In the critically acclaimed thriller The Babadook, Amelia is a single mother struggling to raise her six-year-old son Sam after her husband’s death. One night Sam asks his mother to read him the story of Mister Babadook — but this is no ordinary children’s book. Once someone becomes aware of the Babadook, it torments them indefinitely. Amelia can’t be bothered with her son’s imaginary monster, but when strange events begin happening she quickly realizes the creature might be very real after all.
TRAILER: The Babadook
The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death tells the story of what happened 40 years after the events of the first film, The Woman in Black. During World War II, a group of children are taken for temporary shelter at the Eel House. Whatever is in the house is reawakened and when strange things start happening, they soon realize they’re not alone.
TRAILER: The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death
In the true-life drama Big Eyes, Walter Keane (Christoph Waltz) reaches great fame and recognition in the 1950s and early 1960s for portrait paintings of children as large-eyed waifs. However, the real artist behind the masterpieces is his wife, Margaret (Amy Adams).
TRAILER: Big Eyes
If you’re a “Pac-Man” fan, you can now own the documentary, Manny. Liam Neeson narrates the journey and life of Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao and how he overcame the obstacles and challenges he faced to become a world-champion fighter.
In The Congress, Robin Wright plays an aging version of herself. She agrees to preserve her digital image so it can be used in the future and sells it to Miramount Studios (a blend of Miramax and Paramount).
TRAILER: The Congress
In Enter the Dangerous Mind, Jim (Jake Hoffman) is a mentally unstable EDM musician who sees creating mixes as a form of expression. When he meets social worker Wendy (Nikki Reed) while working at a women’s shelter, the two form a connection. But Jim’s connection with Wendy quickly turns into obsession.
TRAILER: Enter the Dangerous Mind
In Escobar: Paradise Lost, Nick (Josh Hutcherson), a young Canadian surfer, falls for Maria, the niece of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar (Benicio Del Toro). His life takes a dangerous turn when he gets pulled into her family business.
TRAILER: Escobar: Paradise Lost