The streaming service is having its biggest June yet with three original Shudder series as well as a slew of new films and documentaries that will crave any good gore hound.
Lionsgate has released three trailers for the horror-thriller Antebellum, starring singer/actress Janelle Monáe so far and we finally have a pretty good idea what the film is about.
While the first two trailers have been vague with just what’s in store for audiences, the most recent third trailer reveals some of the most impressive shots so far. The synopsis only states Monae portrays modern-day author Veronica Henley who “finds herself trapped in a horrifying reality & must uncover the mind-bending mystery before it’s too late.”
Check out the latest trailer for Antebellum below: Continue reading Antebellum: Janelle Monáe Time Travels To Slavery Era America
The Snyder Cut of Justice League isn’t the only thing hitting the streaming service! Launching on May 27, HBO Max comes with dozens of Looney Tunes Cartoons, which is Warner Bros. Animation’s latest reboot of the classic cartoon characters. Continue reading New Looney Tunes Cartoons Coming to HBO Max
We’ve seen all too often movie sequels take missteps after great starts. Be it too many villains – the ’90s Batman sequels, Spider-Man 3, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, etc. – or too much reliance on bringing back past characters, which has been a big knock on much of the Disney-Era Star Wars Universe. Too much reliance on the Skywalkers makes a vast galaxy seem small.
Studiocanal has debuted a new trailer for the 4K re-release (in the UK / Europe) of the camp sci-fi classic Flash Gordon.
Originally premiering in December of 1980, Flash Gordon was directed by English filmmaker Mike Hodges, who made Get Carter, Pulp, and The Terminal Man before making this film. The colorful adventure was Alex Raymond’s famous comic strip and blasted to life in what became a sci-fi cult classic.
When energy waves pull the moon out of orbit, New York Jets quarterback Flash Gordon unwittingly finds himself heading for the planet Mongo, where – with assistance from beautiful Dale Arden – he’ll take on Ming the Merciless and rescue humankind.
Check out the 4K restoration trailer of Flash Gordon below: Continue reading Flash Gordon Returns With A New 4K Restoration Re-Release!
Quiver Distribution and Redbox Entertainment have released the first trailer for the new thriller, Becky and it stars Kevin James as a murderous Nazi. This ain’t The King of Queens!
The film follows spunky and rebellious, Becky (Lulu Wilson) who is brought to a weekend getaway at a lake house by her father Jeff (Joel McHale) in an effort to try to reconnect. The trip immediately takes a turn for the worse when a group of convicts on the run, led by the merciless Dominick (Kevin James), suddenly invade the lake house. Becky, not daddy’s little girl anymore, decides to take matters into her own hands.
Check out the trailer for Becky below: Continue reading Becky: Kevin James Is An Extremely Dangerous and Bearded Killer
Netflix released the first trailer for its upcoming horror series, Betaal which finds a team tasked with clearing away the inhabitants of a village and their unwitting involvement in unleashing a horrific enemy.
Neon has released the first trailer for Shirley, its Sundance Film Festival pickup that stars Elisabeth Moss and Michael Stuhlbarg.
The Josephine Decker-directed thriller is set in the mid-1960s and centers on Rose (Odessa Young) and Fred (Logan Lerman), a couple that moves to a small Vermont college town in pursuit of a job for Fred as an assistant professor of literature. They receive an offer for free room and board from professor Stanley Hyman (Stuhlbarg), as long as Rose agrees to spend time cleaning up the home and looking after his wife, acclaimed horror author Shirley Jackson (Moss). The ensuing psycho-drama becomes the inspiration for Jackson’s next work.
Check out the trailer for Shirley below:
The trailer showcases the film that displays one of Moss’ most gloriously demented performances to date. Moss has already delivered one of the year’s best performances thanks to her work in The Invisible Man, which debuted in theaters and hit PVOD in March. An actress who feels like she can do no wrong, this movie, in particular, finds her playing in a narrative full of spiraling musical melodies and twisting cuts. Moss also produced the film alongside the likes of screenwriter Gubbins, Christine Vachon of Killer Films, and former HBO Entertainment president Sue Naegle.
Shirley marks director Josephine Decker’s return after earning raves for Madeline’s Madeline. And also finds Decker marking new collaborations with cinematographer Sturla Brandth Grøvlen (Rams, Victoria) and composer Tamar-kali (Mudbound). Sarah Gubbins penned the script for the film, based on Susan Scarf Merrell’s 2015 novel of the same name.
Neon acquired Shirley for a low-seven figures deal when the film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, where it won the U.S. Dramatic Special Jury Award for Auteur Filmmaking in Park City. Neon is coming off a bit of a hot streak. The studio is still riding high after Parasite‘s awards-season run that ended with a historic Best Picture Oscar win.
Shirley hits VOD and digital on June 5.
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment released the first trailer for the new film that documents the rise and legacy of an unlikely hero that helped bring the stories of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodgriguez to life.
Danny Trejo has appeared in everything from films like Machete, Con Air, From Dusk Till Dawn, Desperado, Predators, Grindhouse, The Devil’s Rejects, to television shows like Breaking Bad and Sons of Anarchy – he’s even done some more kid-friendly stuff like Muppets Most Wanted. This new feature documentary pays homage to Danny Trejo’s heritage, from his Mexican roots and Los Angeles upbringing to being molded into one of Hollywood’s most unlikely heroes.
Check out the trailer for Inmate #1 below: Continue reading Inmate #1 Celebrates The Rise and Legacy of Danny Trejo!
What. You thought this was a joke? Netflix has released the first trailer for Steve Carell’s new sitcom, his first since departing The Office.