A killer is decapitating his victims and leaving a strange calling card at the scene of the crimes — snowmen. Investigator Harry Hole discovers the link between the murders and begins a cat-and-mouse hunt for the person responsible. Based on the Harry Hole novels by Norwegian author Jo Nesbø, The Snowman stars Rebecca Ferguson, Michael Fassbender, Val Kilmer, and comes to theaters October 20, 2017.
When George Romero's Night of the Living Dead launched the zombie revolution, one important thing was missing: The copyright information on the film's title card. Under then-current law, the film entered into the public domain and was free for anyone use or directly lift — and that's how zombies became a billion-dollar industry. Unlike Universal with their lockdown on monsters like Frankenstein, anyone can make a zombie flick — making the genre one of the most popular choices for aspiring filmmakers worldwide.