It has an A-list cast including Glenn Close and Gemma Arterton, and brings a clever new angle to the well-trodden zombie genre. Their mutual and combined strengths are tested when they encounter a terrifying creature that strands them in the middle of nowhere on the darkest night ever; equal parts tender and brutal, the sparse, effective tale gains its power and its scare factor from its engagement with its characters. So pop some popcorn, turn off the lights and make sure there's nothing hiding in your house. Ephraim Goodweather, the head of the Center for Disease Control Canary Team in New York City. Any human whose name is written in the notebook dies, and now Light has vowed to use the power of the Death Note to rid the world of evil. This was also the case with movies on Netflix, early in it's streaming service.
Starring Naya Rivera, Ashley Rickards and Catalina Sandino Moreno. . I Saw the Devil has attracted quite a cult following since its release in 2010. The shogunate has outlawed Christianity, and the priests must seek out rare, hidden enclaves of Japanese Christians while evading samurai enforcers and witnessing atrocities committed against the Christian villagers. Lecter -- his seldom-used voice still haunts her dreams. The best chance to catch the killer? Its success is largely due to its relentless fight scenes and the magnetism of Won Bin as the ex-secret agent whose backstory is slowly revealed as he plunges deeper into his rescue mission. Melancholia 2011 At once a family melodrama, an apocalypse movie, a fantasy epic, and a symbolic meditation on mental illness, Lars von Trier's Melancholia features a first act that focuses on Justine played by Kirsten Dunst , a severely depressed bride-to-be struggling to make it through her nuptials, while part two shifts the focus to her sister Claire Charlotte Gainsbourg , as both she and Justine react very differently to the discovery that a rogue planet is on a direct collision course with Earth.
Pacino starred as a world-weary detective sent to assist local cop Hilary Swank in a serial killer hunt, Williams as the killer, and the small town of Nightmute, Alaska, as a low-key supporting player, an almost otherworldly setting whose perpetual daylight becomes as antagonistic as the movie's villain. The horror grows to a blood-curdling climax as the two new visitors learn the horrifying secret behind the prospering corn fields. That relentlessly serious tone has rendered the film a bit campy at times, though if anything that adds to the charm and just makes it an even more enjoyable enterprise overall. Paul Dano found his milkshake drunk up. Set in a post-apocalyptic, crime-addled Neo-Tokyo in 2019, Shōtarō Kaneda and his biker gang become entangled in a deep-state conspiracy and an outside resistance movement when one of the gang's members develops uncontrollable psychic powers after a horrible bike crash. She and Sabrina, a fellow abductee, both soon realize that they are in a modern day coliseum where, along with 48 other women, they are condemned to kill each other in order to protect their very own loved ones. Now widely considered one of our most prominent method actors, Bale spoke in an American accent throughout filming.
En route to the city of Medellin, a car accident leaves them stranded in a rundown isolated inn. Based on the best-selling comic book series. Luckily, the perfect cast keeps Everybody Wants Some!! Scorsese asks the Big Questions, making for one of the most challenging films of his career. And unlike the torture films that were so popular in the U. A teenager's death curse plunges her into an unholy occult nightmare.
But all that changes when he finds the Death Note, a notebook dropped by a rogue Shinigami death god. Paul Reubens, aka Pee Wee plays a trick or treater loyal to the Boogie Man. The practical effects still dazzle and the phantasmagorically gory violence still shocks today. On New Year's Eve, a struggling married couple strikes a pedestrian with their car. The creation of the Night Class was an effort formed to end the long history of conflict by promoting a peaceful coexistence between human beings and vampires. Made on a shoestring budget by Eduardo Sánchez and Daniel Myrick, The Blair Witch Project follows three student filmmakers into some spooky woods, where they're planning to make a documentary about some of the strange and horrifying occurrences that have taken place in the woods' history. Their trek through the mountains, retracing the steps of that ill-fated journey, is plagued by strange and increasingly terrifying phenomena, all of which suggest that they are not alone.
Just as Whedon and executive producer David Greenwalt brought the monsters of adolescence to life with Buffy, this one-hour series explores the twists and turns of early adulthood with the same irony and wit. Tarantulas, torture racks, and tombstones have never been so much fun! What keeps the film fresh is its emphasis on character development and on the rapidly evolving bond between a previously distant father and his disillusioned daughter. Winter's Bone 2010 Jennifer Lawrence is better known at this stage for her work in the Hunger Games and X-Men flicks, but she first burst onto the scene in this Sundance debut from Debra Granik. What follows -- R-rated violence, trippy hallucinations, and interdimensional passage, with humor peppered in -- is a heady whirlwind that drops you off miles from where you started. Maybe one day, Hulu will have as many good movies to watch on Netflix but until then we'll have to stick with lists like this.
There was some black humor in the original, but it was hard for most audiences to notice it when they were, you know, having the living daylights scared out of them. They opt to do the right thing and call the police. Starring Peter Horton and Linda Hamilton, Children of the Corn tells the story of a young couple trapped in a remote town run by a dangerous cult of murderous children who believe adults must die. Seth, Polly, the con, and his girlfriend run over a strange creature. The sheer brutality of the West is on full display here, sure, but Wayne imparts it with a sense of humanity not often seen in cinema. While in the Argentina capital on a day the whole population is waiting to view a rare solar eclipse she must also find a new tenant for her family's decrepit apartment. So the gang goes about doing so and in the process they discover more than just one tape.
Though it's more funny than scary, Tucker and Dale Vs. Ghost in the Shell is surprisingly contemplative, where personal identity and technological augmentation flower between the idiosyncratic action, with an ending that's just as gutting or even more so as any live-action downer. It's a simple story of a bullied young boy and an old vampire trapped in a teenager's body -- but it manages to branch off in a variety of unexpected directions. The movie has an almost black and white appearance until the bright red blood starts pouring by the bucket load. Romero legendary creator of the Night of the Living Dead franchise picks up where Diary of the Dead leaves off - in a nightmarish world where humans are the minority and the zombies rule.