spy thriller Archives

Ipcress File
The twist-laden spy thriller offers a stylish and tense tale of abducted scientists, brainwashing, inter-departmental rivalry, treason, and a possibly unwise romance Directed by Emmy winner James Watkins (McMafia, Black Mirror, The Woman In Black) and set in Berlin and London during the 1960s, The Ipcress File will make its exclusive U.S and Canadian premieres as[...]
In From the Cold: Clichéd Spy Show Almost Saved by Stellar Lead Heroine
Margarita Levievna plays a Jersey soccer mom escorting her teenage daughter to a high school ice skating competition in Spain who gets outed by a rogue CIA agent as a former Russian spy with a superpower and forced to help him uncover a Created and written by Adam Glass, who had previously written DC Comics[...]
Cliff Walkers: Zhang Yimou’s First Spy Thriller Gets New Trailer
CMC Pictures has released the official English trailer for director Zhang Yimou's (Raise the Red Lantern, The Great Wall, Shadow) historical spy thriller Cliff Walkers, which will be released in the U.S and Chinese theaters on April 30, 2021. Cliff Walkers follows four Chinese special agents who embark on a secret mission in the 1930s puppet state of Manchukuo[...]
Cliff Walkers: Zhang Yimou’s Spy Movie to Open in US and China
Zhang Yimou, one of China's premier filmmakers and director of classics like Raise the Red Lantern, Ju Dou, Shanghai Triad and Shadow, has made his first spy thriller CMC Pictures will bring Cliff Walkers to theaters across North America and internationally on April 30, 2021 The story follows four Chinese special agents who embark on a secret[...]
Prisoner #2 cover by Colin Lorimer
Breen is now a prisoner of the Village, and they are eager to learn all he knows of Pandora. He tries to resist, but the Village resorts to bizarre and powerful means to extract the information. Is it a good read?
The Prisoner #1 cover by Mike and Laura Allred
The Prisoner is reborn as Breen goes of the reservation from MI-5 as he is ordered to betray his missing partner. This puts him on a collision course with the information-mining cabal known as the Village. Is it a good read?