Written and directed by Johannes Hartmann, Halbschlaf – “half-asleep” – plays on our implicit trust as viewers in what the film chooses to reveal, using an entertaining albeit predictable trick.
Steven Spielberg’s summer blockbuster Jaws gets the high-definition treatment – with 7.1 upmixed soundtrack – as part of Universal Studios’ 100th anniversary. You’re gonna need a bigger TV.
A corporate headhunter moonlights as a thief to fund his luxurious lifestyle. He hears of a very valuable painting and goes after it. Unfortunately, the owner is
Jaime Lannister a former mercenary.
Willem Dafoe plays a mercenary hired to hunt a rare, possibly extinct animal. His mission becomes more deadly when he becomes involved with the family of a man who was also hunting the animal.
John Cusack plays the role of Edgar Allan Poe, who is asked to help catch a serial killer who bases his murders on Poe’s stories in this fictionalized account of the writer’s last days.
In the creepy Case 39, Renee Zellweger stars as family services social worker Emily Jenkins, who thinks she’s seen it all until she meets her most mysterious case, 10-year old Lilith Sullivan.
If you ever get a phone call and the person on the other end of the line says to you “Get Out of There!” you pretty much know that death awaits you with big pointy teeth if you don’t comply.
This UK indie tells the tale of two criminals who kidnap a young woman named Alice Creed. But things don’t always work out as planned, and Alice turns the tables on her captors. Opens August 6.