Follows a murderous cop who returns from the dead to patrol the New York City streets and kill those who turn to him for help.
Holly Jensen (Katie Stewart) has survived the traumatic experience of seeing most of her friends murdered as the rosebud serial killer had almost closed in on her too. Now, it's been nearly a year since his corpse was last seen being loaded into an ambulance truck after he had been inflicted with multiple stab wounds. However, Holly has slowly begun to witness actual signs that she might not have seen the last of that ruthless killer. This intense, psychological thriller follows Holly through her arduous journey in order to find final closure... especially now with the body count starting to rise once again and with Holly's mental stability slowing slipping away, she is now sure the killer is still alive!
In the movie, a new dark force threatens Ponyville, and the Mane 6 – Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy and Rarity – embark on an unforgettable journey beyond Equestria where they meet new friends and exciting challenges on a quest to use the magic of friendship and save their home.
The story, written by Hampton Fancher (co-writer of the original) and Michael Green and based on a story by Fancher and Ridley Scott, takes up several decades after the conclusion of the 1982 original.
Javier Bardem joins Jennifer Lawrence in Darren Aronofsky’s mystery indie project. This story is said to center on a couple whose relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence.
Blumhouse (Split, Get Out, Whiplash) produces an original and inventive rewinding thriller in Happy Death Day, in which a college student (Jessica Rothe, La La Land) relives the day of her murder with both its unexceptional details and terrifying end until she discovers her killer’s identity.
Remake of Dario Argento's 1977 film about a newcomer to a fancy ballet academy who gradually comes to realize that the staff of the school are actually a coven of witches bent on chaos and destruction.
Long before he sat on the United States Supreme Court or claimed victory in Brown v. Board of Education, Thurgood Marshall (Chadwick Boseman) was a young rabble-rousing attorney for the NAACP. The new motion picture, Marshall, is the true story of his greatest challenge in those early days – a fight he fought alongside attorney Sam Friedman (Josh Gad), a young lawyer with no experience in criminal law: the case of black chauffeur Joseph Spell (Sterling K. Brown), accused by his white employer, Eleanor Strubing (Kate Hudson), of sexual assault and attempted murder.
Detective Harry Hole investigates the disappearance of a woman whose pink scarf is found wrapped around an ominous-looking snowman.
The film is likely to be a follow up to the new reboot, rather than using the previous series as a reference point.