This new sci-fi thriller coming to Disney+ looks properly nightmarish
It looks like a must watch for fans of claustrophobic, single-location thrillers.
A first trailer has hit the web for The Mill, a very scary-looking new sci-fi thriller.
The movie stars Lil Rel Howery (Get Out, Poker Face) as a married businessman who mysteriously wakes up in an open-air prison cell with only an old grist mill.
Forced by a disembodied voice to push the mill or else be "terminated", the man tries to find away to escape before the birth of his child.
Also featuring amongst The Mill's cast is Karen Obilom (Doom Patrol), Pat Healy (Better Call Saul) and Patrick Fischler (Mulholland Drive), while the film is written by Jeffrey David Thomas (Titans) and directed by Sean King O'Grady.
The latter made a stir with his similarly claustrophobic 2021 thriller We Need to Do Something.
The Mill is set to be released in Ireland on Disney+ sometime after its US premiere on Hulu on 9 October.
Check out its nightmarish trailer right here:
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After helming the Kingsman trilogy, director Matthew Vaughn returns with another spy caper movie.
Featuring a packed cast - including Bryan Cranston, Bryce Dallas Howard, Dua Lipa, Henry Cavill, John Cena, Sam Rockwell and Samuel L. Jackson to name just a few - Argylle lands in Irish cinemas on 2 February 2024.
An unexpected promotion at a cutthroat hedge fund pushes a young couple (Alden Ehrenreich and Phoebe Dynevor) and their relationship to the brink, threatening to unravel far more than their recent engagement.
Already critically acclaimed on the festival circuit, this erotic thriller will arrive on Netflix on 6 October.
Ireland's own Jessie Buckley stars in this sci-fi romantic drama as a woman who begins to suspect that her long-time relationship with her partner (The Bear's Jeremy Allen White) might not be the real thing.
This is as she begins working at an institute that works to determine if couple's romances are genuine.
Fingernails comes to Apple TV+ on 3 November.
20 years after their notorious tabloid romance gripped the nation, a married couple (Charles Melton and Julianne Moore) buckles under the pressure when an actress (Natalie Portman) arrives to do research for a film about their past.
Directed by the great Todd Haynes (Carol, Dark Waters), this romantic drama will be in Irish cinemas on 17 November before coming to Sky Cinema on 1 December.
Nandor Fodor and the Talking Mongoose
In the British black comedy, Simon Pegg plays the real-life paranormal psychologist Nandor Fodor, with the movie detailing his investigation into a mysterious case on the Isle of Man involving - you guessed it - a talking mongoose.
The film lands on Prime Video on 20 October.
Night of the Hunted
In this thriller coming to Shudder on 20 October, a woman is targeted at a remote gas station in the dead of night by a hidden sniper with a secret vendetta.
This prequel to the Spanish Netflix horror Verónica follows a novice nun with supernatural gifts who joins a school to teach young girls in the aftermath of the country's civil war.
Sister Death lands on Netflix on 27 October.
This animated fantasy movie from Disney will arrive in Irish cinemas on 24 November.
Moving onto TV, this new comedy created Benny Safdie (Uncut Gems) and Nathan Fielder (The Rehearsal) explores how an alleged curse disturbs the relationship of a newly married couple (Fielder and Emma Stone) as they star on a problematic TV show titled Flipanthropy.
The Curse will be out in Ireland on Paramount+ on 11 November.
Fargo Season 5
Jon Hamm (Mad Men) is one of the leads of the new season of crime anthology series Fargo which should be released in Ireland sometime after its US premiere on 21 November.
This action comedy from the creators of Cobra Kai comes to Netflix on 30 November and revolves around an elite team assembled from various branches of the US armed forces who are called to action while in the middle of partying.
As such, they must try to stop a deadly terrorist network while intoxicated.
This four-part Netflix documentary about British pop star Robbie Williams will arrive on Netflix sometime "soon".
True Detective: Night Country
Last but not least, Jodie Foster stars in this Alaska-set fourth season of the hit anthology crime show
True Detective: Night Country will premiere in Ireland on 15 January 2024 on Sky Atlantic and NOW.
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