Move over, Walter White. Here comes Topo, the ruthless criminal played by Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston in the Neo-Noir thriller Cold Comes the Night, which opens in theaters and VOD on January 10.

The premise of this film, written and directed by Tze Chun, is sadly more intriguing than its execution. The story revolves around single mom Chloe (Star Trek Into Darkness' Alice Eve) who runs a seedy motel in rural upstate New York. Social services are giving her grief for raising her young daughter Sophia (Ursula Parker) in a motel where hookers and drug users are the regular clientele. But it's not like Chloe has the means to just uproot herself and her daughter and start anew elsewhere. That is until Topo comes to stay at her motel.  Read More...


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