San Andreas trailer

They say you always hurt the one you love, and movie studios love to destroy the town in which they reside. San Andreas is the latest film in which a studio throws huge money at an opportunity to demolish Los Angeles. Did that one restaurant’s valet scratch your Bentley? Reduce it to (virtual) rubble! Did that Starbucks mess up your latte again? Drop it into a chasm! Here, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is a search and rescue pilot who has to put in overtime when the Big One finally rocks California to its foundations. The film looks like disaster porn in the grand old mode; check out the San Andreas trailer below. Read More »

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Girls Season 4

“The plan is… there is no plan.” That’s Adam’s approach for dealing with Hannah’s move to Iowa in the latest Girls Season 4 trailer, but really it could be a tagline for the whole damn show. Though to be fair, even when these girls (and boys) do make plans, they have a way of going awry.

Case in point: Marnie’s decision to devote herself with music is going south as her partner proves less than committed, while Hannah’s choice to move to Iowa is throwing all of her relationships into disarray. Watch the new Girls Season 4 trailer after the jump. Read More »

The Walk

Back when the Twin Towers were still standing, thousands of people walked between them every day. But only one did so 1,350 feet above the ground.

Robert ZemeckisThe Walk is the story of that man, Philippe Petit. Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays the French high-wire artist as he plans his notorious 1974 stunt, crossing that gap against all odds, all common sense, and all legal restrictions. Watch the first The Walk teaser trailer after the jump.  Read More »

Julianne Moore in Still Alice

With just three weeks to go until the end of the year, we’ve still got several noteworthy pictures to look forward to. Among them is Still Alice, an indie drama that emerged as one of the brightest gems from this year’s TIFF crop.

Julianne Moore leads as Alice Howland, a professor and married mother of three who is diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s Disease. Alec Baldwin plays her husband, and Kristen Stewart, Kate Bosworth, and Hunter Parrish play her children. Hit the jump to watch the new Still Alice trailer. Read More »

White God trailer

We’ve all seen the “dog returns home” story, and most of us have seen animal kingdom films like Watership Down, in which we’re given a window on all-animal societies. White God appears to be akin to those sorts of stories, but with ain influence of politically minded speculative fiction as seen in films such as the recent Planet of the Apes movies. In the film from director Kornél Mundruczó, a girl is separated from her only friend, a proud mutt, with the dog abandoned by the girl’s father. But the dog doesn’t just go home alone; he becomes the leader of an army of similarly cast-off pups. The film has earned heaps of praise at festivals, and the White God trailer is awesome. Watch below. Read More »

Last Five Years trailer

The Last Five Years, the off-Broadway musical from Tony-winning composer-lyricist Jason Robert Brown, is now a film from writer/director Richard LaGravenese. It stars Anna Kendrick, who is also in Disney’s musical Into the Woods, opening later this month. While this film premiered at TIFF, it won’t open in the US until February. But you can see The Last Five Years trailer below. Read More »

The Hobbit: The Complete Journey Trailer

Since the release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, I’ve been saying that once Peter Jackson‘s Lord of the Rings prequel trilogy is released some fan will edit together an awesome epic three hour movie using all the footage. Well with The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies gearing up for release, we are already beginning to see what this might look like.

Los Angeles-based editor Joel Walden has edited together a trailer for what he calls The Hobbit: The Complete Journey, which yes combines footage from all three films into one epic film. Watch the trailer embedded after the jump.

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It Follows review

Maybe you’ve heard of It Follows. It’s a small horror movie by director David Robert Mitchell. His previous film, The Myth of the American Sleepover, was a memorable look at teen life, and this film is in a similar vein. Similar in that it shows how some aspects of teen life – mainly sex – can become scary. It Follows played at Cannes, Fantastic Fest, AFI Fest and just got into the Sundance Film Festival. So there’s a lot of buzz but, to date, no U.S. release date.

It’ll get there though because It Follows is one of the scariest films I’ve ever seen. I’ll tell you more in the coming weeks when we run our review (probably at Sundance) but for now, check out the first It Follows trailer. Read More »

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