Also starring Malin Akerman.
"Saying too much ... could easily ruin the experience."
You'll never guess what happens, unless you were given one single guess.
What it lacks in subtlety it makes up for in children speaking very, very quietly.
Showtime premiered the new trailer at Comic-Con.
A documentary about putting food in bags.
It's an "intimate look at the outspoken, flamboyant founder of the Playboy empire."
So far, so good.
Use your $12.50 to show you're a big, strong man who likes to sit down and watch a movie!
Out September 3.
It's the 'Date Movie' and 'Meet the Spartans' answer to 'Twilight.'
"Do you think it's easy to look like a bearded tampon?"
It's a "twisted black comedy" about a director who murders her cast.
Light on plot, heavy on fighting, RZA's directorial debut sadly does not yet have a release date.
It dubs Zuckerberg a "punk" and a "prophet."
Andrew Jarecki's film is based on the true story of a wealthy New Yorker wrapped up with murder.
Neil Marshall's head-choppy new film.
A carnival of carnage.
This one starts out strange and gets stranger.
A reminder from Eli Roth: Possessed girls are still scary.
Apichatpong Weerasethakul's film is about a man who has 48 hours to live.
Don't mind the unintentionally terrifying twenty seconds of silence at the end.
These fish have waited 2 million years to party!
Debra Granik's film won both the Grand Jury and screenwriting prizes.