Hamilton documentary trailer

Those who want a Hamilton movie are just gonna have to wait for it, but in the meantime PBS will try and tide us over with a TV special. As part of the long-running Great Performances series, the network is airing Hamilton’s America, a documentary special that delves into the creation of the Broadway smash hit, the real-life history behind it, and its relevance to current hot-topic issues.

Fans can look forward to interviews with Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel MirandaLeslie Odom Jr. (Aaron Burr), Christopher Jackson (George Washington), and others involved with the production, plus new footage of performances by the original cast. But you can really tell what a phenomenon this show is by the kinds of talking heads this documentary has attracted: everyone from Nas to Stephen Sondheim to President Barack Obama. Watch the Hamilton documentary trailer below.  Read More »

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Incorporated trailer

Last year we told you that longtime BFFs Matt Damon and Ben Affleck would be teaming up again on a futuristic spy thriller series called Incorporated for Syfy. The first Incorporated trailer has hit the web, and you can get your first look at the upcoming Damon/Affleck-produced Syfy series after the jump.
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Fan Edited Ghost in the Shell trailer

Last night, Paramount Pictures and Dreamworks released five brief teaser trailers for the upcoming English-language live-action adaptation of Ghost in the Shell starring Scarlett Johansson attached to the finale of Mr. Robot (a clever place to premiere the spots if you ask me). If you missed the five Ghost in a Shell teaser trailers, check them out. /Film reader Tim Gonzales decided to try to edit the five teaser clips together into a proper one-minute-long teaser trailer. If you’re not yet excited about this film, hit the jump and check out the fan edited Ghost in the Shell teaser trailer.
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The Red Turtle trailer

Studio Ghibli is venturing into new territory. The animation house’s first international co-production is The Red Turtle, a gorgeous fable from Dutch animator Michaël Dudok De Wit. While not a Studio Ghibli release per se, this wordless wonder is certainly worthy of standing with the Japanese giant’s other titles. The story and art are deceptively simple, spinning a tale of an unfortunate man stranded on a desert island, but what eventually emerges is a moving meditation on the cycle of life.

The Red Turtle has already won over audiences at Cannes and TIFF (among other festivals) and is now preparing to set sail for U.S. theaters. Check out the new The Red Turtle trailer below.  Read More »

Newtown Trailer

On December 14, 2012, a gunman entered Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut and shot 20 children aged between 6 and 7 years old, as well as six adult staff members. It’s the kind of horror that you hope one can’t even imagine, but it became a real life nightmare for the parents and families of the murdered children and school employees. Now a new documentary looks at how the small town is recovering a few short years later.

Newtown premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and was acquired this past summer for a release this fall. Now the first trailer for the documentary has arrived, profiling the parents who lost their children in the vicious act, as well as a surviving teacher, one of the emergency room doctors who took care of the victims, and even some of the survivors who witnessed this tragedy firsthand.

Watch the Newtown trailer after the jump. Read More »

phantasm ravager trailer

Don Coscarelli‘s Phantasm is one of my favorite horror movies, a dreamy, surreal, intentionally obtuse and beautifully frustrating gem that has developed a passionate cult following over the decades since its 1979 release. The first three sequels (which arrived in 1988, 1994, and 1998) are a more of a mixed bag, ranging wildly in quality even as they maintain the original’s lunatic ambition and imagination. I may not love the sequels as I love the original, but man, I’m sure glad they’re around.

That brings us to Phantasm: Ravager, the fifth and final film in the series that is set to make its world premiere at Fantastic Fest this weekend. The film’s trailer has arrived to celebrate its impending screening and…well, let’s just say that this looks like one for the fans.

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Maybe I’m a man of simple pleasures, but I find it impossible to hate the trailer for any movie that features Charlie Day doing an old-timey boxer pose. So I certainly don’t hate the Fist Fight trailer, which looks silly and lowbrow and dumb, but also…maybe funny? I see a lot of funny people in this footage, so this is a situation where I’m fully prepared to keep my fingers crossed.

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Ghost In The Shell movie

Timed with Wednesday night’s broadcast of the Mr. Robot season finale, Paramount treated us to our first look at the upcoming live-action Ghost in the Shell movie. After the jump, you can watch all five of the new Ghost In The Shell teaser trailers.
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The Walking Dead Season 7 trailer Khary Payton as Ezekiel

So much of the promotion for The Walking Dead season 7 has centered around Negan — who he is, how he’ll shake things up, what really happened when he swung his trusty bat in the season 6 finale. But he’s not the only reason to look forward to the next run of episodes. The latest Walking Dead season 7 trailer shifts the spotlight to new character Ezekiel (Khary Payton), leader of the Kingdom and best friend to an adorable yet intimidating tiger named Shiva. Morgan (Lennie James) gets quite a bit of screentime too. Check it out below.  Read More »