Tramell Tillman is starring in the Apple TV+ thriller series Severance, directed and executive produced by Ben Stiller.
Director Eddie Arya comes out of the dark with a new sci-fi/thriller called Risen, where a race against time to save humanity is underway after a meteor strikes a small town and kills everything, making it uninhabitable. Actor Nicole Schalmo stars as the exo-biologist Lauren Stone who is called in to try to find the answers to the mysterious event.
My last film for Tribeca 2021, and of course, it’s a weird one.
Take Out Girl is the new indie breakout film co-written by and starring Hedy Wong (“Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks,” Chinatown Squad), and directed by Hisonni Johnson (short “Red Hood It,” “Grayson: Earth One”). It recently won Best Indie Action Thriller at Film Threat Award This! And has raked up 14 wins since its premiere at Cinequest Film Festival in 2020. Now with a new home at 1091 Pictures, Take Out Girl is filled with drama, action, comedy, and romance, and is sure to be on everyone’s radar very soon.
How far would you go to keep a secret? Hulu’s latest four part mini series The Sister premieres on Friday January 22nd.
From creators Kate Harwood and Neil Cross, the story follows Nathan, played by Russell Tovey, as he scrambles to hide his chilling past. Nathan has never been able to forget the worst night of his life: a party that led to the sudden, shocking death of a young woman. Fast forward a decade later, he is now married to that woman’s sister Holly (Amrita Acharia).
Also joining the cast are Bob (Bertie Carvel), who plays an eccentric old acquaintance and knows the true story of that night as well as Jacki (Nina Toussaint-White), Holly’s best friend and lead detective on her sister’s disappearance. Originally appearing on ITV in the UK, the miniseries will debut exclusively on Hulu. For Amrita, she believes that the audience will have a varied reaction to the show given their own personal background.
“I think this story will resonate with different people depending on who they are. I think it will speak differently to people that are parents, sisters, brothers, lovers and husbands and wives or whether you have lost somebody..”
Check out the full interview as well as the trailer where Amrita, Russel and creators Kate and Neil discuss the ins and outs of making The Sister.
Don’t watch it alone! Greenland has premiered at no. 1 in both Italy and New Zealand and now it’s (finally) your chance to see it!
Actor Aml Ameen (I May Destroy You) escapes to a world of an alternate reality in Parallel. In the film, he plays multiple versions of a character whose friends discover a portal to parallel universes right in their attic. Ameen logged in with The Knockturnal ahead of Parallel’s debut in theaters and on-demand on Dec. 11, 2020.
Home invasion as a horror subgenre can feel personally threatening.