Posts Tagged ‘preview’


‘God Help The Girl’ Teaser: Prepare To Fall In Love With Emily Browning

Belle & Sebastian mastermind Stuart Murdoch recently wrote, directed, and scored a movie-musical version of God Help The Girl, the solo project he released in 2009, and that movie is being released in the coming months. Today, the film’s first teaser found its way online, and if the footage revealed makes one thing clear it’s that everyone will soon have a crush on the lovely Emily Browning.

God Help The Girl is a movie-musical about a girl disastrous girl with big dreams of a life in music. Eve, the aforementioned walking mess, travels to Glasgow one summer and meets …


‘Mommy’ Trailer: A Quick Look At Xavier Dolan’s Cannes Smash

Every year there are a handful of films that come out of Cannes with all the praise and critical adoration any indie title could hope to achieve. Some of those titles go on to find major success at the box office, while others become indie fan favorites that never quite break through to the mainstream. I am not sure where Xavier Dolan’s latest will fall, but it will certainly have a lot of people talking.

In a fictional Canada, a new law allows distressed parents to abandon their troubled children to the hospital system. Diane “Die” Despres, a feisty widow, …

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‘Ouija’ Trailer: How Generic Can One Horror Movie Preview Be?

Unexplained death of a ridiculously hot girl to help set a series of strange events in motion? Check. Other hot girls, some of whom are determined to find answers? Check. Poor decision making? Check. Flickering lights? Check. Inception bass drops? Check. Actors from television shows that are only recognized by people who have been teenage girls in the last five years? Check. Check. Check.

Yesterday, the very first trailer for the new film Ouija found its way online. The film, as you can probably guess, follows a group of good-looking teens who turn to a Ouija board in order to …


‘Laggies’ Trailer: Keira Knightley And Chloe Grace Moretz Learn A Little Something About Growing Up

Growing up is hard, right? Between paying for school, choosing a career, finding love, keeping love, deciding if you want kids, deciding where to live, and everything in between it can be pretty overwhelming to face the fact your childhood is quickly becoming a blurred memory less and less people can recall. Sometimes it gets so bad, in fact, that you just want to run away, which is exactly what sets into motion the events that take place in the new film Laggies.

Chloe Grace Moretz plays a high school student who no longer feels as if she has …


‘Suburban Gothic’ Trailer: Richard Bates Jr. Keeps It Weird

Excision was a flawed, but deliriously enjoyable suburban horror romp that introduced filmmaker Richard Bates Jr. to the world. His latest film does not seem to stray too far from the formula of the last, but it might be just accessible enough to put the budding director’s work in front of countless new eyes.

Suburban Gothic is a horror comedy about one of the hardest times in modern adulthood: The post-college slump. Starring Matthew Gray Gubler and Kat Dennings, the film follows a young man who is forced to swallow his pride and move back in with his parents, despite …


‘Horns’ Teaser Trailer: Daniel Radcliffe Has A Touch Of Satan In His Blood

The very first teaser trailer for Alexandre Aja’s adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel Horns has found its way online in advance of the film’s Halloween release.

Daniel Radcliffe has spent the last few years trying to distance himself from the magical world of Harry Potter, but he has yet to find a cinematic vehicle that grabs the nation’s attention quite like his journeys with Ron and Hermione. I doubt Horns will be the film to turn the tides, but it certainly looks like his best work in recent memory. Radcliffe stars as Ignatius, a guy whose girlfriend perishes under mysterious …


‘The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears’ Trailer: Prepare To Be Confused

Every so often a film comes along that certain film fanatics cannot stop raving about while others, such as myself, scratch their head and question what exactly it was they just watched. That is most certainly the case with The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears, which finally received its first promotional trailer earlier today.

Born from the minds of filmmakers Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani, The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears is an odd and haunting film about death, or something like it, told more through metaphor than dialogue or deliberate action. It’s the kind of high …

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‘All Is By My Side’ Trailer: Andre 3000 Is A Pretty Convincing Jimi Hendrix

XLrator Media has released the first trailer for Jimi: All Is By My Side.

We have known that Andre 3000 would be portraying rock legend Jimi Hendrix on the big screen for some time, but footage and images from the film have been few and far between. We saw one clip of a performance sequence earlier this year, but even after the film’s initial festival premiere promotion (and word on distribution) was quiet. This week, finally, that changed when the first teaser trailer became available.

Most biopics focus on the entirety of someone’s life, or at least their career, …


‘The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby’ Trailer: Bring On The Oscar Buzz

The first trailer for The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby has found its way online ahead of the film’s fall release.

At first sight, The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby may seem like your typical dramatic tale of romance on the rocks, but the origin of the film is actually quite peculiar. The project was originally screened at the Toronto International Film Festival last year as two separate films – Him and Her – which together told the story of one romance through the eyes of each lover. At Cannes, the project appeared again, this time with the subtitle Them, and …


‘Hunger Games’ President Snow Has A Special Message For The People Of Panem

The promotional run towards the November release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 is in full effect this morning as a brand new viral teaser clip has begun to make its way across the net.

Released earlier today, a brand new message from President Snow (Donald Sutherland) to the people of Panem has been posted online. The clip finds Snow seated in a white throne in an all white room, speaking to viewers about the elements of life in Panem that makes their home so wonderful. “Ours is an elegant system conceived to nourish and protect,” he …


New ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Trailer: Shredder Is Alive And Well

A second trailer for the upcoming reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has found its way online in advance of the film’s August 8 release.

When the first Turtles trailer dropped back in the spring, I am relatively sure it took all of five minutes for the internet to see it and lose its collective shit. The creatures many had grown to love and cherish in the 1990s had changed, and in many people’s minds those changes were not for the better. I am not sure the latest trailer will go a long way towards changing anyone’s minds, but if …


‘Dracula Untold’ Trailer: Vlad Wasn’t Always That Bad

Thanks to the ongoing success HBO has found with Game Of Thrones it seems Hollywood is gearing up for a new wave of historical action films. We have covered The Rock’s turn as Hercules pretty heavily, but as far as I know this post is the first time we have been able to share a little insight on Luke Evans’ upcoming turn as Vlad The Impaler in Dracula Untold.

Yes, in a year where I, Frankenstein bombed harder than any other two Aaron Eckhart films combined, the great and mysterious Dracula is being given his very own origin film. …