Neue Clips zum hervorragenden Mystery-SciFi-Dings The Similars von Isaac Ezban (lief auf dem Fantasy Filmfest, Review hier) und dem Horrorfilm Trash Fire (lief ebenfalls auf dem FFF, hatte allerdings nur das letzte Drittel gesehen, daher kein Review, sah okay aus).
Dazu neue Trailer zu André „Troll Hunter“ Øvredals The Autopsy of Jame Doe, zwei Featurettes zu Black Mirror, zur Black-Mirror-artigen RomCom um die Voice-Actress einer K.I.-Stimme Operator Official, dem Nicolas Cage-Dings Army of One, dem HauntedHouse-Horror The Unspoken, zum morgen startenden Serien-Prequel Wolf Creek und nochmal ein japanischer Trailer zu Dr.Strange.
On the rainy night of October 2, 1968, eight characters waiting on a remote bus station for a bus heading to Mexico City start experiencing a strange phenomenon.
When the brutalized body of an unknown woman is discovered in a small Virginia town, dreadful and unexplainable events begin to torment the owners of the morgue charged with doing the autopsy of Jane Doe. Soon pathologist Tommy Tilden (Brian Cox) and his son, Austin (Emilie Hirsch) discover evidence of torture techniques from the days of witch hunting. When they become trapped in the morgue by a vicious storm, the father and son are left to fight through the vengeful horrors suddenly transmitted from Jane Doe’s body to theirs.
From André Øvredal, the director of the cult favorite TROLL HUNTER, comes a supernatural thriller which unearths ancient evils from the 17th Century that reawaken in the 21st century with deadly consequences.
An anxious programmer enlists the help of his empathetic wife when given the task to create the perfect call center program. However, their relationship spirals out of control when he begins replacing her with an ideal computerized replica.
Gary Faulkner (Cage) is an ex-con, unemployed handyman, and modern day Don Quixote who receives a vision from God (Brand) telling him to capture Osama Bin Laden. Armed with only a single sword purchased from a home-shopping network, Gary travels to Pakistan to complete his mission. While on his quest, Gary encounters old friends back home in Colorado, the new friends he makes in Pakistan, the enemies he makes at the CIA – and even God and Osama themselves. Wendi McLendon-Covey, Rainn Wilson, and Paul Scheer also star in this hilarious tale of patriotism and one man’s quest for justice.
Owen and his girlfriend become tangled in a web of lies, deceit and murder when he is finally forced to confront the past he has been running from his entire life.
An insecure office worker (Bryce Dallas Howard) lives in a world in which everyone obsessively ranks and rates every tiny social interaction. She thinks she finally may have found a way to rank alongside her friend (Alice Eve), who’s one of society’s elites.
A thrill-seeking globetrotter (Wyatt Russell) visits Britain, hooks up with a woman (Hannah John-Kamen) and tests the latest in video game technology – a device as mind-bendingly sophisticated as it is terrifying.
In 1997 the Anderson family vanished from their home without a trace. No bodies were ever found. For 17 years the house has remained undisturbed... until now.
19-year-old American tourist Eve Thorogood (Lucy Fry) seeks to avenge her family's murders at the hands of a psychopath (John Jarratt) in the Aussie Outback in a six-part television event coming to Pop October 14.
"Wolf Creek", Pop’s limited series event, is an intense psychological thriller premiering Friday, October 14, at 10/9c. It stars John Jarratt as killer Mick Taylor, wreaking havoc in the Australian Outback—except this time, things are different. The series turns an entire genre on its head when a 19-year-old American college student, played by rising star Lucy Fry, survives Taylor’s massacre of her family and sets out for revenge.