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American Night

Action, Thriller
Available on VOD: 13 januari 2022
Director: Alessio Della Valle
Cast: Jonathan Rhys Meyers (Vikings, The 12th Man), Emile Hirsch (Lone Survivor, Killer Joe, Into the Wild), Paz Vega (Rambo Last Blood, Kill the Messenger), Jeremy Piven (Sin City A Dame to Kill For, Entourage), Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill, The Hateful Eight)

Full synopsis soon.

A neo-noir set in the New York City's corrupt contemporary art world where the art dealer John Kaplan and the ruthless head of New York's mafia, Michael Rubino, fight for money, art, power and love.

Reviews
  • Silverscreenanalysis.com: The gun-play kicks in with a self-awareness that really makes it pop. It gets bloody and elegant all at the same time and I had fun with the sporadic tones, and noir atmosphere this one delivers. The hyper-reality was tuned-in just right to create a fun escape into a violent world of maniacal villains, art, sex, and gun-fights.
  • Shadowsonthewall.co.uk: Hirsch  [has] fun along the way, veering wildly from thoughtful to petulant to maniacal.
  • Markreviewsmovies.com: American Night portrays plenty of corruption, in the underworlds of both art and crime, and chaos, especially in its action-heavy climax.
  • Flickeringmyth.com: Style, gritty suspense, and colorful characters.

Dig

Action, Thriller
Available on VOD: 13 oktober 2022
Director: K. Asher Levin
Cast: Thomas Jane (The Expanse, Before I Wake, The Thin Red Line), Emile Hirsch (Lone Survivor, Killer Joe, Into the Wild), Liana Liberato (Light as a Feather)

Contracted for home demolition, a widowed father and his daughter, suffering from major hearing loss, arrive at a construction site. They are soon taken hostage by a dangerous couple, who will stop at nothing to retrieve what lies beneath the property. The father and daughter must work together to outsmart their captors and survive the grueling night.

Reviews

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Son

Horror
Available on VOD: 4 november 2021
Director: Ivan Kavanagh
Cast: Andi Matichak (Halloween, Halloween Kills), Emile Hirsch (Lone Survivor, Killer Joe, Into the Wild), Luke David Blumm (The Sinner)

Having escaped from a cult as a child, a mother must face her past when its sinister members break into her home and attempt to steal her eight-year-old son, David. Now the two are on the run pursued by a detective determined to save them both.
Since his aborted kidnapping something has changed in David and the boy has succumbed to a mysterious illness. Following her maternal instincts to save him, his mother commits unspeakable acts to keep him alive but is losing the battle. Soon, she has to decide how far she is willing to go to save her son, as some bonds run deeper than blood.

Reviews
  • Variety.com: Twisty, violent, well-crafted.
  • Screenrant.com: An unsettling fever-dream drenched in unspeakable acts that leave viewers on edge until the end.
  • Latimes.com: An amped-up version of everyday parental paranoia. This is ultimately a movie about a woman who loves her child so intensely that she becomes irrational - and dangerous.
  • Behindthelensonline.net: Twisted and terrifying.
  • Flickeringmyth.com: The performances become more layered and devastating. A twisted exercise.
  • Heavenofhorror.com: A rather glorious horror experience and definitely a horror highlight of 2021 so far!
  • Horrorfuel.com: The pacing is near-perfect, from the film’s gripping opening to its incredibly creepy final scene.
  • Jumpcutonline.co.uk: Your mind is plagued with intrigue towards Laura’s past from the first sequence, and its relatively steady pace unravels towards an eye-widening climax.
  • Markreviewsmovies.com: A chilling and occasionally gruesome piece of horror about paranoia.
  • Readysteadycut.com: Gripping, tense, bloody, and distinctly dark.
  • Screenrant.com: A thrilling ride into the bloodied entrails of terror and paranoia.
  • Thehollywoodnews.com: With echoes of Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby and The Babadook, Son is a forever twisting tale of terror and trauma, featuring some excellent performances across the board.
  • Spoilerfreemoviesleuth.com: It blurs the fine line between reality and darkness while bringing us a story of pain and suffering that will see no happy ending.
  • Worldfilmgeek.com: a jaw-dropping finale.

Vincent-N-Roxxy

Crime, Thriller
Available on VOD: 11 mei 2017
Director: Gary Michael Schultz
Cast: Emile Hirsch (Lone Survivor, Killer Joe, Into the Wild), Zo Kravitz (Mad Max Fury Road, Divergent, Allegiant, X First Class), Zoey Deutch (Dirty Grandpa, Why Him, Beautiful Creatures), Emory Cohen (Brooklyn, The Gambler), Scott Mescudi (Entourage, Need for Speed)

If Hip-Hop and Rock -N- Roll had a love child she would be Roxxy, an inner city girl in trouble. Vincent is a consummate loner from small town America searching for meaning in his life that has become intertwined with dangerous people. One morning, these two lost souls meet when a vicious killer attacks Roxxy on the street in broad daylight before a crowd of witnesses. Vincent tries to save her, forcing Vincent and Roxxy to go on the run for their lives. They soon learn violence will follow them everywhere, even as they unexpectedly fall in love.

Reviews
  • Cinemagazine: In de Amerikaanse pers werd ‘Vincent N Roxxy’ vergeleken met Winding Refn’s wraakthriller ‘Drive’. Qua toon, opbouw en bloederigheid is daar een zaak voor te maken, al is ‘Drive’ beduidend slimmer en met meer finesse gemaakt. Op het platteland wordt nou eenmaal meer met de botte bijl gehakt, zullen we maar zeggen. Toch is ‘Vincent N Roxxy’ niet alleen bruut. De film toont hoe een stelletje ten onder gaat aan keuzes die ze maakten voordat ze elkaar echt kenden. En dat ontroert, want Vincent en Roxxy zijn schattig samen. Lees de hele review hier.
  • HollywoodReporter.com: A slow-build love story that takes a hard left turn at the end. Emile Hirsch and Zoe Kravitz, as strangers thrown together by a violent incident, enjoy an easy chemistry here, encouraging viewers to forget the menace that starts the story and, with startling violence, will end it.
  • Indiewire.com: When things take a hard left turn and the powder keg of violence finally explodes, the fallout is shocking to a degree that's almost never seen in new American cinema.
  • Letterboxd.com: A stiff-lipped, fist-clenched, tragic romance with a gruesome hunger for violence. The final shot echoes Drive in a way that will inevitably draw some comparisons.
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