Following the death of CEO Robert Loring at precisely 10:44 pm, the FBI sends in Jordan Price, one of their best and brightest to solve the case. As other key executives are murdered at ... See full summary »
A detective in post-Katrina New Orleans has a series of surreal encounters with a troop of friendly Confederate soldiers while investigating serial killings of local prostitutes, a 1965 lynching, and corrupt local businessmen.
Tommy Lee Jones,
When a shocking massacre in a small-town diner leaves no clues, Forensic Psychologist Dr. Jane Halifax (Gibney) teams up with Senior Detective Eric Ringer (Jackman) for one of the toughest cases of their careers.
Four friends break into an abandoned insane asylum in search of a death certificate which will grant one of them a large inheritance. However, finding it soon becomes the least of their worries in a place haunted by dark memories.
Brandon T. Jackson
2 men are chained up in a basement. The captor has cameras aimed at them and is streaming it on the internet - turning it into a "trial" on the held, retired judge's last court case. The viewers become the jurors.
The H-61 Killer is leaving a trail of skeletons across the Northern Mid-West. With police baffled, a retired FBI profiler is called in to assist. A seer of the criminal psyche, Saul Aitken (Gabriele Angieri) detects an incipient game. Only to find himself at the center as he's abducted from his hotel. With the profiler as his captive, the killer reveals himself as a teenager named David (Joey Pollari). Ruthless, resourceful and clever, he challenges Aitken to a battle of wits; he must employ the science of profiling to stop David from killing again. Meanwhile the task force builds a trail with the help of FBI Special Agent, Rachel Cade (Emily Fradenburgh). With her own kind of ruthlessness, she fights to avenge the victims but now she must do so with a hostage in the equation. The cat and mouse reaches a climax as David lashes out at the authorities. Now facing their wrath, his game begins to unravel. But he still has the profiler as his hostage... and every game needs a final round.Written by
At the very remote place where David keeps and kills his victims there is no mobile signal. He keeps pointing that out. At the end, FBI-agent is able to keep talking on her mobile while on the premises. See more »
So many other paths I could have taken - why this one?
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The River Will Take You, Too
Written by JoAnna James
Performed by JoAnna James See more »
This movie is a mess right from the jump. Whoever wrote it doesn't understand how to storyboard a movie so it makes some chronological sense to the viewers. The acting is so horrific that it's comical unintentionally. The teenage killer is pathetic and totally unbelievable. The old detective must have a background of doing denture and adult diaper commercials. Not sure if there's a director involved, but they should remove themselves from the credits. Pure garbage from start till what I could tolerate as my finish point which was 38 agonizing minutes into this puddle of doggie dung.
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