William Gibson, the father of techno thrillers, is back to narrate a suitably futuristic book trailer for his new work, Zero History.
In the 2005 French thriller, Anthony Zimmer, an international force pursued a money launderer who underwent extensive plastic surgery to hide his identity. After plenty of production-related upheaval, the 2010 remake, The Tourist, is finally slated for a December release date. It’s difficult to find an official plot synopsis for the remake. If the trailer is […]
We set about the nearly impossible task of narrowing down thousands of vampire thrillers to the best five of all time. Don’t agree? Tell us yours!
John Le Carre, master of the spy thriller genre, is back with another tale of espionage. Fittingly, his publisher has given him one of the best thriller book trailers on the market thus far.
Check out the new book trailer for Scott Spencer’s acclaimed new thriller, Man in the Woods.
Even while watching The Town, it’s tempting to make comparisons to one of the other big Boston crime thrillers of the decade, Martin Scorcese’s The Departed. Both films were crime dramas set in gritty white Boston neighborhoods. Both cast seasoned screen legends as neighborhood crime lords (Pete Postlethwaite and Jack Nicholson). Both featured one half of the […]
The book trailer for David Baldacci’s new spy thriller, Hell’s Corner, is a short spot featuring footage from Washington D.C.’s Lafayette Park, where his Camel Club book series began.
Full Dark, No Stars, is the title of Stephen King’s forthcoming supernatural thriller. Check out the book trailer now.
Proving that viewers haven’t yet had nearly enough of supernatural thrillers, NBC’s new series The Event pulled in nearly 11 million viewers in its pilot episode.
So many books to read and so little time. We’ve read more great books this year than in any other in recent memory. Increasingly, talented authors seem to be drifting into the thriller genre with new approaches to familiar literary conventions. Here’s our take on the best of the best so far.