BLOODY HELL in coming out this weekend in select theaters and on VOD. For full list of locations, please visit https://bloodyhellfilm.com/theaters/.
This ill-conceived idea of a real life Chris Kringle disenchanted with the world, falling on hard times, getting subsidized by the military all the while having a disgruntled evil kid sending out a hitman after him actually is amusing at times and has Mel returning to his charming self which almost redeems the film.
I’m very ambivalent about Dave Franco’s faux thriller, The Rental, a good idea riddled with unlikeable characters leaving me with an ugly feeling reminiscent of better films, The Collector and Blood Simple.
"Sociopaths have been portrayed as a shady bunch up until now. Inspired by true events, this confrontational comedy explores the uncharted territory of the lighter side of a sociopath,” says Mazziotti.
SLEEPLESS BEAUTY tells a twisted story about a young woman, Mila, who is kidnapped by a mysterious organization known as Recreation.
Artisan/Lionsgate and Saban Films has a great deal of dark fun in store with We Summon the Darkness. An ’80s era flashy trashy comedy thriller that has quite a few surprises.
The Wolf of Snow Hollow is part off-beat comedy, horror, murder mystery, thriller and runs a close second to one of my favorites, An American Werewolf in London.
Here are five movies from the last twenty years that didn’t get the love they deserved in the theater. Now that you can’t go to the theater, give them some love at home.
In this villainous thriller, director Drew Walkup perfectly captures the eerie and chilling risks one takes when getting in a car with a stranger.
The film will be releasing in limited theaters on Friday, October 2, 2020 and will be available on major VOD/Digital platforms beginning Tuesday, October 6, 2020.