“Trance” (April 5, 2013 in theaters; April 2, 2013 soundtrack)
Starring James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson and Vincent Cassel. Rated ‘R’ for sexual content, graphic nudity, violence, some grisly images and language.
A fine art auctioneer mixed up with a gang joins forces with a hypnotherapist to recover a lost painting. As boundaries between desire, reality and hypnotic suggestion begin to blur the stakes, everyone is caught off guard.
“The Company you Keep” (Theaters April 5, 2013; Soundtrack April 9, 2013)
Starring Robert Redford, Shia LaBeouf, Nick Nolte, Brit Marling, Susan Sarandon and Julie Christie. Rated ‘R’ for language.
When his real identity is discovered after thirty years underground, a former political activist must escape capture and go on the run to save his young daughter’s future by reconciling his own checkered past.
“Odd Thomas” (April 5, 2013)
Starring Anton Yelchin, Addison Timlin, Willem Dafoe, Nico Tortorella, Patton Oswalt and Curtis Jackson.
Thomas, a short-order cook with clairvoyant abilities, encounters a mysterious man with a link to dark, threatening forces.
“The Numbers Station” (April 26, 2013; Blu-ray May 28, 2013)
Starring Malin Akerman, John Cusack, Hannah Murray, Liam Cunningham and Lucy Griffiths. Rated ‘R’ for violence and language.
“The Numbers Station” stars Cusack as Emerson, a disgraced former black ops agent who is tasked with a dead-end job protecting Katherine, the code operator for a small CIA broadcast station in a barren region. Emerson’s mission is simple: protect Katherine. Keep her safe and secure. When a car bomb outside the station signals an ambush, the pair is forced to take refuge in the station itself, using Emerson’s deadly combat skills as their only weapon. Under attack from a group of unknown but lethal aggressors, Emerson and Katherine find themselves in a life-or-death struggle against a resolute enemy. With the station compromised, an unclear target and no escape, the truth becomes their priority if they want to make it out alive.