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Michael Fassbender is Really Good at Killing in New Trailer for ‘Assassin’s Creed’

As December nears — ushering in the cinematic heavy hitters and end-of-the-year blockbusters for one last hoorah — the time comes for studios to remind you once again of what’s to come. If Michael Fassbender leaping off buildings in a white hood to the tune of Kanye West somehow slipped your mind, this new trailer for Assassin’s Creed will bring […]


Japanese Classic ‘Tampopo’ Returns in Trailer for Janus’ Restoration

Janus has been doing particularly good work as of late, and this may be among the stronger examples of their fine taste. (No pun intended.) Long a Japanese cult classic, Juzo Itami‘s Tampopo is being introduced to a new generation of cinephiles, who will now get a “ramen western” that combines the two greatest things: mouth-watering Asian cuisine and weird sex […]


Steve James Exposes Corrupt System in Trailer for New Documentary ‘Abacus: Small Enough to Jail’

Acclaimed documentary filmmaker and Oscar nominee Steve James (Hoop Dreams, Life Itself) is at it again, bringing us another worldly, incredibly human story to chew on. Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, a David vs Goliath tale at heart, finds the director accompanying a real life George Bailey as he confronts injustice. Thomas Sung is the […]

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Werner Herzog Ventures ‘Into the Inferno’ in Trailer for Netflix Documentary

Mysterious, best left alone, of an ominous origin, and seemingly ready to burst at any moment — let’s just get this out of the way and say that, yes, Werner Herzog‘s dramatic interests and volcanoes are a match made in heaven. The master’s latest documentary, his third feature this year, and the second 2016 endeavor about volcanoes […]

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Trailer for Errol Morris- and Wim Wenders-Presented ‘National Bird’ Exposes the Ugly Truth of American Warfare

After serving as an official selection of the Tribeca Film Festival and being screened in Berlinale’s Special section earlier this year, Sonia Kennebeck’s acclaimed drone warfare documentary, National Bird, finally gets the trailer treatment. Following three interconnected whistleblowers’ dramatic journeys, all U.S. military veterans, as they take aim hoping to shatter preconceived notions surrounding the drone war, the Errol […]


‘The Room’ Stars Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero Reunite as ‘Best F(r)iends’

An introductory paragraph for director-writer-star-producer Tommy Wiseau seems redundant, pointless. He is a towering figure in the canon of So-Bad-It’s-Good cinema with his smash cult hit, The Room. Behind the scenes stories of his antics are widely spread — in fact, they’re the central focus of the James Franco’s latest directorial feature, The Masterpiece. Since The Room, Wiseau has since worked […]


Every Body Has a Secret in Red Band Trailer for ‘The Autopsy of Jane Doe’

After an initial green band trailer for André Øvredal‘s Trollhunter follow-up The Autopsy of Jane Doe, we now have a dissection with a little more bite in the form of a red band trailer. Led by Emile Hirsch and Brian Cox, Jane Doe follows the duo as father-son coroners whose latest bodily investigation may yield new meaning to the phrase “every body has a secret.” Cleverly using […]

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U.S. Trailer for Ken Loach’s Palme d’Or-Winning ‘I, Daniel Blake’

Ken Loach has spent the last half-century crafting iconic films with a push for social issues. This year he became only the 9th director to earn a second Palme d’Or (much to Arnaud Desplechin’s pleasure), this time for I, Daniel Blake, which looks at the health system in Britain through the eyes of the underserved. The […]


Final ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Trailer Hopes We’ll Forget the Bad Buzz

There’s been cause for concern with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. While at least some form of by-committee filmmaking is expected of, oh, every blockbuster, the Lucasfilm banner under Kathleen Kennedy gave some (e.g. yours truly) the impression of a different direction — something that has a bottom line, yes, but which is willing to go […]


Painted Van Gogh Biopic ‘Loving Vincent’ Gets Second, Stunning Trailer

Loving Vincent, a Vincent Van Gogh biopic, caught our eye for telling its story entirely through interviews with those depicted in his art. The ambitious-sounding effort becomes only more amazing when you understand that it required around 100 artists to create more than 56,000 paintings that then formed “the world’s first fully painted film.” A new trailer, like the first, impresses in visual scale, depth, […]

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