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Review: ‘Green Room’ is the antithesis of calm Special

‘Green Room’ is a thriller that captivates audiences with relentless intensity as a punk band must fight for their lives against a group skinheads.

Review: ‘10 Cloverfield Lane’ harbours many secrets under the surface Special

‘10 Cloverfield Lane’ isn’t your typical sequel and it’s the better for it as the tension in a bomb shelter begins to make the external threat seem tolerable.

Review: ‘Mojave’ has a thirst for murder Special

‘Mojave’ is a dark thriller that pits two men with inflated egos against each other in a deadly game of wit and provocation.

Review: ‘One Floor Below’ plays with audience expectations Special

‘One Floor Below’ takes a common, adrenaline-fuelled plot and turns it into a slow burning thriller in which the anxiety gradually increases until it reaches the boiling point.

Review: ‘Heist’ plays to its actors’ strengths Special

‘Heist’ is the story of a good guy stuck on a bus in a bad situation, trying to keep it from getting worse and avoid jail time.

Review: TIFF 2015: ‘Desierto’ skillfully employs the desert’s vastness Special

Directed by the co-writer of ‘Gravity,’ ‘Desierto’ creates an agoraphobic experience in which one man takes it upon himself to protect his country’s borders with lethal force.

TIFF 2015: Director and actor go with the flow in ‘River’ Special

Writer/director Jamie M. Dagg and actor Rossif Sutherland discuss the challenges of shooting in Laos while attending the TIFF world premiere of Dagg’s feature film debut, ‘River.’

Review: M. Night Shyamalan finally finds redemption with ‘The Visit’ Special

‘The Visit’ is M. Night Shyamalan’s latest picture and it’s surprisingly entertaining — something that hasn’t been said about the filmmaker's work in some time.

Review: ‘No Escape’ ensnares audiences with a gripping tale of fear Special

‘No Escape’ is an unnerving thriller about an American family trapped at the centre of a violent revolution in a foreign country.

Review: ‘Return to Sender’ shows rape-revenge movies can be subtle Special

Rosamund Pike plays a familiar role in ‘Return to Sender,’ which centres on a rape victim who goes to extreme lengths to regain control of her life.

Review: Milla Jovovich is a ‘Survivor’ for making it to the end Special

‘Survivor’ is a middling action thriller that squanders its opportunity to be better by failing to showcase the talents of its leading actress.

Review: ‘Beyond the Reach’ is grasping for solid ground

Hunting and surviving become interchangeable in the thriller, ‘Beyond the Reach,’ when two men become cornered animals in the middle of nowhere.

Review: ‘Backcountry’ uses nature’s monster to provide its scares Special

‘Backcountry’ is a thriller that could make campers rethink their next trip — if the protagonists didn’t make so many mistakes along the way.

Review: ‘The Intruders’ left something behind Special

In ‘The Intruders,’ a young woman feels something sinister is afoot in her creepy new house, but debates whether it’s imaginary, supernatural or corporeal.

‘The Boy Next Door’ quickly loses its appeal Special

‘The Boy Next Door’ starts off steamy but gets cooler with every passing minute, and not even the hot bodies of Jennifer Lopez and Ryan Guzman can turn back up the heat.

Review: ‘The Guest’ settles in for a disquieting night Special

‘The Guest’ is a well-paced thriller concerning a young man whose visit to the home of a fallen comrade appears to coincide with a series of violent crimes.

Review: ‘A Most Wanted Man’ revives the espionage film’s essentials Special

In the complex and captivating ‘A Most Wanted Man,’ a German intelligence agent heads a counter-terrorist investigation that embroils an uneducated illegal immigrant. This is Philip Seymour Hoffman’s final role as a leading man.

Review: ‘Borgman’ captivates and perplexes audiences in equal parts Special

The strange promotional art for ‘Borgman’ is reflective of the peculiar narrative that offers more questions than answers while completely engrossing the viewer in its bizarre story.

Review: ‘The Returned’ gets to the essence of a zombie movie Special

‘The Returned’ takes place in a post-zombie world where the infected live normal lives thanks to a drug treatment that may be running out.

Review: ‘Non-Stop’ is a thrill a minute Special

In ‘Non-Stop,’ Liam Neeson plays a federal air marshal trying to save the passengers of an international flight from death at the hands of an aggressive terrorist.

Online gamers save the world in novel 'Doubt' by Anne-Rae Vasquez Special

Vancouver - Young adult paranormal science fiction thriller is how author Anne-Rae Vasquez describes her newly released novel "Doubt", book 1 of the Among Us Trilogy.

Review: ‘Oldboy’ fails to add anything new Special

In ‘Oldboy’, a man becomes obsessed with revenge after being kidnapped and mysteriously confined for 20 years for an unknown reason.

Music producer sues Jackson estate for millions of dollars

The estate of the late Michael Jackson is being sued for millions of dollars by the US music producer Quincy Jones, who claims the estate improperly re-edited songs.

Review: ‘The Fifth Estate’ reawakens the call for truth Special

‘The Fifth Estate’ follows the real-life events that turned an Internet start-up into the world’s most debated organization.

Review: ‘Runner Runner’ is busted Special

In ‘Runner Runner,’ a broke college student thinks he’s struck the jackpot when he begins working with an infamous online gambling entrepreneur.

Review: ‘Intruders’ keeps audiences guessing Special

In ‘Intruders,’ a screenwriter retreats to a secluded location to complete a project, but is interrupted by some unwanted guests and unexpected trouble.

Review: ‘Riddick’ rediscovers his strength and then some Special

In ‘Riddick,’ the title character is abandoned on a planet inhabited by an alien race of predators that he must evade as well as two teams of bounty hunters.

Review: ‘The Purge’ rids itself of innovation Special

‘The Purge’ follows one family over the course of single night during which all crimes are legal and they are forced to protect themselves from the brutality that arrives at their doorstep.

Review: 'Trance' is putting audiences under its spell Special

‘Trance’ is about an art auctioneer who must employ a hypnotherapist to help him recover a lost painting for his criminal partners.

Review: 'Evil Dead' is your greatest fear realized Special

'Evil Dead' is a remake of a 1981 cult favorite of the same name about a group of friends that battle ancient evil during a weekend getaway.
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