Richard (Thomas Jane), Ron (Jeremy Piven), Jonathan (Rob Lowe), and Tim (Christian McKay) are friends from college who gather each year for a hardcore weekend of partying. As the weekend progresses, fueled by sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, their reunion drives them to an unexpected place where each is forced to confront himself and the choices he's made in his life.
A darkly funny and twisted journey taking place entirely on one unforgettable Christmas Eve, Body revolves around a trio of college co-eds whose dalliance with breaking-and-entering goes horribly awry. Sneaking off to a secluded mansion to party, the young girls are faced with dire choices after they unexpectedly encounter the property's groundskeeper. Following a freak accident, the girls find themselves entangled in a Hitchcockian nightmare steeped in tension, suspicion, double-crossing, and murder, where no one is to be trusted and a new twist lies around every corner.
A group of friends take a lavish weekend getaway to an island where a mysterious club owner (Pierce Brosnan) introduces them to URGE, a new designer drug that allows them to live out their wildest fantasies. But what starts out as a fun night of partying, soon takes a sinister turn when their primal impulses become uncontrollable.
Nathan (Ryan Donowho), an anthropology student, invites a few of his classmates and their professor (Stephen Dorff) to his family's abandoned ranch—once a sacred Chumash burial ground—to recreate an ancient ceremony. There they meet Nathan's psychotic older brother Benny (Wes Bentley) and drug fueled Delgado (Christian Slater). The students then embark on a rite of passage that no one will ever forget.
Depicting corruption as unavoidable as the desert heat, Transpecos is a tense thriller that puts the audience in the shoes of three border patrol agents who man a check point on a remote highway. Rookie Davis (Johnny Simmons) and seasoned Flores (Gabriel Luna) work with the callous, world-weary Hobbs (Clifton Collins Jr) to round out the trio. On what feels like another routine stop, the contents of one car will throw their lives out of control. As dark secrets are revealed, each passing hour will bring them closer to a nightmarish conclusion that could cost them their lives, in a world where the line between right and wrong shifts like the desert itself.
In this Neo-Noir Thriller, filmmaker Danny Hart boards a train leading to a chance encounter with a mysterious young woman. Later, Hart tells his strange story to police detective, trying to discover whether Hart is the victim or the suspect.
Something stirs in the dark surrounding the quiet town of Maiden Woods. Sheriff Paul Shields (Kevin Durand) and his deputy (Lukas Haas), must face down a new breed of raw terror that is possibly older than humanity itself, and much hungrier.
Steve Talley and Academy Award nominee Eric Roberts star in Deadline, the story of the murder of an African American youth in rural Alabama that has gone uninvestigated, unsolved and unpunished for almost twenty years. But that changes when Nashville Times reporter Matt Harper meets an idealistic young blueblood bent on discovering the truth. Harper undertakes the investigation despite the opposition of his publisher, violent threats from mysterious forces, a break-up with his fiancée and his father's cancer diagnosis. Deadline is a story of murder, family, race, and of redemption — for a small Southern town and for Matt Harper.
Pretty Diana snuggles up to married golf pro Jerry Marshall and suggests they play a more intimate game. Quick as you can say videotape, Diana has blackmail evidence and a chilling demand: I'll kill your golf rival and you kill my psychiatrist. Carol Lynley (The Poseidon Adventure) headlines a '60s Malibu Beach version of Strangers on a Train, the classic Alfred Hitchcock thriller based on Patricia Highsmith's novel about swapped murders. Turning a golf cart and a putter into lethal weapons, Diana upholds her end of their bargain. Now it's Jerry's (Paul Burke) turn -- or else. Diana really wants her shrink offed. Why? Seems he's the only one who's figured out she's one dangerous psycho. At least, he's the only one until Jerry hears Diana's crazy-scary scheme.
Everyday guy, Robert (Dylan McDermott of TV's HOSTAGES, OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN), fights for his life when he awakens locked inside an industrial freezer, having been put there by Russian thugs. The mob insists he returns the $8 million he stole from them, but Robert has no idea what they are talking about. The mystery deepens when he discovers Sam (Peter Facinelli of TWILIGHT FRANCHISE, THE SCORPION KING), a stranger who is also locked in. As they begin to freeze to death and are tested beyond human endurance, the truth slowly reveals itself. Now it's a race against time to survive the cold and the increasingly impatient mob. From Academy Award®-nominated filmmaker Mikael Salomon (THE ABYSS, TV's BAND OF BROTHER), and co-starring Yuliya Snigir (A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD) and Pascal Petardi (ANGELS & DEMONS).
Two New York City detectives have just been assigned to the biggest homicide case their division has ever seen. They must track down a serial killer with an appetite for some of hip-hop's biggest stars. As the detectives dive into this case, they uncover a complex web of murder, sex and money that leads them to the serial killer's next victim. They must get to him before the killer. Only then will they be able to catch their culprit.
PRESERVATION is a relentless psychological thriller set in the decaying sprawl of rural America. A camping trip for newlyweds Mike and Wit takes an unexpected turn when they are joined by Mike's brother, Sean, a former marine. When their tent is stolen overnight and they are left without food or water, the brothers turn on each other. A random act of violence becomes a game of cat and mouse. A weekend in the woods becomes survival of the fittest. A young couple must survive their failing marriage. An Iraq veteran must survive his violent past. And Wit must outsmart the predators hunting their prey. Christopher Denham's second feature film is an unexpected and unflinching exploration of violence in the digital age.
Blinded in an accident, Sam (Corri English) rebuilt her life by helping callers on a suicide hotline. When she informs an obsessive caller (Tyler Mane) that she's quitting, he takes the news personally—very personally. What begins as a quiet shift at work, becomes a frantic fight for survival against a relentless killer…and the darkest, deadliest night of Sam's life.
In this taut psychological thriller by Karyn Kusama (Girlfight, Jennifer’s Body), the tension is palpable when Will (Logan Marshall-Green, Prometheus) shows up to his ex-wife Eden (Tammy Blanchard, Into the Woods) and new husband David's (Michiel Huisman, "Game of Thrones") dinner party. The pair’s tragic past haunts an equally spooky present: Amid Eden’s suspicious behavior and her mysterious house guests, Will becomes convinced that his invitation was extended with a hidden agenda. Unfolding over one dark evening in the Hollywood Hills, The Invitation blurs layers of mounting paranoia, mystery, and horror until both Will—and the audience—are unsure what threats are real or imagined.