During the Golden Globes tonight, the Underwood 2016 campaign released its latest advert: an address straight from the fictional Oval Office, complete with little reminders that the main character is a bona fide psychopath.
We gave you the scoop on A&E’s Damien series; now, there’s a trailer for the show that gives a much better look at the show’s sense of continuity from the first Omen film (hey, there’s that infamous 666 birthmark!), as well as its lush visual style and the conflicts brewing within its main character.
Trailer is a fun short about a voiceover artist having a bit of trouble selling the action film he’s supposed to be pumping up.
Looks like Tom Hardy will continue to prove his versatility (huge blockbusters, period films, one romantic comedy, that movie where he was alone in a car the entire time) with Legend, in which he plays British gangsters Ronald and Reginald Kray. Here’s the Roy Orbison-a-rific trailer.
If the new trailer is any indication, the latest documentary from Rodney Ascher (last seen deconstructing The Shining with Room 237) is going to deliver what it promises: nightmares. The Nightmare takes on the peculiar phenomena of sleep paralysis and night terrors.
Oren Peli had a mega-hit with Paranormal Activity in 2007. His follow-up, Area 51, finished shooting in 2010, was overhauled in 2011, and is finally seeing the light of day next month. So was the wait worth it? The trailer is here to help us decide ... if we can stand one more found-footage horror flick.
Tywin Lannister (Charles Dance) sits front and center for the very first trailer for Syfy’s huge adaptation of Arthur C. Clarke’s famous alien invasion book Childhood’s End. This is a big deal, and it absolutely must be done correctly.
The new Fantastic Four trailer offers a lot better looks at all the characters, and what to expect from the action (including Reed Richards’ inability to proffer a proper fist bump). Check it out!
The producer behind low-budget horror hits like Paranormal Activity, Insidious, Sinister, and this week's Unfriended has yet another scary movie in the pipeline, evocatively titled The Gallows.
Director Pål Øie's 2003 Dark Woods was voted "the scariest Norwegian film ever" by one of the country's biggest tabloids. So it's with no small fanfare that Dark Woods 2 is here, and thankfully has abandoned its predecessor's reality TV framework for a much spookier setting: an abandoned hospital.
Callin' it: the official trendy word to include in your franchise entry is ROGUE. Because hot on the heels of the Rogue One announcement, we have news that the next Mission: Impossible flick is titled Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation. Lots of fists/motorcycles/Pegg in the teaser trailer below.
In Before I Wake, parents (Kate Bosworth, Thomas Jane) still grieving the loss of their young son decide to foster an adorable boy who'd be a perfect li'l angel ("He likes butterflies!") if only he didn't have such horrifying nightmares that come true. Yo kid, don't peek under the bed!
Brute Nordic strength meets Thai fists, feet, and "how did he do that?" fury in this trailer for buddy-cop action thriller/B-movie schlockfest/1980s throwback Skin Trade. Need more? Ok: the villain is a gangster named "Dragovic" played by Ron Perlman. New trailer below ... pass the popcorn!
A Space Program feels like Christopher Nolan's Interstellar, if Interstellar was made entirely out of junkyard TVs, whiskey, cardboard and fun. This movie feels like a "sweded" space epic, but it's wonderfully intricate. Watch!
I've seen Batman fighting criminals, driving awesome vehicles, or even deeply depressed but I've never seen him as sexually aroused as in this neat mash-up trailer by Josh Meeter called Fifty Shades of Wayne. Watching this made me think about the weird sexual toys Bruce Wayne would have if he were Grey.
"Demons suffer in hell ... gods rule in heaven ... and men stride the earth" in Snow Girl and the Dark Crystal, a new fantasy film from China. We have no idea what's going on here, story-wise, but there is so much eye candy in this trailer: Epic wire stunts! Fiery arrows! Shape shifting! CG beasts! Costumes to die for!
Indie horror filmmakers Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead had the buzziest segment in last year's V/H/S: Viral (skaters vs. skeletons brawl "Bonestorm"). Next up: monster romance Spring, about an American drifter who meets the woman of his dreams ... or nightmares? ... while backpacking through Italy.
Here's hoping Crumbs, a scifi romance shot in an Ethiopian ghost town by Spanish writer-director Miguel Llanso, gets wider exposure after its Rotterdam Film Festival debut last week. Check out the trailer; there's a UFO, a haunted bowling alley, a crazy Santa Claus, and space junk. For starters.
The helicopter, the elevator scene, the hyper-articulated six-pack abs, the breathy dialogue ... they're all here in this meticulously detailed trailer for Fifty Shades of Bricks. For the full effect, check out the side-by-side comparison between live-action and Lego parody trailers here, and ask yourself: which…