In André Øvredal’s follow-up to his acclaimed 2010 found-footage monster mockumentary Trollhunter, he moves from the wide expanses of the Norwegian woods to the enclosed space of a small-town morgue. It’s a slow night for father-son coroner team when a hauntingly pristine female is brought in. And, as their regular forensics routine gradually reveals, this Jane Doe, who was discovered in the basement of a massacred family’s house, is not your usual corpse—and her presence turns their evening into a terrifying fight for survival.
The film is set in a defunct insane asylum known as “Eloise.” Four friends break into the abandoned institution in hopes of finding a death certificate, which will provide Jacob (Crawford) with the rights to a sizable inheritance. While inside the asylum, the group not only finds that the institution houses a horrifying history but also the truth about their own tragic pasts.
Before filmmaker James Gunn went off to make his long-awaited sequel Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, he also produced a small indie film he wrote several years ago entitled The Belko Experiment, which is finally coming to the big screen. Just days after the first trailer preview arrived, today we have the full red band trailer for this intense thriller, that takes “workplace violence” to a whole new level.
Martin Scorsese’s new film Silence is about Portuguese Jesuit missionaries in the 17th century, played by Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver, who go to Japan to find answers about a missionary (Liam Neeson) who went missing. Neeson’s character, Father Cristóvão Ferreira, renounced his faith after being tortured by a regime persecuting Christians. The trailer is ominous, full brief shots of violence and execution.
‘Attraction’ tells the story of a group of people whose lives are forever changed when a spaceship the size of a football pitch crashes over Moscow. Things go even further downhill when a group of super-futuristic, pissed-off aliens disembark the UFO with little love lost for their new surroundings.
When four estranged brothers return home to say their last goodbye to their dying mother, Grace, hidden motivations reveal themselves. The family’s already tenuous bonds are tested when secrets from Grace’s past resurface, causing a restless night to go terribly awry as the brothers are thrust into a fight for their own survival.
“We are pleased to share a sample of the visual effects work created for Warcraft. ILM studios in San Francisco, Singapore and Vancouver each contributed to the film effects as did our partners Hybride, Base FX, El Ranchito, FX3X, Rodeo and Virtuos. We hope you enjoy the reel.” – ILMVisualFX.
Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, John Goodman, and Samuel L. Jackson have a problem. They’re on Skull Island and don’t know they’re about to meet the Eighth Wonder of the World himself. But we do, and now we’ve gotten an even better look at him, because the new trailer for Kong: Skull Island is here. John C. Reilly’s character clearly knows what’s up though—and check out that epic beard!
The film stars Alexander Skarsgård and Michael Peña as two impossibly corrupt Albuquerque cops who spend their days engaging in irresponsible violence and blackmail, making a tidy profit at the expense of every crook unfortunate enough to enter their vicinity. But as is often the case with stories like this, they go after the wrong guy, get in over their heads, and have to face the bloody consequences.
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen anything as rad as Rise of the Boogeymen: a 14-minute-long mashup video that unites nearly all of the most iconic horror villains in the genre’s history. Antonio Maria Da Silva is the man who created the brilliant fan film, which was put together with such clever editing and video manipulation that it genuinely feels like you’re watching an Avengers-style horror movie… which would be, needless to say, the coolest horror movie ever made.
Forget Star Trek Beyond. Forget Rogue One. Forget Passengers. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets could be the most exciting sci-fi adventure film in years. Directed by Luc Besson (The Fifth Element, Lucy), Valerian is based on a French graphic novel that started in 1967. Last night, the EuropaCorp film studio released the first full-length teaser for the movie.
The sequel to the 1996 cult classic Trainspotting is coming out early next year, and we finally have the first full trailer. The follow-up from director Danny Boyle sees the return of the original cast, and, by the looks of it, a very familiar set of problems. For the trailer at least, Boyle has even revisited to the iconic “Choose life” monologue from the original film, leavening in a handful of modern topics to let you know you’re in the 21st century.
Doctor Strange may be the talk of the comic book movie universe right now, but Diana Prince has never been one to let the boys have all the fun. Case in point: The latest trailer for Wonder Woman, in which the Amazonian warrior princess (played by the actually perfect Gal Gadot) takes the ass-kickery that made her the highlight of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and turns it up to 11 during World War I.
The third explosive chapter of the blockbuster franchise that redefined the spy thriller finds extreme athlete turned government operative Xander Cage coming out of self-imposed exile and on a collision course with deadly alpha warrior Xiang and his team in a race to recover a sinister and seemingly unstoppable weapon known as Pandora’s Box.