Chester meets a POW in the jungle, who may be a yurei, while other Japanese Americans face bureaucratic humiliation in the camp.
Dwein Baltazar tells a tale of life, of death, and how the two become terribly tangled when we’re unable to deal with the latter.
After Sean’s body washes up in a fishing net, things get sketchy for Ben, Sheriff Bishop, and Xander.
Jack and Angela work together on a bit of shady business
Smurf becomes more suspicious of J. Pope might have finally lost it. Deran’s past comes back to haunt him, as Adrian makes a foolish move.
Bill finally gets close enough to Brady to figure everything out. But the young killer has plans.
Cop Car. 2015. Directed by Jon Watts. Screenplay by Christopher D. Ford & Jon Watts. Starring Kevin Bacon, James Freedson-Jackson, Hays Wellford, Camryn Manheim, and Shea Whigham. Audax Films/Dark Arts Film/End Cue/Park Pictures. Rated R. 86 minutes. Thriller ★★★★ Ever since last year’s Clown I’ve been waiting to see another directorial effort from Jon Watts. ContraryContinue reading “Kevin Bacon Tries to Kill Deviant Kids in Cop Car”