RageAvailable until 16 Oct 2016
The MachinistAvailable until 03 Oct 2018
Kiss the GirlsAvailable until 31 Dec 2016
Stephen King's A Good MarriageAvailable until 30 Nov 2016
EnemyAvailable until 31 Oct 2016
Available until 16 Oct 2016
Crooked property developer Paul Maguire (Nicolas Cage) thinks he's put his dubious past behind him... until his daughter Caitlin (Aubrey Peeples) is apparently kidnapped. There's worse to follow so, rounding up his old buddies Kane (Max Ryan) and Doherty (Michael McGrady), Paul sets off on a Taken-style path of vengeance when he links the crime to a sour deal gone wrong with the Russian mafia years before. Originally titled Tokarev, this is Spanish director Paco Cabezas' first foray into the English language.
- The Machinist
Available until 03 Oct 2018
Christian Bale shed a frightening 63 pounds to play the cadaverous lathe operator whose past is haunting him with a vengeance in a psychological nightmare that grips like a vice. Director Brad Anderson gets the balance between harsh reality and blurry mystery mind-blowingly right with this precision-tooled, finely calibrated triumph. Watch the sparks fly.
- Kiss the Girls
Available until 31 Dec 2016
Morgan Freeman plays novelist James Patterson's dogged detective Alex Cross, a Washington DC crime fighter who travels to North Carolina to investigate the kidnapping of his niece. Help comes from Ashley Judd's nervy former kidnap victim, but it's clear he's dealing with a particularly devious foe. Slick crime thriller in the tradition of The Silence of the Lambs.
- Stephen King's A Good Marriage
Available until 30 Nov 2016
Loving couple Darcy (Joan Allen) and Bob (Anthony LaPaglia) have been married for 25 years and appear extremely happy. However, when Bob goes off on business, Darcy innocently begins hunting around for a stash of chocolate. What she finds is the missing ID for a woman who was recently murdered by a serial killer. How does she react? Intriguing thriller based on a short story from horror master Stephen King.
Available until 31 Oct 2016
Jake Gyllenhaal chillingly takes the double role of Adam Bell, an increasingly paranoid Toronto teacher who believes he's spotted in a film his exact doppelganger. An online search reveals the alleged twin is struggling actor Anthony Clair (also Gyllenhaal) living on the grim outskirts of the city. The darkly obsessed Adam then makes contact... and sets in train more mental anguish than he was prepared for. Haunting psychological thriller from Canadian director Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners).
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