FILM TRAILERS Category

It would be absolutely impossible to top the 2003 Christmas classic Bad Santa, and maybe that’s why Bad Santa 2 received a lukewarm response when it hit theaters. That being said, watching bumbling crook Willie Soke (Thornton) team up with his consistently angry sidekick Marcus (Tony Cox) for another preposterous caper is definitely worth watching. [...]


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Zombie apocalypse movies are a dime a dozen, but the new film The Girl With All The Gifts puts an innovative spin on the well worn genre.

Set in the near future, a young girl named Melanie (Sennia Nanua) has a special bond with a nurturing teacher named Miss Justineau (Gemma Arterton). They both live [...]


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Maria Valverde is an actress who’s been on our radar thanks to her work in the epic drama Guernica and filmmaker Ridley Scott’s Exodus: Gods and Kings). Her latest film, Ali and Nino, is also an ambitious and sweeping drama, and it hits DVD via IFC Films on March 21.

The picture, which opens [...]


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Directed and penned by Jordan Peele, Get Out centers on Chris (Daniel Kaluuya), an African American man travels with his girlfriend Rose (Allison Williams) to meet her parents (Catherine Keener, Bradley Whitford).

Rose’s parents, as well as the people who live in the community, may seem welcoming upon first impression, [...]


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Oscar winning actress Brie Larson lands her biggest role to date with the big budget epic Kong: Skull Island, a movie that’s directed by The Kings of Summer filmmaker Jordan Vogt-Roberts. To effectively capture the film’s visual scope, the production traveled to three continents in over six months, shooting in Oahu, Australia’s [...]


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Dane DeHaan (Chronicle, Lawless) has his meatiest role to date in the 146-minute thriller A Cure for Wellness. Directed by Gore Verbinski (Rango, The Lone Ranger), the story centers on Lockhart (DeHaan), an unscrupulous executive who’s tasked with finding his company’s missing CEO. What starts out as a seemingly innocuous trip [...]


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On this week’s episode of CinemAddicts, we cover director Gore Verbinski’s (Rango, The Lone Ranger) latest effort A Cure for Wellness and the horror anthology XX.

In A Cure for Wellness, Dane DeHaan is an ambitious executive named Lockhart who’s sent to the Swiss Alps to retrieve the company’s missing CEO. Upon entering the wellness center, [...]


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Based on the New York Times bestselling book, The Shack centers on Mack Phillips (Sam Worthington), a man who’s struggling with his faith. After receiving a mysterious letter that leads him to an abandoned shack in the Oregon wilderness, Mack goes on a life changing journey spurred on by three strangers.

Though the movie [...]


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Dan Stevens, who can currently be seen in FX’s ambitiously surreal Legion, has another interesting project just around the corner. In The Ticket, the Downton Abbey vet plays James, a blind man who inexplicably regains his vision.

Instead of deepening his faith [...]


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Dominic Rains (A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night) delivers subtle yet ultimately powerful work as the lead in Burn Country, a drama which is a blend of a fish out of water tale and a film noir driven thriller. Osman (Rains) is a former fixer who helped journalists navigate their way in Afghanistan, and [...]


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