When aliens invade South London, the only thing between them and world domination is a gang of thugs. They live in the government social housing otherwise known as council housing or as the kids refer to it: The block.
Johann Rettenberger was sent to prison for attempted armed robbery. Quiet, to the point of being antisocial, he spends his entire sentence training to run marathons. Upon his release he pursues his two passions: Running and robbing banks.
The Japanese Prime Minster is coming to Rome to meet his Italian counterpart. When super security expert Kuroda arrives on the scene, no detail escapes his notice and his ability to speak Italian makes him invaluable. Days before the Prime Minister’s arrival, a Japanese girl is kidnapped and He finds that there’s more intrigue than just a simple kidnapping.
Unassuming Aoyagi is the last person to be accused of a crime. He gained notoriety when he foiled an attack on a pop star. He saves the starlet while working as a Sendai delivery man, becoming a local celebrity. His notoriety is used in an elaborate conspiracy.
Three friends go hiking in the Chilean Andes. When one of them breaks her ankle, the other two carry her to help. What they find is a a goat farm, it’s occupied but no one is there. A man attacks them with a shovel and knocks them all out. When they wake up they find themselves in a nightmare. That’s the entire plot, sorry this film is that lame.
This sequel of the 2007’s REC happens where the last one left off. It’s the same night and a 4 man SWAT team is sent in. Will more firepower make a difference versus the unknown?
The Barcelona fire department have been called in to investigate a woman screaming. A local news crew is along for the ride. What they discover is horrifying and gets worse when they find out they building has been quarantined for reasons unknown.
This Korean action crime drama revels in its genre’s conventions. You’ll get intense fight scenes, gore and all around bad-assed behaviour. It’s all done grittier, slicker and more stylish than most.
This is some seriously engaging stuff. When prison dramas are done well, it can transcend the small confines of the setting. This is one of those times.
John’s new female neighbors are both alluring and a bit odd. Over drinks, the two are uncomfortably forthright when they casually disclose intimate details of his life. When one of them seduces him, she draws out John’s hidden desires and it begins a tale of sordid self-delusion.
The game is organized Russian roulette for money. A game death, rich men stake participants and bet on the spin of a revolver’s cylinder. The ones left standing repeat the process adding one more bullet, until a winner remains. It’s so savage, but would anyone be surprised that this is happening somewhere in the world?
Four math geniuses are invited to a mysterious dinner party under the guise of winning a prize for solving a puzzle. The sponsor of the contest is a man named Fermat. During the course of the dinner, Fermat leaves and the evening turns deadly.