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the gallows 2 clip

Remember The Gallows? It was a 2015 found-footage film that didn’t exactly score the best reviews but ended up hauling in $43 million worldwide on a $100,000 budget. That’s the type of hit that immediately earns a sequel, and sure enough, a Gallows sequel did get the greenlight in 2017. But all has been quiet on The Gallows front – until now. The Gallows Act II will arrive in select theaters and On Demand this month, and we have an exclusive clip to prepare you. Watch The Gallows 2 clip below.

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streaming horror most beautiful island

Welcome to 31 Days of Streaming Horror. Every day this October we’ll be highlighting a different streaming horror movie to help you get into the Halloween spirit. Today’s entry: Most Beautiful Island (2017).

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Spider-Man: Far From Home Honest Trailer

Spider-Man: Far From Home was almost the last time we got to see your favorite webslinger in the Marvel Cinematic Universe because Sony Pictures and The Walt Disney Company can’t stop arguing over who gets Peter Parker on the weekends. But thankfully, the two struck a new deal, and we’ll get to see what all the seeds planted for Spider-Man 3 and Phase Four of the MCU grow into.

Oh, there was also a whole movie where Spider-Man went on vacation and couldn’t stop thinking about Iron Man. Sounds like what the entire summer was for most Marvel fans before Spider-Man: Far From Home came out. And because of that, the movie is packed with almost as much Iron Man as there is Spider-Man. Watch the Spider-Man: Far From Home Honest Trailer for more. Read More »

frozen 2 trailer

Elsa is no longer about concealing and not feeling. The Queen of Arendelle is fully embracing her powers in Frozen 2, Disney’s highly anticipated to its 2013 mega-hit Frozen. Disney has released a new Frozen 2 trailer, which shows Elsa letting her hair down (even more), and showing off never-before-seen ice powers. Watch the new Frozen 2 trailer below.

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Ad Astra VFX

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, watch an extensive dive into the making of the visual effects for the moon sequences in the sci-fi thriller Ad Astra. Plus, listen as Kevin Smith enthusiastically and meticulously breaks down a scene from Jay and Silent Bob Reboot (in theaters this week), and find out what it takes to become part of those traveling Disney On Ice shows that families love so much. Read More »

Star Wars Resistance Season 2 Episode 2 Review

Star Wars Resistance has now certainly sailed into The Last Jedi era.

After a harrowing hyperspace jump away from the First Order clutches, the Colossus is out of the needed hyperfuel to make another space jump to safety. Kazuda Xiono (Christopher Sean) hopes the Resistance base on planet D’Qar can refuel them.

But those who watched The Last Jedi know the Colossus won’t find salvation in the base. Because as The Last Jedi era stipulates, the base is wiped out. Unable to reach Poe Dameron and General Leia Organa, Kaz teams up with the pirates to salvage a derelict Dreadnought for coaxium fuel.

However, Kaz’s previous well-intentioned, but reckless, attempt to contact Tam (Suzie McGrath) came with a huge price, dilemmas, and reckonings.  Read More »

devotion movie

Fresh off his Sundance thriller SweetheartJ.D. Dillard is switching gears to helm the Korean War epic Devotion. The biographical movie is set to star Glen Powell as an elite U.S. Navy fighter pilot who makes a heroic sacrifice during the Korean War.

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murder mystery sequel

How many more must die before Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston are satisfied? Two? Ten? These bloodthirsty actors will only keep killing more with each Murder Mystery that we get, and yet Netflix has already greenlit a sequel. Netflix is already developing a Murder Mystery sequel shortly after the crime comedy debuted on the streaming platform this summer.

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trailer round-up rattlesnake

Howdy, y’all. It’s time for us to kick the dust off our spurs and lasso ourselves another trailer round-up. So hitch your horse to the hitching post, tip your ten-gallon hat back on your head, and do other cowboy-themed stuff to make this lengthy analogy work. Below you’ll see trailers for Judy and PunchMickey and the BearPrank Encounters, and Rattlesnake.

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Ride Your Wave Review

Masaaki Yuasa has made a career out of weird yet beautifully crafted anime. From the trippy and enthralling Mind Game, to the loopy Lu Over The Wall, and even the brutally graphic and unforgiving DEVILMAN crybaby, you know you’re in for a ride when his name comes out in the credits. Though at first glance his newest feature, Ride Your Wave, may seem like his most accessible film yet, it still offers an emotional and eye-popping visual feast that is as cheesy and predictable as it is charming, touching and funny. Tears may be shed, and you’ll have the theme song stuck in your head for days. Read More »