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  • The East (PG-13)

    Screenwriters Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij reteam for a virtual remake of their first collaboration, Sound of My Voice (2011); the earlier film was a sci-fi story about a documentarian infiltrating a futurist cult, whereas this one is a political thriller about a corporate lawyer (Marling) infiltrating an eco-terrorist cell. more...
  • Edge of Darkness

    Perennially vengeful Mel Gibson stars as a widowed Boston police detective whose cute, idealistic daughter (Bojana Novakovic) is shotgunned by masked bastards before his very eyes. more...
  • Eight Hours of Terror

    In Seijun Suzuki's 1957 Japanese suspense film, travelers forced off their train and onto a bus by a typhoon are attacked by a gang of escaped criminals. more...
  • Elevator to the Gallows

    The debut feature of Louis Malle, this efficient but soulless thriller (1958) is often classified as part of the French New Wave, though that reputation seems unwarranted. more...
  • Empire Builder

    Kris Swanberg directed this thriller (2012) about a young mother (Kate Lyn Sheil) living on a remote Montana ranch owned by her husband who is tormented by a local man. With Joe Swanberg and Bill Ross IV. more...
  • Empty Metal
  • Empty Metal

    There are two facts about the end of the world you can glean from the ominous, beguiling Empty Metal: First, it’s a slow burn, not a sudden cataclysm. more...
  • The Endless
  • The Endless (NR)

    Two brothers in San Diego who escaped from a UFO suicide cult ten years earlier decide that the time has come to return to the cult's rural compound and see how everyone is making out; after they arrive, their old friends welcome them back, and one of the brothers decides things weren't so bad there after all. more...
  • The Equalizer 2
  • The Equalizer 2 (R)

    Denzel Washington reteams with director Antoine Fuqua for this sequel to their 2014 actioner about a former CIA operative with a sense of social justice. more...
  • Escape in the Fog (NR)

    Budd Boetticher directed this 1945 psychological thriller in which a woman (Nina Foch) dreams of a murder being committed, then encounters the victim when she's awake. more...
  • Escape Plan (R)

    Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger are such massive physical presences, with so little shared chemistry, that pairing them up for this prison-break thriller often seems like adding an extra president to the Lincoln Memorial. more...