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  • Cold War 2 (NR)

    In this Chinese crime thriller from director Kim-ching Luk, two rival police chiefs must join forces after a convicted killer escapes. more...
  • Chongqing Hot Pot (NR)

    A group of friends stumble across a large sum of money after their restaurant goes bankrupt and must consider how far they are willing to go to save the restaurant. more...
  • The Clan
  • The Clan (NR)

    A demonic performance from Guillermo Francella anchors this 2015 Argentinian drama about the Puccio clan, a family of seven who were implicated in a series of fatal kidnappings in the 1980s. more...
  • A Conspiracy of Faith

    The Dept. Q Trilogy, based on three best-selling crime novels by Danish writer Jussi Adler-Olsen, draws comparisons with Stieg Larsson's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo franchise: set in Scandinavia and featuring a sullen male protagonist, it's violent, hard-boiled, and psychologically disturbing. more...
  • The Counselor (R)

    An American attorney in Mexico (Michael Fassbender) gets involved in a $20 million cocaine deal with a local badass (Brad Pitt) and soon runs afoul of a merciless international drug cartel. more...
  • Cost of a Soul (R)

    Two wounded soldiers return from Iraq to a Philadelphia slum, where they must confront the systemic problems they thought they'd left behind. more...
  • Collateral (R)

    Transpiring over a ten-hour nocturnal stretch in diverse Los Angeles locations, this engaging crime thriller by Michael Mann (2004) often suggests a low-budget 40s noir blown up to blockbuster proportions, an enlargement carried out with relative ease. more...
  • Crime Wave

    New-wave film noir comedy (1985) from Canadian independent John Paizs, about a Winnipeg screenwriter suffering from an odd sort of blockage (he only completes the beginnings and ends of his gory scenarios), who decides to improve his writing skills by taking a course from a psycho sex criminal in Kansas. more...
  • Cruising (R)

    William Friedkin clearly set out to make a crushing horror film on the order of The Exorcist, but the people he cast as the demons—New York's gay community—forced him to back down. more...
  • Coffy (R)

    Pam Grier, with revenge on her mind and a shotgun in her hand, blasts her way through a succession of pimps, hoods, cops, pushers, and politicians in this gory, violent 1973 entry in the Brown Sugar genre. more...