Category Thriller

Queen & Slim

A sweeping movement emerges from a Tinder date: The harmless first meeting of Queen (Jodie Turner-Smith) and Slim (Daniel Kaluuya) in a diner takes a dramatic turn when she is pulled out of circulation by a police officer and unjustly racially unjustified and be particularly brutally harassed. In self-defense, Slim kills the officer and instead of surrendering, they embark on a rapid escape. Now the two, who hardly know each other, are nowhere safe and suddenly, as cop killers, murderers who are wanted all over the country. But soon they will receive support from many sides – as a modern incarnation of Bonnie and Clyde and as an involuntary symbol of the Black Lives Matter movement...

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The Grudge

When she realizes that something is wrong, the young social worker Fiona (Tara Westwood) gives up her job in a nefarious house in Tokyo and rushes back to her family in the United States. But apparently she dragged the curse from Japan. The spirits take possession of her and drive her to kill her husband, daughter, and themselves, making their home a new, cursed place. When there is another death related to the house two years later, police officer Muldoon (Andrea Riseborough), who has just moved into the city, tries to get to the bottom of the horrors that have taken place there...

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Official Secrets

Shortly before the start of the 2003 Iraq war, Katharine Gun (Keira Knightley), a translator for British intelligence, receives a shocking NSA memo claiming that members of the United Nations Security Council should be blackmailed to invade Iraq to vote. Since Gun does not want to participate in a war instigated under false pretenses, she passes on the information to the press. She is finally arrested by her government as a traitor. As the newspaper reporter Martin Bright (Matt Smith) takes on the story, suddenly he is in mortal danger. The pressure is constantly growing, so Guns Kurdish man Yasar (Adam Bakri) threatens the deportation...

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The Irishman

Frank Sheeran (Robert DeNiro) works for many years as a debt collector and problem solver for the mafia boss Russell Bufalino (Joe Pesci). Before his time as a gangster Frank drove the car of a butcher’s shop and fought before that in the Second World War, among other things in Sicily against the Axis powers, where he also learned the Italian language, not knowing that this should be his ticket to the world of organized crime. At the recommendation of Russell, Cosa Nostra’s union leader Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino) hires him as his bodyguard. Respect develops between the two men, then a close friendship. As more years go by, the higher Frank rises in the ranks of the mafia, and the more cruel the crimes he commits...

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Haunt

2019: On Halloween, student Harper (Katie Stevens) and her friends come across a haunted house that reminds them that some nightmares are true. To make such an eerie discovery on the scariest day of the year is like an invitation for the group to get involved in this house. So everyone at the entrance hands in their cell phones and the fun can start. The first “creepy” attractions can not impress the youngsters, but soon they will be better informed. At the next station, a girl is cruelly tortured – or not? The friends are not in agreement whether here rather convincing actors are at work. The deeper they move into the house, the more they realize that they can not escape the haunting. Hoping to find a way out someday, they have no choice but to continue on the murderous experiment...

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3 From Hell

After their last bloodthirsty adventure, Otis (Bill Moseley), Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie) and Captain Spaulding (Sid Haig) could barely save themselves. Nevertheless, the three have not been inactive in recent years, and that’s how it came to be: For all the horrendous crimes, all the atrocities committed by the Firefly family, they should now pay – and go forever in jail...

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The Kitchen- Queens Of Crime

1978: Between New York’s Hell’s Kitchen, 8 blocks from the 8th Avenue and the Hudson River, its 20 blocks are controlled by the Irish mafia. In the midst of pawn shops, porn shops and seedy pubs, life has never been easy – let alone sure. When one day the three gangsters Rob (Jeremy Bob), Kevin (James Badge Dale) and Jimmy (Brian d’Arcy James) are taken away by the FBI, their three wives Kathy (Melissa McCarthy), Ruby (Tiffany Haddish) and Claire ( Elisabeth Moss) in the quarter back. And they are now not only on their own, but also have a few outstanding bills and on top of that must protect their endangered children. The trio, despite inexperience in their own hands, from now on, the affairs of the Irish mafia, which they skillfully from fights, murder to the unscrupulous repression of the competition also skillfully implement...

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The Operative

One year ago, former Israeli intelligence agent Thomas Hirsch (Martin Freeman) heard about ex-Mossad spy Rachel (Diane Kruger) for the last time. After being sent by Thomas to Iran for a dangerous assignment, she fell in love with the target person, businessman Farhad (Cas Anvar), and has since gone underground. But now the Mossad contact man hears her say at the other end of the line that her father has died. Yet again. At the intelligence service, therefore, all alarm bells ring, so Thomas is summarily summoned to a crisis meeting. He now has to remember everything he knows about Rachel. Finally, she carries explosive knowledge and all sorts of intelligence secrets that could become extremely dangerous in the wrong hands...

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Underwater

There is a high-tech research station seven miles below sea level where a team of scientists and technicians is said to be drilling. But one day, the deepest claustrophobic life led by engineer Norah (Kristen Stewart) and her colleagues is shaken by an earthquake that destroys the shell of the station. Water gushes in and kills most of the crew, but Norah and her colleague Rodrigo (Mamoudou Athie) go looking for more survivors. Together with Emily (Jessica Henwick), Paul (T.J. Miller), the captain (Vincent Cassel) and a few others, they finally make the desperate attempt to penetrate the ocean floor to the nearby drilling station in diving suits...

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Black Christmas

The campus of Hawthorne College is swept away, with Christmas just around the corner – and most students want to celebrate the holidays with their families. Only a group of young women stay behind and spend a few relaxing days in the house of their marriage – or at least that was their plan. But when suddenly an unknown killer hunts for them, it was the festivities...

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