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I don't know about the rest of you, but I'm definitely ready for more comedienne led films. One of my biggest films from last year (which you'll find on this handy list) was the Jenny Slate vehicle, Obvious Child. The two ma...


I'm normally not a fan of biopics as they're usually hokey, but this first Red Band trailer for N.W.A.'s biopic Straight Outta Compton looks much better than other other ones out right now. It doesn't seem cheesy like those ...


Unfinished Business (formerly titled Business Trip) stars Vince Vaughn as some kind of business man who starts his own company (with partners Dave Franco and Tom Wilkinson) after getting fired. Then they travel to Europe in ...


I don't really know what's going on in this first teaser for The Gambler (featuring a slimmed down Mark Wahlberg), but I dig it. Most films that deliver an expletive spouting John Goodman are pretty much winners in my book. ...




With every trailer and clip for Dear White People I see, I fall more and more in love with the idea. But until now, we've never had a proper look at the film's plot. Basically, a cartoonishly white fraternity wants to throw ...


The V/H/S series has always scared the heck out of me. I don't why these films hit me harder than any other found footage film, but they just do. I think it might be the static in between vignettes as they give me the feelin...


After watching this latest Red Band trailer for Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's latest film, The Interview, I think I'm okay with its push from October to December. There are some good jokes here as the trailer reveals more o...


The ABCs of Death was a neat experiment in which twenty six different directors took a letter of the alphabet and crafted a horror short. With as frantic of a premise as that naturally some of the segments were more enjoyabl...


Opening later this week, I'm pretty interested in As Above, So Below. Although I don't like the title, I've always wanted someone to utilize that giant grave site under the streets of France for some kind of horror thriller. It may look a bit more generic than I initially thought, but I'm hoping the setting helps alleviate some of that feeling.  As Above So Below releases August 29th. 


Hot Tub Time Machine is an acquired taste. By that I mean it's not particularly funny or interesting, yet folks seem attached to it anyhow. Now that John Cusack has dropped out (I guess once he realized the film really isn't...


As Flixist's News Editor, I've seen so many trailers they eventually start bleeding into each other. Premises start sounding the same, jokes sound the same, and then things stop being entertaining. And then there's Walk of S...


It shouldn't be too much of a surprise that the sequel to the hilarious 21 Jump Street will be crammed full of cuss words and other R-rated antics, but just in case you were worried here is a red band trailer confirming...


It is an interesting transformation to see Seth Rogen go from playing schluby, sweet, stoney screw-ups to a new father who is worried about neighborhood parties waking his baby. But Rogen plays a good dorky dad, and ...


Let's Be Cops stars New Girl alums (Wait, are they alums if they're still a part of the show? Whatever) Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. as two guys who go to a costume party dressed as police officers, decide they like pre...


I'm not quite sure we're all actually excited enough for Sabotage, because we really should be. After the last red band I thought we'd all be on board with Arnold taking on a drug cartel with a bunch of other awesome people ...


Best Night Ever seeks to parody the likes of party films such as Spring Breakers and every bacholerette party movie ever. What Best Night Ever fails to do, however, is make any of it funny. Although it's most likely too earl...


Homefront is a film, written by Sylvester Stallone, starring Jason Statham as an ex-DEA agent who has to eventually confront the druglord Gator, played by James Franco. How has this film not been hyped more? If you're lookin...


Disclaimer: If you want to save some of the more dramatic killing action in Robert Rodriguez's sequel to Machete; Machete Kills, you may want to not watch this trailer. Disclaimer 2: This trailer is very red band, and basica...


The past few Riddick trailers have been pretty redundant, and didn't show off Riddick to the level of badassness that the guy really deserves. Evidently that was because they weren't showing any blood. This new restricted tr...


The final part of the Hangover trilogy (Trilogy? Who knew?) releases in just a little under six days so that means there's well enough time to squeeze in one final Red Band trailer. If none of the previous material convinced...


Rapture-palooza (with a newly minted hyphen) should be taken as is and nothing more. It's a straight to VOD (with a limited theater run) comedy about the Rapture that happens to star lots of recognizable faces releasing arou...


Here's a new red band trailer for the Coen Brothers's Inside Llewyn Davis, and it's pretty similar to the previous trailer for Inside Llewyn Davis back in January. There's some new and different snippets of footage slipped i...


We finally have an honest to goodness trailer for Nicolas Winding-Refn's Only God Forgives. It's the first U.S. trailer I've seen, and I am about as excited as I am capable of being for this film. That is to say, I want to s...


This new Red Band trailer for This is the End has enough new content and hints of plot (it seems to be a biblical apocalypse) to help you figure out what kind of movie it's going to be. It's filled to the brim with comedians...


As the release of Harmony Korine's Spring Breakers approaches, a new red band trailer for the film has dropped. You've got the ladies (Vanessa Hudgens, Rachel Korine, Selena Gomez, and Ashley Benson), you've got the skeevy g...


Last month we posted the first trailer for Danny Boyle's Trance, starring James McAvoy, Rosario Dawson, and Vincent Cassel. It looked like your basic art caper/crime film at first, but then it shifts into psychological thril...


Movie 43, which unfortunately is not a sequel to 42, is a collection of short stories starring notable people. They're supposed to be "super raunchy" and "more shocking than ever" a la Kentucky Fried Movie. So here's a new R...


Kink is the James Franco produced documentary the explores the BDSM website, Kink.com. This trailer proves that the documentary won't be sex acts, but the process and mentality about sustaining the entertainment behind it. T...


We're coming up on Schwarzenegger's all out return to action cinema with director Kim Jee-woon's The Last Stand. In case you were concerned that the aging actor had lost his R-rated edge this violent and cuss-fille...


Man, you wouldn't believe how much trouble I went through to find a header that wasn't too gruesome for this post! I mean, sweet Jebus. Like the last Red Band trailer (I assume that's the only way trailers for Evil Dead can ...


Well, for a movie I didn't even know existed, this trailer for This is the End tickled my funny bone just enough to make me want more. Based on the short film Jay and Seth vs. The Apocalypse, This is the End t...


I'm really excited for this. The Heat seems to allow Sandra Bullock to unwind a little, or at the very least, it'll be one of the few times we'll get to see her curse like a sailor. I'll admit that I'll be seeing this becaus...


I had some former knowledge of the book John Dies at the End by David Wong, and I knew that it was essentially batsh*t insane, but this is the first trailer I've seen for the film adaptation, and woo boy is it ever wack...


While the first trailer seemed to borderline entertaining, this new "VIBE exclusive" Red Band trailer seems to go for the kitchen sink...and subsequently loses me. There are sex "jokes" out the wazoo, Marlon's "motherf***ing...


First off, this is just barely a red-band video. It actually doesn't even have the red 'rated R' warning that the term 'red-band' is derived from, so maybe it's not even official. Either way, there's a curse word or tw...


ABCs of Death is a horror anthology much like V/H/S and the Treehouse of Horror episodes of The Simpsons. Except this time, there are 26 directors involved with each of them being assigned a letter of the alphabet. Then they...


As much as I think the idea of a movie like Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters existing is utterly stupid, I do have to admit this Red Band trailer for the film is a vast improvement over the first trailer. There's plenty ...


Here's what we've been waiting for folks. Ever since that lucky jerk Matt described the teaser trailer from Comic Con a few weeks back, I've been waiting very impatiently for the actual footage to release...an...


Movie 43 is a beast of a thing. It's jam packed with so many famous people (naming all of them here could take all damn day, but highlights include Emma Stone, Hallie Berry, and Hugh Jackman) and is directed by a good deal o...


I have a weird relationship with horror movies. I love them, but not because they frighten me. No, instead I get a perverse joy out of watching other people get scared, and often I have to convince a friend or two to wa...






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