A story of anthropomorphized rabbits is one of the most beloved and memorable animated films in the history of the medium. This fan trailer, using footage from Watership Down and its followup The Plague Dogs, is a fantastic and emotional ode to the classic.
I don’t know if the Venom movie, starring Tom Hardy, is going to be good. I hope it is. But I do know how it looks: like a weird, incoherent series orphan, vainly attempting to capitalize on the popularity of Spider-Man in a fictional universe where Spider-Man isn’t actually accessible as a character.
Earlier this month, we got our long-awaited first trailer for the Han Solo Star Wars spinoff film, and it was actually pretty fine. Not the disaster some fans might have expected given the movie’s tumultuous production, just not the greatest trailer in the world. But it turns out there’s one way to make it pretty dang…
You really can find anything on the internet. Like, for example, this video of movie clips edited to “sing” the relentlessly cheery ‘90s hit “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” by the Proclaimers. It’s something you’d never think to watch or make, but now that it exists, we’re all better for it.
Yondu Udonta may have gotten an amazing send-off in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but in another time, or another place, he could’ve made the world’s most practically perfect in every way nanny.
Scrappy smugglers vs. Casanova captains. Warp drive vs. hyperdrive. Utopian exploration vs. high space opera. You know the one.
King of Wakanda versus the strongest man in Canada. Vibranium vs. Adamantium. Heroism vs. Revenge. In this impressive fan trailer, Wolverine’s roaring rampage is opposed by Marvel’s best king.
Here’s to the fools who dream...of electric sheep.
Batman isn’t a stranger to clown problems. If you want anyone on your side when the inevitable clown apocalypse rains down from the heavens in garish rainbows, it’s ol’ Bruce Wayne.
“This is the tale of the King in the North!” Screen Junkies has released its latest Retro TV theme, turning Game of Thrones into a cheesy early ‘90s drama. That’s not exactly a new idea, as corny Game of Thrones theme songs been done a few times before. But none of those versions had Michael Freakin’ Bolton.
When a ragtag band of heroes journeys to the edge of the world in the next episode of Game of Thrones, it’s bound to be harrowing. This fan trailer imagines it as Suicide Squad by way of The Magnificent Seven.
Ever get the sense that every trailer you see is the same? At least the trailers for big budget, visual effects heavy Hollywood blockbusters? Well, the Auralnauts have put those tropes all together...into a trailer.
Game of Thrones is lauded for its unique fantasy world and the characters that live within it, but sometimes it’s good to step back and truly appreciate how gorgeous the show is.
I saw Batman Forever in a movie theater and, hunky Val Kilmer aside, pretty much haven’t ever wanted to repeat the experience. But a new fan-edited trailer for the 1995 Joel Schumacher-directed Bat-movie is sharp enough to make me reconsider.
In the next decade, fans are going to see Boba Fett back on the big screen. Lucasfilm has almost certainly been working on a spinoff film starring the famous bounty hunter and while it’s not yet confirmed, it’s coming. What might it look like? Director Eric Demeusy has an idea he’d like to show you.
Last week, the fan-made ElfQuest trailer set the internet on fire. Today, we have an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the pointy ears behind this fan creation. Get to know your Elf ladies, and their long haired human enemies, right now.
The best part about Marvel releasing the Captain America trailer is, now we have enough footage of each Marvel character to create an Avengers fan trailer. You gotta admit, it's pretty exciting to see all the Easter Eggs piled up together — and Tony Stark directly referencing Captain America's shield, directly…
While it's no A Capella Inception , we're loving this new trailer that turns Christopher Nolan's film into an old-timey thriller. Even the BRAAAAM fog horns sound vintage. Check it out.
Watch baby Mystique rock the hell out of her 60s miniskirt in the rain, with a fully-haired Professor X, in these behind-the-scenes pictures and video from X-Men: First Class. Also check out the first First Class fan-trailer.