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Poker Night

Thriller . Action . Crime . Horror

When you become a detective in Warsaw Indiana - you go to Poker Night, where you play against some of the best cops in the business. They tell you stories about their time on the job - their successes and failures. When new Detective Stan Jeter leaves the game, he is caught by a vicious psychopath and locked in a basement. Using the stories he heard at Poker Night, he must match wits against his captor - and save not only himself, but the young girl trapped in the basement with him. Like Seven and Usual Suspect, Poker Night combines thrills and twists and turns that will leave you guessing till the very end.

Actors: Beau Mirchoff , Ron Perlman , Giancarlo Esposito , Corey Large , Titus Welliver , Halston Sage , Ron Eldard , Michael Eklund , Kieran Large , Lochlyn Munro
Directors: Greg Francis
Country: CANADA , USA
Release: 2014-11-20
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  • Roger Moore

    The players are good, with Mirchoff earnest and young as a nice contrast to the salty, rough-and-tumble elders, especially the iconic screen heavy, Perlman. It’s just that when the last card is dealt on this Poker Night, Francis isn’t content to let the best hand win.

    Tribune News Service Full Review
  • Frank Scheck

    This mash-up of cop thriller and torture porn features some clever twists and provides the opportunity for some terrific characters actors to strut their stuff. But Poker Night ultimately deals a losing hand.

    The Hollywood Reporter Full Review
  • Chris Klimek

    Greg Francis’ writing and directing feature debut plays like a thoroughly mundane mashup of grim David Ayer cop movies like Training Day, neo-noirs like The Usual Suspects, and green-tinted, subterranean torture flicks like Saw for long enough that when Francis turns out to have an ace up his sleeve, it’s a genuine surprise. Not enough to put the movie into the black, but enough to mark him as a talent to watch.

    The Dissolve Full Review
  • Martin Tsai

    Francis has a few moments of inspiration, nonchalantly deploying visual gags. If he were going for cult status, perhaps gonzo is the way to go. The rest of his stylistic flaunts, plot twists and contrivances are joyless.

    Los Angeles Times Full Review
  • Dennis Harvey

    Flashbacks within flashbacks exhaust viewer patience in this snarky mix of crime, action and sadism.

    Variety Full Review
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