An overgrown field and a stretch of highway connect a series of grisly murders spanning several decades as grieving families search for answers.
Director: Jessica Dimmock (Captive Audience, Flint Town) and Executive Producer Joe Berlinger comes the next chapter of CRIME SCENE.
Starring: Gabi Adickes, Hannah Bittick, Taye Cannon
Executive Producers: Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Joe Berlinger, Sara Bernstein, Justin Wilkes, Jon Kamen, Jon Doran, Jen Isaacson, Leslie Mattingly, Jessica Dimmock
Genres: TV Mini-Series, Crime, Drama, Documentary
Episodes: 3 X 50
“The Good Nurse” a dramatic take on true events that could give you chills if you are ever admitted into a hospital. The bureaucratic administrations had allowed, or ignored, many suspicious deaths over a number of years. All of these seemed to be tied to one particular male nurse. Definitely not the “Good” one! Read more
“Amsterdam” is written and directed by the celebrated filmmaker David O. Russell (Three Kings, American Hustle, Silver Linings Playbook). Going in with this in mind might set your expectations a little high. Lower them some to enjoy the film more.
You Better Watch Out. David Harbour is Santa Claus.
Directed by: Tommy Wirkola
Screenplay by: Pat Casey & Josh Miller
Starring: David Harbour, John Leguizamo, Cam Gigandet, Alex Hassell, Alexis Louder, Edi Patterson and Beverly D’Angelo
Run Time: 1h 41m
Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime
Producers: Kelly McCormick, David Leitch, Guy Danella
Executive Producers: Marc S. Fischer
In writer/director John Patton Ford’s debut feature, we meet Emily at a job interview. She’s innocently asked about her past, to which she gives up information on a DUI, affirming that there’s nothing else to offer.
“Goodnight Mommy” is the remake of the 2016 Austrian horror film of the same name. I say remake lightly. The original movie tackles what it’s like to go through a period of grief when you’re entirely alone. This film does the same thing, only here, and brilliantly when you think about it, you’re not quite sure what the hell is going on! Well, at first. It’s a tad slow. However, that’s what makes it so good… or is it confusing to its audience? That’s why I also use the word “brilliantly.” When you leave the theater, you can’t help but continue to think about this movie eating away at you.
“Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” from Netflix
Director: Rian Johnson
Writer: Rian Johnson
Cast: Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Jessica Henwick, Madelyn Cline with Kate Hudson and Dave Bautista
Run Time: 2h 19m
Genres: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Producers: Ram Bergman, Rian Johnson
Executive Producer: Tom Karnowski
COMING FROM PRIME VIDEO:
Directed by: Matt Sobel
Written by: Kyle Warren
Starring: Naomi Watts, Cameron Crovetti, Nicholas Crovetti, Peter Hermann
Runtime: 91 minutes
Genres: Crime, Drama, Horror
Produced by: V.J. Guibal, p.g.a., Nicolas Brigaud-Robert, p.g.a., Joshua Astrachan, p.g.a., David Kaplan
Executive produced by: Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala, Naomi Watts, Kyle Warren, Matt Sobel, Derrick Tseng, Sébastien Beffa, François Yon
This is an incredibly multilayered story. If suspense in your movies is what you like, this movie is for you. The reason to see “Resurrection” is the fact that it’s an IFC thriller. The reason to keep watching once you’ve started is the brilliant casting of Rebecca Hall and Tim Roth, who shows how accomplished they’ve become.