the devil's doorway trailer

Fans of found footage horror take note: The Devil’s Doorway looks pretty darn spooky. This fright flick finds two priests in Northern Ireland doing battle with demonic possession, bleeding statues and all sorts of loaded Catholic imagery. Watch The Devil’s Doorway trailer below.

Read More »

alpha trailer

Up until last year, Alpha was being billed as a gritty, survivalist tale about a young, lost hunter who befriends an injured wolf. And from the looks of the first trailer, that’s all it would be — with a heartwarming tale of the first boy and his dog embedded within, of course. But after the prehistoric drama starring Kodi Smit-McPhee got pushed back to the summer, it seems like Sony has flipped the marketing entirely in the latest trailer.

Read More »

Unfriended Dark Web trailer

The surprisingly effective 2014 computer-driven horror film Unfriended gets the sequel treatment with Unfriended: Dark Web. The film focuses on a teenager who finds hidden files on his new laptop, and soon learns that the previous owner has been spying on him the entire time. Watch the Unfriended: Dark Web trailer below.

Read More »

dumbo trailer

When the first strains of the haunting “Baby Mine” float over the first trailer of the live-action Dumbo, you know you’re in for some emotional damage. The animated movie that traumatized you as a kid is now a live-action film, adapted by Gothic connoisseur Tim Burton, no less. But Burton’s Disney adaptation of Dumbo surprisingly reigns back the darkness and gives us a little more of that childhood awe in the Dumbo trailer.

Read More »

the nun trailer

The Conjuring universe continues with The Nun, a new horror film from director Corin Hardy. The film delves into the backstory of the terrifying demonic nun who first popped-up in 2016’s The Conjuring 2. Watch The Nun trailer below. Sphenisciphobics need not apply!

Read More »

Cool Posts From Around the Web:

tom clancy's jack ryan trailer

The era of John Krasinski: Action Hero is here. But Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan won’t center on a typical action hero. It will follow the character’s literary origins and show us a Jack Ryan who starts off as a lowly analyst before becoming a covert agent.

The newest trailer for Amazon’s upcoming series gives us a glimpse of Jack Ryan before he becomes the Jack Ryan, the CIA agent created by Tom Clancy and immortalized by every Hollywood Action It Boy from Alec Baldwin to Harrison Ford to Ben Affleck to Chris Pine. Now, Krasinski takes up the mantle. His Jack Ryan begins as a timid desk jockey who gets roped into a dangerous covert mission in Yemen that he never signed up for.

Read More »

glow season 2 trailer

The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling are back in the GLOW season 2 trailer. Netflix’s comedy series set in the world of 1980s women’s wrestling returns later this month, with a whole new season full of body slams and emotional stakes. Watch the high-energy trailer below.

Read More »

the little stranger trailer

After winning accolades for directing 2015’s Oscar-winning RoomLenny Abrahamson returns to the scene with his first foray into horror. It’s a huge 180 for a director mostly known for offbeat indie movies like Adam and Paul, Garage, and Frank, but The Little Stranger looks like it will be an eerie and exciting next film for Abrahamson.

The Little Stranger stars Domhnall Gleeson as a country doctor who investigates strange happenings at the crumbling remnants of a once-grand mansion where he had spent his childhood. And you can watch the first trailer now.

Read More »

siberia trailer

One of the best things about the success of the John Wick series is that it’s giving Keanu Reeves plenty of work again. And yes, while some of the films seem to be heavily John Wick-adjacent, who would say no to watching Reeves kick butt and take names — this time, in Russia?

Reeves latest film is Siberia, a romantic crime thriller in which Reeves stars as an American diamond merchant who falls in with Russian hit men, and falls in love with a Russian woman.

Read More »

Green Band Trailer

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising?

This week we catch up with the Fab Five, fall in love with a boyband, follow the money to your mailbox, try to not forget leg day, and get dropped in the deep end with Rob Brydon’s latest. Read More »