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First Trailer for ‘CHiPs’ Remake Finds Michael Peña and Dax Shepard on Patrol

If one crime comedy featuring Michael Peña as a badge-wielding officer that doesn’t go by the books isn’t enough for you this spring, how about another? Following the steps of 21 Jump Street and Baywatch, another long-off-the-air TV show is being resurrected for a new feature film remake. This time it’s the 1970s show CHiPs, which […]

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Horror Figures Clash in U.S. Trailer for J-Horror Love Letter ‘Sadako vs. Kayako’

The idea of different canonical figures from horror clashing in one realm has left the circulation of pure fan fiction since 2003’s Freddy Vs. Jason (yeah, I mentioned it). Now, J-horror is getting its own iteration of evil against evil in the form of Sadako vs. Kayako, which pits the antagonistic forces from Ringu and The Grudge in a demonic gladiator match. […]

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Teaser for A24’s Secret, Mysterious Sci-Fi Film Goes Beyond Life and Reality

Update: We’ve discovered what the project is. See the details here. One of the few production companies in which their name alone can attract attention — even more impressive considering they are less than five years old — A24 had one of their best years yet. While 2016 brought The Witch, Krisha, Green Room, The […]

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First Trailer for Female-Directed Horror Anthology ‘XX’ from St. Vincent, Karyn Kusama & More

After the anthologies V/H/S and The ABCs of Death ran their course, it’s time to put horror in the proper hands. XX offers four tales in the genre, all directed by females: Annie Clark (aka St. Vincent), Karyn Kusama (whose The Invitation was one of 2016’s best films), Roxanne Benjamin (Southbound), and Jovanka Vuckovic (former editor […]

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U.S. Trailer for ‘My Life as a Zucchini’ Brings Death, Depression, and Healing

Following its Cannes premiere, My Life as a Zucchini emerged as one of the most acclaimed animated films of the year, selected as Sweden’s Best Foreign Language Film entry at the Oscars, as well as making the Academy Awards shortlist of nine films for Best Animated Film, not to mention a Golden Globe nomination for Best […]

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‘Dark Night’ Trailer Captures the Moments Before a Massacre

One of the most controversial and haunting films of last year’s Sundance Film Festival line-up was Tim Sutton‘s follow-up to Memphis, Dark Night. An impressionistic feature loosely based on the horrific 2012 shooting in Aurora, Colorado which left 12 people died, the first trailer has now arrived ahead of a release next month. Featuring a […]

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Polish Cannibal Horror Mermaid Musical ‘The Lure’ Gets U.S. Trailer

No, it’s not just a random assortment of words. The Polish cannibal horror mermaid musical you’ve been waiting for will be arriving next month. Following a Sundance premiere last year, Agnieszka Smoczynska‘s The Lure was picked up by Janus Films and now the first wild trailer, featuring a quote from our review, has arrived. We […]

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The Search for the Zombie Cure Commences in New Trailer for ‘The Girl with All the Gifts’

After Train to Busan helped re-ignite the zombie genre this summer, another promising flesh-eating flick will land next month. Director Colm McCarthy, who has helmed a batch of TV episodes, including Sherlock and Peaky Blinders, has made his feature debut with an adaptation of the best-selling novel by M.R. Carey, The Girl With All The Gifts. Ahead of a release […]

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A Family Reunites in U.S. Trailer for Hirokazu Kore-eda’s ‘After the Storm’

We may be only a few days in 2017, but one of the best films of the year thus far is Hirokazu Kore-eda‘s latest drama After the Storm. Premiering at Cannes Film Festival last year, the heartfelt, complicated character study (as it relates to Hiroshi Abe’s Ryota, who is attempting to heal familial connection with his son and ex-wife) […]

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James Baldwin Explores America’s Racial Divide in New Trailer for ‘I Am Not Your Negro’

We recently named it one of the best films of 2016, and now Raoul Peck‘s new documentary I Am Not Your Negro will get a proper release early next month. Documenting James Baldwin‘s would-be revolutionary book “Remember This House” via an 30-page manuscript he left behind after his death, it explores how his words still carry […]



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