Category 2018

The Possession of Hannah Grace

A young girl, Hannah Grace, is exorcised by a couple of priests, in the presence of her father, because possessed by evil spirits. The outcome of the exorcism is tragic: the priests are killed and the father, in turn, kills Hannah, desperate. Three months later, Megan Reed, a former policeman who has left the service due to problems, takes service for the night shift to the morgue of a large hospital, the Boston Metro Hospital. Dr. Lewis who takes her to the workplace warns her that a lot of emotional people had to leave him because he did not hold it, but Megan assures that for her when one dies, she just dies. End of the story...

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Peppermint

Forty-year-old Riley, a Los Angeles-based mother, assists the killing of her husband and daughter by the men of drug trafficker Garcia. Gravely wounded but surviving the attack, Riley identifies the killers and sends them to trial, but a corrupt judge declares her unreliable as a witness and cancels the proceedings. Five years later, after having disappeared and trained hard to become a perfect war machine, Riley begins to eliminate the one responsible for the death of his loved ones one by one, with the aim of reaching the instigator Garcia...

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If Beale Street Could Talk

In the seventies, in the Harlem quariere, the 19-year-old Tish waits for a child with the love of her life, her boyfriend Fonny. But he will have to tell him through a glass, because Fonny was imprisoned for a crime he did not commit. There is a white policeman in the middle and winning the truth is an increasingly difficult and expensive undertaking...

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The Kindergarten Teacher

Lisa Spinelli is a kindergarten teacher with a passion for poetry, so much so that her children, now almost adults, find her transformed by the lessons she is following and her husband feels a little neglected. Lisa is not in itself very gifted, but she knows how to recognize the talent of others and remains dazzled by that of a kindergarten child, Jimmy, who occasionally walks back and forth as if in a trance reciting impressive poems...

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City of Lies

Russell Poole is a detective who has devoted much of his life to investigating the murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G., to play his career. Years later he was contacted by reporter Jack Jackson, who had won a Peabody Award with a piece on the same case. His theories, however, were then disavowed by subsequent judicial proceedings and so, in search of a new truth, traces Poole, who even after leaving the department has privately continued the investigation and has also remained in contact with the mother of Christopher “Biggie “Wallace...

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The Strangers- Prey at Night

A family moves, but there is a maretta. The transfer is due to the inappropriate behavior of the teenage daughter Kinsey, a rebel without a cause, who was expelled from school. Parents Mike and Cindy hope that geographic relocation and a new school can help, but Kinsey, of course, disagrees. His elder brother Luke is also not favorable, he too was forced to change places and friends that he would not have wanted in the least. The goal is a little house made available by uncles Marv and Cheryl in a desolate housing complex in a wooded area...

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Bird Box

Malorie, pregnant in the ninth month, is one of the few survivors of a series of mass suicides that has decimated the world’s population. Barricaded in a house with other people, the woman tries to work out a strategy to survive in a world where you just keep your eyes open to die. A mother must bring her two children to safety. He must do it knowing he can not rely on sight, he must do it blindfolded. Even her children are blindfolded (“If you take off the blindfold, you die.” If you look, you die. Together, these three fragile and blind individuals must navigate along a river, face rapids, penetrate a forest, fight with rowing, clubs, punches, knives and makeshift objects against natural and supernatural enemies. Something else? Wanting, yes...

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Gotti

John Gotti says directly addressing the public that the life of a criminal ends in two ways: in jail or with death and both things happened to him. So we see him old, bald and tried by a cancer while he receives a visit to prison from his son, who wants his approval to sign an agreement with the prosecutors and accept a short sentence. The father is annoyed and replies that we must lie even if we still have the label of the stolen goods on them and that they will never stop tormenting their son because he is a Gotti. So this story frame opens, to the story of Gotti Sr., since he was relatively young in the New York mafia until his capture and, as anticipated in the incipit, to death. Then the fourth wall is broken again in the excipit, in which for one last time Gotti Sr...

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Second Act

Maya is forty, of which fifteen have gone to a Queens hypermarket as a shop assistant. The time of promotion seems to have arrived for her, but her qualifications are not comparable to those of younger managers. In the midst of an existential crisis, she is helped by her historical friends to build a new “digital” life in which her education and her experiences seem more suitable for the work of a consultant in a large cosmetics company...

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I Still See You

Veronica Calder is a high school student who every morning sits down to breakfast with her father, goes past her neighbor and, riding her bicycle, passes through the elderly lady who walks the road from one side of the road to the other every day. same point. Veronica, in fact, lives in a world that after the “incident” has been populated with redivivi. Harmless, you think, a kind of holograms...

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