Oh yay, yay, yay. Judging from this trailer, Tremors 5 is exactly what we want from this franchise. Which, let’s be honest, is mostly Burt Gummer (Michael Gross) and his sass. »
Teletubbies meets Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon this is not. The trailer you see here is for a film called Monster Hunt, directed Raman Hui, a main animator on the Shrek films. That film, which was released earlier this July in China, has very quickly become the highest grossing film in Chinese history.
I mean, if Petyr Baelish (okay, really Aidan Gillen) was telling you how bad things were, would you believe him? »
A brand new, full trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 is finally here and wow, does it look like this franchise is going to finish with a bang. It’s action topped with action as Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) leads the revolution against the Capitol and President Snow. »
We’ve finally got a good look at SPECTRE, and there are all the usual Bond trappings — Q even presents 007 with a tricked-out car and hacking skills this time — but at the root of everything? Bond backstory.
What will happen to the lush and twee state of Oregon when the drought apocalypse hits? Whether you hate Portland hipsters, or merely lust for the end times, you’ll want to find out in forthcoming indie movie The Last Survivors. Here’s the first trailer for you to enjoy.
As you’d expect from Carlton Cuse, who created Colony with Ryan Condal, there are more questions than answers in the trailer for the new USA show. We’ve got a giant cordon surrounding Los Angeles, a former FBI agent (Holloway) and his wife (Sarah Wayne Callies) separated from their son, and a creepy suited man with a… »
Because it’s full of the Human Torch, see? Yeah, you get it. There’s not a ton of new footage here, but it does contain the first we’ve heard of Doom and the Thing talking and oh my god are they really not modulating Jamie Bell’s voice at all? It’s so weird to see and Thing and hear a teenager. »
Now that The Walking Dead is a huge hit, there’s another Robert Kirkman comic coming to TV: Outcast, the tale of a man whose loved ones have been plagued by demonic possession since he was a child. The first trailer showed today at San Diego Comic-Con, giving us a taste of the new supernatural horror show.
And I mean “bloody” both in the British sense of “extremely” and the more traditional definition, “covered in blood.” Ash Vs. Evil Dead looks fantastic— funny, gory, and delightfully messed-up—and clearly Bruce Campbell hasn’t missed a beat since he last strapped on Ash’s chainsaw hand. Can’t wait til Halloween! »
The first red-band trailer for Sinister II is here, if you were waiting to check out the movie’s levels of blood, violence, and bloody, violent children before deciding whether you were going to go see it. Suffice it to say, Danny from The Shining should probably lead a support grup for these kids. »
The Doctor is back, but what’s taken him so long? Find out in our first look at Doctor Who season nine, hot off the presses from the show’s Comic-Con panel! »
Ever since the first season of Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland’s Adult Swim cartoon Rick and Morty knocked our socks off with a sock-removal ray, we’ve been counting down the days until the show’s return. Finally, the end is in sight—season 2 begins on July 26. Let’s get this dumb universe rollin’! »
Back in January, we showed you the teaser for Turbo Kid, the Sundance at Midnight selection set in a post-apocalyptic 1997 where the basic radness of the ‘80s had proliferated unchecked. This new trailer has captivated us even more, with its skull-faced warriors, its plethora of dirtbikes, and its ridiculous levels of… »
The best way to get interested in this new Hitman: Agent 47 trailer is to take a page out of the film’s main character: Empty your brain. Forget this is the second adaptation of the popular video game series.
These days, movie trailers are hugely important things. They set the tone for an upcoming film, and we salivate over them to the point that even the trailers have trailers. How did we get to this point? Culture blog Hopes and Fears has an neat look at the history and development of the movie trailer: