Avengers Age of Ultron

Ain’t no party like an Avengers party, because an Avengers party will inevitably get interrupted by a deranged robot with murder on its mind. At least, that seems to be the main takeaway from the new Avengers: Age of Ultron clip that debuted during tonight’s episode of Agents of SHIELD.

Watch the Avengers Age of Ultron clip after the jump.

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Paddington

Paddington hit a snag this summer when lead voice actor Colin Firth dropped out, with both sides mutually agreeing that he “didn’t seem to fit.” After a few weeks of searching, Ben Whishaw was brought on as his replacement. Today, we finally have our first listen at Whishaw’s take on the beloved Brit bear thanks to a new Paddington trailer. Check it out after the jump.

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The Last Scout trailer

We’re thinking about sci-fi as all the reviews hit for Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar; meanwhile here’s the trailer for an independent film that also deals with mankind looking to the stars when situations go bad on Earth. In The Last Scout the situation on Earth is far more dire, leading a ship that contains essentially the remnants of humanity to explore space in search of a new home. It’s a little bit Battlestar Galactica, and a little bit drawn from a few other shows and films you like. But that might be alright. Check out The Last Scout trailer after the break. Read More »

comet trailer

Every once in a while, you go to the movies with no idea what you’re about to see and witness something special. Even something miraculous, cinema in its purest form, without hype or expectations. That happened to me this summer when I saw Sam Esmail‘s Comet.

In Comet, Justin Long and Emmy Rossum star as a couple whose entire relationship is viewed in a series of connected scenes that change, transform and surprise in a multitude of ways. It opens in limited release December 5 and now the first trailer is here. Check out the Comet trailer below. Read More »

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night trailer

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is a stylish and moody feature debut from very promising writer/director Ana Lily Amirpour. In this film, Amirpour combines a hearty set of influences — Iranian culture, Westerns, rock and roll films, and horror icons — to create a unique take on the vampire genre. It’s a sultry and compelling film, with all the energy of the late ’80s and early ’90s independent scene but a personality that isn’t quite like any of the influences it draws from. I can’t wait to see what Amirpour does next; in the meantime I’m ready to see this one again. Check out the new A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night trailer below.

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Nightcrawler red-band trailer

This Nightcrawler red-band trailer is unusual. Most red-band trailers are restricted because of the language or images contained in the film footage. In this one, most of the foul language comes from critic quotes praising the film. (Though the characters spew a few choice lines, too.)

And, yeah, Nightcrawler is great; as bitingly funny as it is brutally disturbing. Jake Gyllenhaal shines as a very determined man who finds a career path freelancing in scummy late-night cable news.  And while some people might find their road to success blocked by little things such as morals or a conscience, this character isn’t much troubled by such things. This trailer doesn’t give much away, but you’ll get to see Gyllenhaal getting into action. Read More »

Late Phases trailer

I’m a sucker for a werewolf film, and Late Phases may have just enough of a unique spin to set it apart from the plentiful collection of not-so-good werewolf movies we’ve seen over the years. In the film directed by Adrian Garcia Bogliano (Here Comes the Devil, Penumbra) from a script by Eric Stolze (no, not Eric Stoltz) a blind veteran (played by Nick Damici of Stake Land) movies to a retirement community. There, he runs across a werewolf — as you might expect, right? From there, the movie turns into a battle of blind soldier versus werewolf, and that’s pretty much all I need to know. Watch the Late Phases trailer below. Read More »

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 dig into the ripple effect within Penn State’s football program circa the Sandusky era, revisit an arsonist, be inspired by the portrait of an artist as an old man, find out what being abandoned in the frozen tundra can do to a person, say hi again to Nathalie Fay, and get political for a couple of minutes in the Ukraine.

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