A hopelessly romantic Chicago Transit Authority token collector is mistaken for the fiancee of a coma patient. [more inside]
[TRAILER] An American nurse (Sarah Michell Gellar) living and working in Tokyo is exposed to a mysterious supernatural curse, one that locks a person in a powerful rage before claiming their life and spreading to another victim. [more inside]
Daryl Zero (Bill Pullman) is a private investigator, and with the help of his exasperated assistant Arlo (Ben Stiller) he solves impossible crimes and puzzles. Although Daryl's a master investigator, his methods might be called frustrating. [more inside]
Looking to escape her unhappy marriage, femme fatale Bridget (Linda Fiorentino) convinces her husband, Clay (Bill Pullman), to sell cocaine, then steals the profits and runs out. She stops in a small town, where she ensnares her next conquest, insurance man Mike (Peter Berg). [more inside]
A corporate defense attorney takes on an environmental lawsuit against a chemical company that exposes a lengthy history of pollution. Based on The New York Times magazine article "The Lawyer Who Became DuPont's Worst Nightmare" by Nathaniel Rich.
Released four years after the first Elm Street movie, The Serpent and the Rainbow (trailer) drops Bill Pullman into the middle of 1970s Haiti to investigate cases of alleged real-life Voodoo zombification. One of Wes Craven's more religious-themed movies, with a premise loosely based on the (arguably) non-fiction book by the same name, the film gives Craven a chance to build upon a real-world mystery in applying his signature concoction of visually stylish horror, twisting storylines, and the oft-blurred line between the dream world and reality.
An emotionally distant and depressed writer of travel guides must carry on with his life after experiencing family tragedy. [more inside]