A fantasy adventure that picks up several years after Maleficent, in which audiences learned of the events that hardened the heart of Disney’s most notorious villain and drove her to curse a baby Princess Aurora, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil continues to explore the complex relationship between the horned fairy and the soon to be Queen, as they form new alliances and face new adversaries in their struggle to protect the moors and the magical creatures that reside within.
The group will face a new zombie threat as a new breed of zombie has developed. This new super-zombie type is faster, bigger, and stronger than the previous strain of zombies and harder to kill. These super-zombies have started grouping up into a horde going from city to city leaving a path of destruction behind them.
Laid up with a broken leg after an accident, Philip Chase (Love, Simon’s Nick Robinson) is now living back at home with his mother Charlene (Amy Ryan) in upstate New York. It’s been five years since the death of Philip’s brother Ronnie, a devastating blow that has torn the Chase family apart.
However, everything changes and barely healed wounds are re-opened when they receive an unexpected visit from Ronnie’s former girlfriend, Melissa (Margaret Qualley). Melissa is heavily pregnant and the father, she insists, is Ronnie. Could it be that Melissa is giving birth to Ronnie’s child? Stranger things have happened. Their desperate search for answers takes them on a poignant and emotional journey where the truth is altogether more alarming…
Also starring Greg Kinnear, Brian Cox and Blythe Danner and based on the Best-selling novel of the same name, STRANGE BUT TRUE will keep you guessing until the very end.
“An atmospheric thriller with a noir-ish undertow” – Hollywood Reporter
“Suspenseful, thrilling, and packed with excellent performances” - Entertainment Focus
“visceral and deep-fried thrills of southern Gothic” - Eye for Film
“brilliantly acted” – HeyUGuys
|Release Date||17 October 2019|
|Running Time||1hr 36m|
|Rating||M | Mature themes, violence and coarse language|
|Cast||Amy Ryan, Margaret Qualley, Nick Robinson, Blythe Danner|
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