One of the best-reviewed films to hit the horror festival circuit over the past year, The Void stars Aaron Poole as a police officer named Carter who discovers a blood-soaked man limping down a deserted road and rushes him to a local hospital with a barebones, night shift staff. As cloaked, cult-like figures surround the building, the patients and staff inside start to turn ravenously insane. Trying to protect the survivors, Carter leads them into the depths of the hospital where they discover a gateway to immense evil.
Today is the Weeknd’s 27th birthday. To celebrate, he’s shared a new star-studded video for his Starboy track “Reminder.” It features appearances by Drake, Travis Scott, A$AP Rocky, YG, French Montana, and others. In it, the Weeknd and Rocky drive around in a convertible. He also hangs out in front of a jet with French Montana and more. There’s also plenty of fire, including a burning tree.
Ghost in the Shell was created by Masamune Shirow in 1989 as a manga or Japanese comic book, before being made into a cult Japanese anime movie six years later. The story is set midway through the 21st century and follows the exploits of a fictional counter-cyberterrorist organisation called Public Security Section 9, which is led by a character called Major Motoko Kusanagi, now hailed as a Japanese icon. Hollywood’s live-action remake is due for release on March 31.
While the launch date is still a few months away, the latest trailer of the biopic starring Demetrius Shipp, Jr. as Tupac and Jamal Woolard as the Notorious B.I.G. has launched this week and see Tupac and Biggie meet for the first time. That very meeting would set in motion a short-lived friendship and ultimately one of the most widely-publicized feuds in rap history.
Alice Racine (Rapace), a female CIA interrogator with a troubled childhood but now settled in present day London, is working as an undercover agent. Alice becomes unwittingly involved in a devastating biological attack on London after being tricked into divulging critical information to a terrorist. A deadly game of cat and mouse ensues with Alice unsure whom she can trust in a desperate fight for survival.
A strange sickness. Something lurking outside. Those are about the only plot details that can be gleaned from the mysterious first trailer for It Comes At Night, the new horror movie from writer-director Trey Edward Shults. Instead of information, the trailer provides heavy dollops of dread, beginning as it does with the slow creep of the camera down a long hallway to an ominous door, as the music hums with danger and the dialogue sets a desperate scene. Who needs story when you have atmosphere this suffocating?
Two strangers’ lives become inextricably bound together after a devastating plane crash. Inspired by actual events, AFTERMATH tells a story of guilt and revenge after an air traffic controller’s (Scoot McNairy) error causes the death of a construction foreman’s (Arnold Schwarzenegger) wife and daughter.
We last saw Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) almost six years ago in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, a fairly bloated, lifeless and forgettable sequel. At the time, though, audiences welcomed the return of Jack Sparrow. The sequel made over a billion dollars worldwide, making Depp’s last legit hit. Now, almost 14 years after first playing the character, the actor is back as the shifty pirate.
Headshot centres on a mysterious young man, who, after months in a coma from a gunshot wound to the head is nursed back to health by a young student-doctor, Ailin. Realising that the man has lost his memory and identity, the two quickly grow closer; not realising that behind their momentary peace lays danger.
Richard de Montreuil directs the project, which is set against the vibrant backdrop of East Los Angeles’ near-spiritual car culture. It follows the story of Danny, a talented young street artist caught between the lowrider world inhabited by his old-school father and ex-con brother and the adrenaline-fueled outlet that defines his self-expression.
Set in Australia, the film focuses on Ian and Samantha, who arrive at an isolated campsite to find an SUV and a tent but no sign of the occupants. As night falls and the campers fail to return, Ian and Sam grow increasingly uneasy. The discovery of a distressed child wandering in the woods unleashes a terrifying chain of events that will test them to breaking point.
The first instalment “Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons” was set several records at the Chinese box-office. The film was a critical and commercial success, garnering 94% from film review aggregator RottenTomatoes as well as grossing over $215 million worldwide. It’s no surprise that the fans are eagerly awaiting for this sequel.