A review of the 1989 Cold War thriller The Package, starring Gene Hackman, Tommy Lee Jones, Joanna Cassidy, John Heard, Dennis Franz and Pam Grier, directed by Andrew Davis
A review of the film noir thriller Jeopardy, starring Barbara Stanwyck, Ralph Meeker and Barry Sullivan, about a woman kidnapped by a fugitive preventing her from saving her trapped husband, directed by John Sturges
A review of the 1980 thriller The Island, starring Michael Caine, David Warner, Angela Punch McGregor and Frank Middlemass, based on the book by Peter Benchley a reporter and his son are kidnapped by modern day pirates, directed by Michael Ritchie
A review of the 1983 thriller/slasher film 10 To Midnight, starring Charles Bronson, Lisa Eilbacher, Gene Davis, Andrew Stevens and Wilford Brimley, made by the Cannon Group
A review of the 1979 Cold War action thriller Avalanche Express, starring Lee Marvin, Robert Shaw, Linda Evans, Mike Connors & Joe Namath
A review of the 1987 psychological thriller The Caller starring Malcolm McDowell and Madolyn Smith, a strange low-budget film that is nothing like you will expect
A review of the 2005 film Three, aka Survivla Island, starring Kelly Brook, Billy Zane and Juan Pablo Di Pace as three castawys stranded on a remote island
A review of the 1994 thriller The River WIld, starring Meryl Streep, Kevin Bacon, David Strathairn and John C. Reilly, directed by Curtis Hanson
A review of the 1993 thriller Mother’s Boys starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Peter Gallagher, Joanne-Whalley-Kilmer and Vanessa Redgrave, about a crazy psycho mother
Rebecca De Mornay is the nanny from hell who sets out to destroy Annabella Sciorra’s life in the 1992 thriller The Hand That Rocks The Cradle, directed by Curtis Hanson.
Donald Sutherland stars as a deadly Nazi spy during WWII who hides out on a remote island with a family who are unaware of the danger he poses in the 1981 WWII thriller Eye of the Needle. Also starring Kate Nelligan, Christopher Cazenove and Ian Bannen
H.G. Welles time travels to 1979 San Francisco to stop Jack the Ripper. Between trying to catch the notorious killer Welles also falls for a modern day woman in the 1979 film Time After Time starring Malcolm McDowell, Mary Steenburgen and David Warner.
A review of the 1986 crime thriller 52 Pick-Up starring Roy Scheider, Ann-Margret, John Glover, Clarence Williams III & Vanity, directed by John Frankenheimer
A review of the 2002 French thriller He Loves Me…He Loves Me Not starring Audrey Tautou and Samuel Le Bihan, two vastly different perspectives of a ‘love story’
A review of the 2012 shark thriller Bait, about folks trapped in a flooded supermarket with a great white shark swimming the aisles