Dane DeHaan plays an ambitious exec assigned to pick up his company’s CEO at a wellness center hidden in the Swiss Alps. Naturally, the seemingly idyllic facility turns out to be all kinds of screwed up. From Director Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Caribbean, The Ring)
Aaron Paul, Helen Mirren and Alan Rickman star in this thriller about the difficult moral decisions involved in using unmanned aerial vehicles in military operations, from to tiny insects for espionage, to drones that can drop bombs and fire missiles.
Three roommates stumble upon a strange machine that prints pictures showing what their living room will look like 24 hours in advance. They abuse the machine’s powers, clearly ignoring Spider-Man’s rule.
A recent medical school grad takes a position at a mental institution and gets himself into a creepy jam in Brad Anderson’s Edgar Allen Poe-inspired Stonehearst Asylum; with Kate Beckinsale, Jim Sturgess, Michael Caine and Ben Kingsley.
Steve Carell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo star in a thriller based on the tragic events involving American amateur wrestlers Dave and Mark Schultz and their sponsor John du Pont. Directed by Bennett Miller (Moneyball, Capote).
Samuel L. Jackson stars in this intriguing thriller. A lawyer commits a hit-and-run. The victim’s death is pinned on someone else. Out of guilt, the lawyer defends the suspect in court. Then things get weird. Sadly the trailer spoils too much of it.
“I am the new world. And you are part of the old.” A scientist of the UK’s Ministry of Defence creates a highly intelligent android. Will it – she? – save us or doom us all? A sci-fi thriller in the vein of Blade Runner, RoboCop and Frankenstein.
An intriguing thriller about a man (played by District 9 and Elysium’s Sharlto Copley) who wakes up in a mass grave with no recollection of who he is and how he got there. He soon meets a group of people in the same predicament.
(NSFW: Language) Sean Blanchard’s film-noirish six-minute psychological drama was written, shot, and edited in just one weekend; it took first prize at Bowling Green State University’s 48 Hour Film Fest.
Liam Hemsworth stars as an entry-level employee at a powerful corporation who must spy on his boss’s old mentor to score some job security in Robert Luketic’s Paranoia.
Imagine a world with 1% unemployment, and virtually no crime. Of course, this setup wouldn’t make for a very entertaining movie – if not for the fact that one night a year you can commit any crime you want.
Sandra Bullock and George Clooney are astronauts drifting alone in space, attempting to return to Earth after their space shuttle is destroyed in Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity.
The Grudge’s Takashi Shimizu gives us 7500, a creepy film that centers around passengers aboard a flight across the Pacific Ocean who encounter a supernatural force; it looks like iPads are to blame.
A group of high school students unwittingly unlock a dark secret while digging into their town’s sordid past, and unleash a relentless evil spirit hellbent on detroying them in Michael A. Nickles’ Playback.
Ben Wheatley’s Kill List tells the tale of an ex-soldier turned contract killer whose new assignment spins him out of control and pushes him to the edge of paranoia and darkness.
Richard Gere stars as a retired CIA operative paired with a FBI agent to unravel the mystery of a senator’s murder, with all signs pointing to a Soviet assassin, in Michael Brandt’s The Double.
Antonio Banderas plays a brilliant plastic surgeon who creates a synthetic skin that withstands any kind of damage and uses a volatile woman as his guinea pig in Pedro AlmodÃ³var’s The Skin I Live In.