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‘The Mercy’ Trailer: Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz Sail the High Seas

The Theory of Everything and Man on Wire director James Marsh is once again looking back to history for his next film. In The Mercy, he’s shipping Colin Firth around the globe as infamous yachting fraud Donald Crowhurst, who sent falsified reports of his location as his vastly underprepared crew tried to stay the course. Also starring Rachel Weisz, the first […]


‘The Road Movie’ Trailer: Russian Dash-Cam Documentary Brings Non-Fiction Insanity

Much of the Western world first learned about the weird, wonderful, and bizarre culture of Russian dashboard cameras in 2013, when the Chelyabinsk meteor blazed across the Ural Mountains and was captured on a multitude of low-grade lenses. Now, there is a documentary set to open in this nation next year from Oscilloscope Laboratories composed […]


‘The Other Side of Hope’ U.S. Trailer: Aki Kaurismäki Brings His Unique Vision to the Refugee Crisis

We’ve seen a number of excellent documentaries capture the European refugee crisis, but when Finnish director Aki Kaurismäki decided to take it on narrative form for his first film since 2011’s Le Havre, we expected his unique vision to deliver something brilliant, and he’s done just that. After premiering at Berlin International Film Festival, The Other Side of Hope […]


‘A Quiet Place’ Trailer: Emily Blunt and John Krasinski Stay Silent in Supernatural Thriller

After his overtly earnest drama The Hollars, John Krasinski seems to have taken a few notes from the Blumhouse method for his next directorial effort. A Quiet Place, produced by Michael Bay, is a supernatural thriller following a family who is terrorized by some sort of outside force, but not much else is known about […]


U.S. Trailer for Michael Haneke’s ‘Happy End’ Brings the Family Together

Christmas just got a little warmer and fuzzier. Michael Haneke’s newest film, Happy End, will arrive just in time for a holiday family outing, if you’re in NY or LA. Ahead of a release, Sony Classics have now debuted a new trailer. Starring Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Mathieu Kassovitz, Fantine Harduin, Franz Rogowski, Laura Verlinden, […]


Christian Bale Takes a Bleak Ride in Trailer for Scott Cooper’s ‘Hostiles’

Coming to Telluride Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival without distribution, Hostiles finds Scott Cooper re-teaming with his Out of the Furnace star Christian Bale. Premiering to a solid response, it was then picked up by the fledgling Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures and it’ll arrive in time for an awards campaign with a December release. A new trailer has […]


Steven Spielberg’s ‘The Post’ Trailer: Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep Uncover the Truth

Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi extravaganza Ready Player One will arrive early next year, but first a new drama from the ever-prolific director will be released. Arriving just in time for Christmas, The Post follows the true story of Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) and publisher Kay Graham (Meryl Streep) as they go up against […]


U.S. Trailer for Hong Sang-soo’s ‘On the Beach at Night Alone’ Starring Kim Min-hee

God bless Cinema Guild. They’ve picked up the three newest films from Hong Sang-soo and the first out of the gate here in the U.S. is his Berlinale winner, On the Beach at Night Alone. Starring Kim Min-hee, who won Best Actress at the aforementioned festival, it follows the meta tale (in typical Hong fashion) […]


First Trailer for ‘Voyeur’ Peeks into a Controversial Story

It often goes: the more peculiar the story, the more fascinating the documentary. In a new film, Voyeur, not only is the story being explored, but also the means by which it was crafted. Based on Gay Talese’s New Yorker article, which was controversial in its own right, the first trailer has now landed for Myles Kane […]


First Trailer for Mélanie Laurent’s ‘Plonger’ Plumbs the Depths of Love

Mélanie Laurent hasn’t been onscreen a great deal as of late, but she has the ideal excuse: she’s been busy behind the camera. Following her astounding drama Breathe, she co-directed another feature and now she’s back with two more films. While the Elle Fanning-led Galveston won’t arrive until 2018, at TIFF this year she debuted Plonger, which […]

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