Robert Mitchum is a gangster forced to choose between saving himself or snitching on his ‘friends’ in ’70s classic The Friends of Eddie Coyle.
Sean Connery is a detective damaged by all the crime he’s seen in the complex Sidney Lumet ’70s crime thriller The Offence, on Blu-ray from Eureka Entertainment.
A woman finds out her husband is a serial killer in A Good Marriage, a thriller from Stephen King.
An isolated research town in the arctic circle starts to experience strange violent crimes for the first time ever in mystery/thriller series Fortitude.
A businessman struggles to stay true to his ideals during the violent New York City winter of ’81 in A Most Violent Year, on Blu-ray now.
An examination of violence and consumerism that looks stylish but is a convoluted mess.
Controversial film Welcome to New York closely mirrors the public rape scandal of IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
An operative kills a government official in Ghana and then has to fight for his own life in The Gunman.
The motorcycle gang movie was a frozen-in-aspic cinematic genre that passed its sell by date many years ago and The Wild Angels definitely feels dated.
A taut Cold War thriller, this classic John Frankenheimer film offers up one of the best on screen performances from Frank Sinatra.