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‘Sinister 2’ Teaser: The Terror Returns, and It Won’t Stop Until Everyone Is Dead

by Britt Hayes April 5, 2015 @ 11:22 AM
WonderCon attendees got a special treat last night at the Blumhouse presentation, as the studio unleashed the first teaser trailer for Sinister 2. Just yesterday, we gave you a sneak peek at the return of the creepy Bughuul with the first images from the upcoming sequel. But you don’t have to be at WonderCon to check out this teaser, which packs some solid chills in its short run time.

‘Fantastic Four’ International Trailer: You Will Believe Sue Storm Can Fly

by Britt Hayes April 3, 2015 @ 4:20 PM
20th Century Fox
Our first legitimate look at the Fantastic Four reboot didn’t really help to clarify much about Josh Trank’s upcoming film, nor did it offer much in the way of hero shots to give us a taste of the characters once they’ve been fully transformed. This new international trailer is a bit better and continues to show off Trank’s darker approach to the material, plus it includes a shot of Sue Storm flying. Did you know Sue Storm could fly?

‘Amy’ Trailer: Amy Winehouse Struggles With the Concept of Fame

by Britt Hayes April 2, 2015 @ 7:49 PM
This July marks the fourth anniversary of the tragic, untimely death of British soul singer Amy Winehouse, who passed away at the young age of 27. Winehouse’s music was powerful and raw, and although her struggles with addiction were highly publicized, there was something so beautifully relatable about how incredibly human she was, even in front of all those (often intrusive) cameras. To help celebrate the life of Amy Winehouse comes the trailer for Amy, from the director of the acclaimed documentary Senna.

‘Insidious Chapter 3’ Trailer: Once More Into the Further We Go

by Britt Hayes April 2, 2015 @ 5:45 PM
While James Wan was off making Furious 7, writer and collaborator Leigh Whannell was working on his directorial debut: Insidious Chapter 3, a prequel which promises to reveal the origins of the franchise’s spooky ghosts by taking us all back into the Further for another terrifying go-round. The final (and international) trailer for the film has landed online, offering an extended look at the latest installment in this chilling franchise.

‘Poltergeist’ Trailer: There Goes the Neighborhood Again

by Matt Singer April 2, 2015 @ 8:54 AM
They’re two of the most famous words in the history of the horror genre, spoken by Heather O’Rourke in the original Poltergeist from 1982. That version was directed by Tobe Hooper and produced (and, if you believe the urban legends, ghost-directed, no pun intended) by Steven Spielberg, and starred Craig T. Nelson and JoBeth Williams as the parents of a family whose lovely suburban home is haunted by malevolent spirits. This trailer is for the new remake, which is directed by Gil Kenan, the fine filmmaker behind the animated children’s horror film Monster House. This time, the parents are Sam Rockwell and Rosemarie DeWitt, and Mad Men’s Jared Harris plays the ghost expert who helps rid them of their spectral problem.

‘The Look of Silence’ Trailer: ‘The Act of Killing’ Gets a Powerful Companion Piece

by Britt Hayes April 1, 2015 @ 8:07 PM
If you’re a fan of Joshua Oppenheimer’s Oscar-nominated, critically-acclaimed documentary The Act of Killing, then this new trailer will definitely interest you. The Look of Silence is a follow-up/companion piece to last year’s deeply affecting film, in which Oppenheimer flips the script and focuses on the son of a victim of the mass Indonesian genocide, taking a stirring tactic to allowing the man to confront those who were involved in his father’s murder.

‘The Gift’ Trailer: Joel Edgerton’s Directorial Debut Is Very ‘Single White Male’

by Britt Hayes April 1, 2015 @ 5:39 PM
Like many actors before him, Joel Edgerton is adding “director” to his resume. First up: The Gift, a psychological thriller produced by horror heavyweights Blumhouse Productions, starring Jason Bateman and Rebecca Hall as a nice, normal couple living a nice life in their nice new house (so nice!), until an old high school classmate gets a little too attached.

‘Straight Outta Compton’ Trailer: Parental Discretion Is Advised

by Jacob Hall April 1, 2015 @ 12:08 PM
The new Straight Outta Compton trailer is here and it doesn’t look like what you’d expect. If you went back in time a few decades and told the members of highly controversial hip hop group N.W.A. that they would one day be the subject of a glossy, mainstream biopic, they would probably wouldn’t believe you. But here we are: the “world’s most dangerous group” has its own Hollywood movie now.

‘The Connection’ Trailer: See the Other Side of ‘The French Connection’

by Britt Hayes March 31, 2015 @ 6:55 PM
The first teaser for The Connection was released a few weeks ago, and after watching Jean Dujardin smash a bad dude’s face into a pool table (charismatically, of course), we’ve been anxious to see even more. Today brings the first, full trailer for the upcoming film, which tells the French side of William Friedkin’s 1971 film The French Connection, itself based on the true story of the infamous French Connection drug trafficking ring.

‘The D Train’ Trailer: Jack Black Plans a High School Reunion With the Banana Boat Guy

by Britt Hayes March 31, 2015 @ 5:37 PM
It’s probably not easy to convince people to attend their high school reunions without some incentive — who wants to relive the embarrassing, awkward hell of high school over the course of three to four hours? (This is why these events have booze.) In the trailer for The D Train, Jack Black heads up a high school reunion committee which is having a little trouble, until they realize one of their former classmates is a moderately successful actor. Problem solved?