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Following the brutal murder of a young real estate agent, a hardened detective attempts to uncover the truth in a case where nothing is as it seems, and by doing so dismantles the illusions in his own life.
Despite being the grandson of a famed village shaman, Dr. Cheon doesn’t actually believe in ghosts, yet makes a living performing fake exorcisms on camera. But when a mysterious client arrives at his door, Dr. Cheon is drawn into a series of strange and unexplainable events that will challenge everything he has ever believed—and resurface childhood horrors he’s tried to forget.
"Once you’re on his list, there's only one way off." Kraven the Hunter is the visceral story about how and why one of Marvel’s most iconic villains came to be.
Based on David Grann’s broadly lauded best-selling book, Killers of the Flower Moon is set in 1920s Oklahoma and depicts the serial murder of members of the oil-wealthy Osage Nation, a string of brutal crimes that came to be known as the Reign of Terror.
Robert De Niro, Lily Gladstone, Eric Roth, Lisa Frechette, Brendan Fraser, Joshua Close, Pat Healy, Martin Scorsese, Bradley Thomas, Jesse Plemons, Rick Yorn, Dan Friedkin, Tantoo Cardinal, William Belleau, Leonardo DiCaprio, John Lithgow, Barry Corbin, Tatanka Means, Adam Somner, Nathaniel Arcand, Sturgill Simpson, Cara Jade Myers, JaNae Collins, Jillian Dion, Louis Cancelmi, Shea Kammer, Marianne Bower, John Atwood, Niels Juul
A death row prisoner with 10 days left to live forms an unlikely bond with a washed up country singer. A story of hope and redemption.
Based on a true story, the film tells of a personal-injury lawyer from Mississippi who took on the case of Jeremiah O'Keefe, an owner of a local chain of funeral homes. O'Keefe claimed that he had been cheated by a major funeral parlor conglomerate. With the cooperation of O'Keefe's lawyer, who was an admitted racist, he won $260 million for O'Keefe.
After discovering research left behind by a missing government agent, Dallas Edwards and his misfit high school friends embark on a righteous and dangerous adventure to uncover a paranormal conspiracy in Southern California that brings them face-to-face with some of the government's most guarded mysteries.
A father (Leslie Odom Jr.) tracks down Chris MacNeil (Ellen Burstyn) after his child becomes possessed.
Monster High 2 follows Clawdeen Wolf (Miia Harris), Draculaura (Nayah Damasen) and Frankie Stein (Ceci Balagot) as they enter sophomore year at Monster High. The power of three is put to the test as they face even bigger challenges this year—new students, new powers, evolving friendships, and an even bigger threat that could not only tear their friendship apart, but could change the world forever. The movie will also introduce new character Toralei (Salena Qureshi), a feisty British were-cat, back after a year abroad in Scaris, France.
Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal star in Foe, a haunting exploration of marriage and identity set in an uncertain world. Hen and Junior farm a secluded piece of land that has been in Junior’s family for generations, but their quiet life is thrown into turmoil when an uninvited stranger (Aaron Pierre) shows up at their door with a startling proposal. Based on best-selling author Iain Reid’s novel, directed by Garth Davis and co-written by Davis and Reid, Foe’s mesmerizing imagery and persistent questions about the nature of humanity (and artificial humanity) bring the not-too-distant future to luminous life.
In the tense thriller The Marsh King’s Daughter, a woman with a secret past will venture into the wilderness she left behind to confront the most dangerous man she’s ever met: her father. In the film, Helena’s (Daisy Ridley) seemingly ordinary life hides a dark and dangerous truth: her estranged father is the infamous Marsh King (Ben Mendelsohn), the man who kept her and her mother captive in the wilderness for years. When her father escapes from prison, Helena will need to confront her past. Knowing that he will hunt for her and her family, Helena must find the strength to face her demons and outmaneuver the man who taught her everything she knows about surviving in the wild.
A radio host and her crew set out to discover the truth behind some disappearances for a true crime show. They will soon learn that there is far more to discover when they meet Mary and her lamb. Who will make it out alive of this house of horrors?
A man tries to explain to his psychiatrist that the Boogeyman, a creature lurking in a closet, is real and has been killing his children.
Based on true events, in 1963, after Trish Weir is kidnapped and sexually assaulted, her assailant is caught and tried. But after he confesses without legal representation and is granted a retrial, it triggers a legal proceeding that forever changes the nation's justice system.
Ryan Phillippe, Abigail Breslin, Josh Bowman, Emily VanCamp, Michelle Danner, Andy Garcia, Luke Wilson, Kyle MacLachlan, Taryn Manning, Donald Sutherland, Enrique Murciano, Dan Lauria, George Kolber, Alexandra Guarnieri., Nolan Gould, Rocío de la Grana, Mireille Enos, J. Craig Stiles, Valerie Debler, Brian Drillinger, Brent Sexton, Najah Bradley, Sebastian Quinn, Will Fitz
In 1969, a young Jud Crandall is set to leave his hometown of Ludlow, Maine in search of his life’s purpose. Before he makes it out, however, Jud and his childhood friends encounter an ancient evil that has gripped Ludlow since its founding.
While quarantining at a Thailand hotel, guests begin disappearing with no explanation from staff, leaving the group to wonder whether there may be some truth to local urban legends about a terrifying creature rumored to possess its victims.
In a small Mississippi town, justice and the law are two very different things. Academy Award Winner Mel Gibson (Braveheart), Garret Hedlund (TRON: Legacy), and Willa Fitzgerald (Scream: The TV Series) star in a modern noir thriller based on the acclaimed novel by Michael Farris Smith about two lost souls tortured by the mistakes of their past and bound by a secret that keeps them running.
Produced in a mixed-media format including animation and storyboarded sequences, Unstuffed: A Build-A-Bear Story explores the origins of the “teddy bear” as well as the psychological importance of stuffed animals in childhood development. Sprinkled with heartwarming stories of Build-A-Bear’s lasting and emotional impact on the lives of everyday people to celebrities, the documentary is told through the eyes of a teddy bear narrator (voiced by Jon Lovitz) as it follows the furry footsteps of a single idea that reimagined not one, but two industries. The documentary starts with founder Maxine Clark’s 1997 entrepreneurial inspiration to launch an experiential mall-based retailer where kids could make their own stuffed animals, to one that has grown into a multi-generational pop culture iconic brand with a global footprint.