Thriller

Darkness Falls Movie Review: Serial Killer Thriller Falls Short

After his wife's suicide, Detective Jeff Anderson becomes convinced that she has been murdered. Obsessed with his investigation, he finds out that his wife was the victim of a team of father-and-son s...

Dane DeHaan talks “The Stranger,” a new short-form thriller only on Quibi

An unassuming young rideshare driver is thrown into her worst nightmare when a mysterious Hollywood Hills passenger enters her car.

Review: Why Don’t You Just Die! – A High-Concept Thriller to Die For

Andrei, a detective and the world's most horrible father, brings together a terrible group of people in his apartment: his resentful actress daughter, an angry thug, and a cheated cop. Each one of the...

Review: The Postcard Killings – Return to Sender

Staci Layne Wilson reviews The Postcard Killings

Mothers of Monsters

Review: M.O.M.(Mothers of Monsters) – A Chillingly Realistic Thriller

Mark Krawczyk takes a look at M.O.M. (Mothers of Monsters), a new found footage thriller that explores the home life of a potential school shooter from the perspective of hidden cameras placed around ...

Review: ‘The Hunt’ Presents The Most Dangerous Deplorables

Aaron Neuwirth reviews The Hunt, a film pitting very distinct groups against each other, with a giant dose of dark humor to go along with all of the bloodshed.

7 Good

The Invisible Man Review: Elisabeth Moss Scares Up Her Best Performance Yet

Scott Menzel reviews The Invisible Man starring Elisabeth Moss.

Review: Come to Daddy is All About Blood Relatives

Staci Layne Wilson reviews Come to Daddy starring Elijah Wood.

Review: Terrific, Terrifying Universal Monster Revealed In ‘The Invisible Man’ Update

Aaron Neuwirth reviews the modern update of The Invisible Man from writer/director Leigh Whannell, starring Elisabeth Moss as a women taking on an unseen menace.

8 Great

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