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New Trailer for Superhuman Action Comedy ‘Psychokinesis’ From the Director of ‘Train to Busan’

After his zombie thriller Train to Busan earned over $135 million worldwide — and interest in a Hollywood remake — director Yeon Sang-ho is already back with his next feature. Titled Psychokinesis, it’s an action-packed black comedy film following Ryu Seung-ryong who plays an a man who discovers superpowers and intends to use them to save his daughter. […]

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Trailer Round-Up for Sundance Film Festival 2018 Premieres

Starting this week, the 2018 Sundance Film Festival gives us a first glimpse at the year in cinema, but even if you won’t be at Park City, we’re rounding up an initial glimpse at the premieres. After highlighting our most-anticipated films, bookmark this page for a continually-updated round-up of trailers and clips, kicking off with the […]


Joaquin Phoenix Brings Retribution in U.K. Trailer for ‘You Were Never Really Here’

Considering it has yet to be released in the United States, or stop by any festivals here, it was quite a feat for Lynne Ramsay’s We Need to Talk About Kevin follow-up You Were Never Really Here earned a spot in our top 25 films of 2017, which shows just how much our international contributors adored it. Starring […]


‘Tully’ Trailer: Charlize Theron, Diablo Cody, and Jason Reitman Reteam

Celebrating its 10-year-anniversary this past fall, Juno marked a breakthrough for Jason Reitman, which he followed up with the equally-acclaimed Up in the Air. In the years since then it’s been more of a rocky road. I embraced the darkness of Young Adult, but it certainly didn’t click with others, then Men, Women & Children […]


Aliens Invade in U.S. Trailer for Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s ‘Before We Vanish’

When it comes to the U.S. distribution of Kiyoshi Kurosawa films, we often learn about their arrival just before they debut. Following the VOD-only release of Daguerrotype last fall, this is certainly the case for his sci-fi invasion feature Before We Vanish. Following a Cannes premiere and ahead of a February release, a new trailer […]


Logan Lerman and Elle Fanning Lead the First Trailer for ‘The Vanishing of Sidney Hall’

Following his Oscar-winning short Curfew, director Shawn Christensen assembled a starry cast for his new feature, including Logan Lerman, Elle Fanning, Michelle Monaghan, Kyle Chandler, and Nathan Lane. The Vanishing of Sidney Hall–which premiered at last year’s Sundance as the shortened-title Sidney Hall–follows a young author who goes missing and the detective on the case. […]


Zoey Deutch Rebels in the First Trailer for Max Winkler’s ‘Flower’

Max Winkler’s debut Ceremony was an assured indie dramedy and now eight years later, he’s back with his follow-up. Flower, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival last year, has the impressive cast of Zoey Deutch, Kathryn Hahn, Adam Scott, Tim Heidecker, Joey Morgan, Dylan Gelula, and Maya Eshet. Ahead of release this March, The Orchard has […]


Exclusive Trailer for ‘Mercury in Retrograde’ Shows Relationships in Flux

While Chicago is known to host large Hollywood productions, if one peers deeper into its filmmaking scene, there is no shortage of independent riches. We recently named Stephen Cone’s Princess Cyd one of 2017’s best films, and now another promising drama from the area is around the corner. Michael Glover Smith’s Mercury in Retrograde tells the story of […]


Exclusive Trailer for ‘A Thousand Junkies’ Captures the All-Consuming Search for the Next Fix

The screenwriter behind such family fare as Cool Runnings, Little Giants, and Snow Dogs, Tommy Swerdlow spent nearly two decades addicted to heroin and methadone, and with any addiction also comes the unceasing search for the next fix. He’s now channeled these experiences for his directorial debut, A Thousand Junkies, and we’re pleased to premiere the trailer today […]


Jennifer Lawrence Springs into Action in New Trailer for ‘Red Sparrow’

After giving one of the best performances of her career thus far in Darren Aronofsky’s mother!, Jennifer Lawrence is back this spring for another R-rated feature: the espionage actioner Red Sparrow. In fact, the film was once set to be directed by Aronofsky, by he fell off the project, and 20th Century Fox went ahead […]

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