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Ghostly Aliens Attack in First Trailer for Netflix’s ‘Spectral’

Once set to be a wide release this past summer from Universal, they handed over the supernatural war film Spectral to Netflix, who will drop it next week. Not one for extensive marketing campaigns, the company has now released the first trailer for the film which follows a group of soldiers who are defending a […]

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Mathieu Amalric Leads U.S. Trailer for Eugéne Green’s ‘The Son of Joseph’

Following up his overlooked La Sapienza, director Eugène Green is back with The Son of Joseph, which after coming to Berlin, NYFF, and more, will arrive in U.S. theaters early next year. Led by Mathieu Amalric, Fabrizio Rongione (La Sapienza; Two Days, One Night), Natacha Régnier, Victor Ezenfis, and Maria de Medeiros, Kino Lorber has released the U.S. […]

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‘The Belko Experiment’ Begins in First Red Band Trailer for James Gunn-Scripted Thriller

Before he kicks off next year’s summer movie season with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, another serving of James Gunn will be arriving in theaters a few months prior. The Belko Experiment, directed by Greg McLean (Wolf Creek), is scripted and produced by the Slither director and follows a social experiment that turns deadly. […]

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Magic Knows No Bounds in First Teaser for Sundance Hit ‘Sleight’

With the laughably incompetent Now You See Me franchise being the current standard for Hollywood when it comes to magician-related films, we must turn to the independent side of filmmaking for a saving grace. Premiering to strong reviews at Sundance earlier this year, Sleight follows a young street magician who must use his skills to save […]

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‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Gets the Unofficial Chinese Remake Treatment in ‘Mad Shelia: Virgin Road’ Trailer

The birth of the blockbuster also meant the birth of countless unofficial foreign rip-offs, a trend which has yet to slow down. Made for a considerable amount less than their predecessors and with no approval from the studio, most of these foreign remakes sneak under the radar before Hollywood can even pick up the phone. Such […]

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U.S. Trailer for Pietro Marcello’s Acclaimed ‘Lost and Beautiful’ Takes a Mysterious Journey

Keep your eyes on Pietro Marcello‘s Lost and Beautiful, a 16mm-shot journey through the Italian countryside that has earned some of the year’s finest notices, foreign-language film or otherwise. A spate of festival appearances will, to our good fortune, be followed by a U.S. release from Grasshopper Film; that begins in a couple of weeks’ time, and […]

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New Trailer for Danny Boyle’s ‘T2: Trainspotting’ Expands Scope

Following Steve Jobs, as overlooked as a star-studded film about the century’s most famous technical mind might be, Danny Boyle has returned to territory that will certainly get him more attention for this next film. His next film is a sequel to Trainspotting, his 1996 feature about a group of self-destructive heroin users. Featuring the return of Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, Jonny […]

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Denzel Washington and Viola Davis Have Dreams For Their Family in New Trailer for ‘Fences’

After making waves on Broadway with Fences, Denzel Washington is bringing August Wilson‘s Tony-winning play to the big screen this fall. As director, producer, and star, Washington reteams with Viola Davis in the story about a stern father dealing with race relations and personal trauma in the 1950’s. Ahead of a Christmas day release, Paramount has […]

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Hit the Ice in First Trailer for ‘Goon: Last of the Enforcers’

Released back in 2011, Michael Dowse‘s Goon proved to be on the comedy surprises of the year and a solid sports movie in its own right. Over half-a-decade later, (most of) the gang is back with a follow-up entitled Goon: Last of the Enforcers. With Dowse handing over the directing reigns to star and co-writer Jay Baruchel, the […]

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Katharine Hepburn and Peter O’Toole Quarrel in Trailer for ‘The Lion in Winter’ Theatrical Restoration

Nearly fifty years since its initial theatrical release, Christmas will be coming early as Anthony Harvey‘s acclaimed drama The Lion in Winter will be returning to theaters. Starring Peter O’Toole, Katharine Hepburn, Anthony Hopkins, and Timothy Dalton, the period drama has undergone a 4K restoration thanks to StudioCanal and now we have a new trailer. Winner of […]



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