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.
Time travel and destiny intertwine in this engaging and moody sci-fi thriller from the Spierig Brothers
Poker Night is your average horror/thriller that borrows heavily from other films to spin its tale.
Track the Man Down is a classic British crime drama with a very dark plot, periodically lightened up by some comic relief, and bolstered by a strong cast.
The Other is a subtle early-seventies horror/thriller that is refreshing in its thoughtfulness and lack of gore.
The Weapon is a tense British thriller that uses London as the atmospheric backdrop to its many plot twists and turns.
In John Wick Keanu Reeves is a man out for revenge in what is possibly his best outing since The Matrix.
The Two Faces of January is a flawed but suspenseful thriller with murder, money, and death in the Mediterranean featuring a strong cast and gorgeous cinematography.
This British crime thriller involves a tribal clash between young street toughs and the older gang that used to rule the streets 20-years before them.