Music-video director Marcus Nispel makes his feature debut with this slick and imaginative reinterpretation of Tobe Hooper's 1974 horror classic about teens who encounter a family of psychopaths in a remote part of the Lone Star State.
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Margot (Anya Taylor-Joy) and Tyler (Nicholas Hoult) visit Hawthorn, an exclusive restaurant on a coastal island boasting an extravagant tasting menu. Led by acclaimed chef Julian Slowik (Ralph Fiennes), the restaurant only accepts an elite selection of guests, including corporate leaders, movie stars, and wealthy couples. As the guests consume one course after the other, they soon find out they're part of a bigger, more ominous culinary plan.
Maren Yearly (Taylor Russell) yearns for love and respect, both of which are lacking in her young life as a sinister secret forces her to live on the fringes of society. Maren struggles to reconcile the conflict between these wholesome wishes and an insatiable compulsion that has ruptured her family life and sense of self. When she falls fast and hard for Lee (Timothée Chalamet), an enigmatic young man, Maren is forced to confront the lifestyle thrust upon her head-on. Luca Guadagnino directs the horror-drama. Co-starring Chloë Sevigny, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Mark Rylance.
Directed by Daniel Stamm, this supernatural drama follows the life of a 25-year-old nun named Sister Ann (Jacqueline Byers) who feels that she has a special gift for performing exorcisms. She is hampered by the fact that only priests are allowed to perform exorcisms in an official capacity. When one of her mentors notices that she may have what it takes to help, she is allowed as an observer at first. But Sister Ann's gift will eventually be tested when she encounters dark forces that have ties to her life in the past. Co-starring Virginia Madsen and Ben Cross.
Ray Peterson's life revolves around his family and washing the car on a Sunday. But this all changes when the Klopeks move in next door. They're never seen and worse still is the noise which comes from the basement. Will the Close ever be safe again?
Los Angeles resident Barry Greenwood (Timothy Bottoms) is forced to close down his flailing family business as the office building that houses it is also slated to be demolished. The city is expanding its subway system, and construction work underneath their building has already begun. However, the construction disturbs part of the La Brea Tar Pits, where an urban legend tells of a man-monster submerged within the pits. Soon, Barry, his family, and former employees discover that the legend might be real, after all. Directed by Aaron Wolf.