"Troubled Blood" by Robert Galbraith review
Antonio Campos' fatalistic small-town thriller featuring Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson, Riley Keough and Eliza Scanlen streams on Netflix beginning Sept. 16.
Smith Henderson, author of the acclaimed literary debut "Fourth of July Creek," spent a decade collaborating with John Marc Smith on "Make Them Cry."
Virginie Efira stars as a psychotherapist turned writer in this tantalizing rumination on art imitating life (and vice versa).
David Heska Wanbli Weiden talks about the motivations and the deeply embedded social and legal problems behind his potboiler "Winter Counts."
Egor Abramenko's directorial debut, the Russian Soviet-era-set horror/sci-fi film "Sputnik," boasts artfully mashed-up genres and a strong female lead
TV highlights for July 5-11 include a documentary about astrologer Walter Mercado and a new WWII drama starring Tom Hanks
Director Agnieska Holland's "Mr. Jones" is an overreaching but compelling historical political thriller starring James Norton, Vanessa Kirby and Peter Sarsgaard.
In 2005, Peter May wrote 'Lockdown' to pay the bills. Fifteen years and several bestsellers later, he pulled it out of his pocket.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars in Amazon Studios' "7500," directed by Oscar nominee Patrick Vollrath, an airborne thriller that combines improvisation and practical effects.