read More