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New Venom trailer is better than last

Remember that first Venom trailer? The one without Venom in it, that looked awful? I sure do. I've been a fan of Spider man and his cavalcade of villains for a long time, but I was in no way excited by Sony's first showing of their attempt ...

 
 
 
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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom trailer is bananas

I wasn't a huge fan of Jurassic World when it first came out, but I can tell you that I liked that fact that it ended with t-rex, a raptor, and a genetically modified dino fighting it out in an obvious homage to early Hollywood m...

 
 
 
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Incredible 2 has an incredibles new trailer

People are pretty amped up for Incredibles 2, and its pretty easy to see why. Pixar almost never delivers a bad movie, and they seem pretty immune to sequalitis (the disease that makes most sequels worse than the first film). In fact aside...

 
 
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American Animals trailer shows off a fratboy heist

There's something about the "people who have absolutely no business committing a crime try to commit it anyway" flavor of dark comedy that makes it one I can never get enough of, and with how stellar last year's I, Tonya was, I'm certainly...

 
 
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The Meg trailer

As a kid, I always enjoyed learning facts about prehistoric animals. Things like the length of a Brontosaurus (70 feet), how fast a raptor could run (40 mph), or the number of teeth a T-Rex had (50). It felt good to have that knowledge pac...

 
 
 
 
 
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Ethan Hawke is a reverend on the brink in First Reformed

Crisis of faith movies are a bit of a common thing in cinema, so initially when I saw that Ethan Hawke was going to play a reverend coming to grips with his beliefs I was ready to write it off, but then when I saw that Paul Schrader was wri...

 
 
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Vampire Clay trailer showcases the best kind of weird

We got movies with killer tomatoes. We got movies with killer cars. We got movies with killer vaginas and penises. We got movies with killer hair extensions. The film industry has no shortage of creators saying, "I bet this could kill you,"...

 
 
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Andrew Garfield loses his mind in Under the Silver Lake

In his follow-up to 2014's It Follows, director David Robert Mitchell pivots to a neo-noir thriller surrounding a sudden disappearance and one man's impulsive, conspiracy-addled search. Starring Andrew Garfield, the film portends an Illumi...

 
 
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Cloak & Dagger trailer: nothing to do with Trump, Putin

If your comic book movies and television shows have been feeling a bit too grown up for you, enter Cloak & Dagger. Freeform's new Marvel show promises all the perks of a comic book series with all the jerks of a teenage drama. Oh boy. ...

 
 
 
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First trailer for Tag has plenty of touching

That cast, though. I think Tag is kind of a silly concept for a movie even if it is based on a true story of a bunch of guys who just played tag for a month every year. But the cast. The cast makes this movie entirely worthwhile. You've ju...

 
 
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New Infinity War trailer drops as tickets go on sale

Get hype, people.  Avengers: Infinity War is barrelling towards us like the damn hulkbuster, and with this new trailer it's hard not to get goosebumps. This is our best look yet at Thanos in action, and features a heavier dose of...

 
 
 
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Tommy Wiseau starring in upcoming Scary Love

Tommy Wiseau, a man known for making a movie all on his own without any vision or preparation or any idea what he was doing and somehow pulling it off, will be bringing his singular personality to a new project sometime in the future. After...

 
 
 
 
 
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HBO's Fahrenheit 451 has a new teaser that's straight fire

HBO released a trailer today for Fahrenheit 451, a film adaption of Ray Bradbury's pivotal science-fiction novel. The film stars Michael B. Jordan as the protagonist/lover of fire Guy Montag, and Michael Shannon as the stern Captain Beatty....

 
 
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Lou DiMaggio is going back to his stand-up roots

The list of comedians who cut their teeth in '80s New York is impressive as it is exhaustive. The likes of Jerry Seinfeld, Robin Williams, Larry David, Andy Kaufman, Ray Romano, and many, many more put in work at the Catch A Rising Star co...

 
 
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The Jurassic Dead has trailer, zero originality

If you've ever wondered what you'd get if Jurassic World met The Walking Dead and they had a love child born of some sort of maniacal orgy with Duke Nukem, Resident Evil, The Toxic Avenger, and the special effects of Sharktopus, boy a...

 
 
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Ismael's Ghosts and a lesson in presumption

Ismael's Ghosts is your typical love story: Boy falls in love with girl. Boy marries girl. Girl is presumed dead. Boy moves on. Girl comes back twenty years later. Boy freaks out. It's a tale as old as time. Almost like Rome...

 
 
 
 
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The first Incredibles 2 trailer is here

We've all had to wait wait a long time for this, but it's finally here. Incredibles 2 has a full trailer full of incredible sequel things. Well, mostly just parenting. Of course that's what made the The Incredibles so g...

 
 
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Check out this wonky-ass monster in Koujin trailer

I'll start by leveling with you here. I don't speak a word of Japanese. This trailer is totally in Japanese. But what's on display here goes beyond language. You have a giant monster (crocodile or maybe a salamander) tearing up shit throug...

 
 
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A Quiet Place gets a new trailer with actual words

John Krasinski's upcoming horror thriller has a new trailer, and in it, we get a peek into why the world is in the state that its in. As Emily Blunt stares at multiple televisions with a reporter using the words "worldwide devastation," we...

 
 
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A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2 gets a second trailer

A Series of Unfortunate Events was one of my favorite book series growing up. It was morbid, dark, and had a very British sense of humor. Thus far, Netflix has been doing a bang up job adapting the series. Season 1 had plenty of twists and...

 
 
 
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TIFF buzzed Outside In gets LA/NY release date

Newest film from director/writer Lynn Shelton (Your Sister’s Sister, Laggies) Outside In, starring Jay Duplass and Edie Falco, releases in Los Angeles and New York on March 30th and on all digital platforms April 3rd.   Out...

 
 
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First trailer for Venom doesn't give up the goods

When Sony announced they were still moving forward with some of their "Spider-Man Cinematic Universe" ideas before gently sitting under Marvel's Avengers umbrella, the most intriguing project to come out of this was Venom.  Starr...

 
 
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Season 2 of Jessica Jones now has its first trailer

The first trailer for the second season of Jessica Jones sure looks like its jumping off from all the strong points of the first season. It's dark, moody, full of Jessica being a bad ass, psychologically challenging, and plays up...

 
 
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Deadpool prefers tea in bags in new Deadpool 2 trailer

Because everyone deserves a smile on their face, we bring you a new, full-length, Untitled Deadpool Sequel trailer featuring more of Josh Brolin's Cable and your favorite man in a red suit. As with the earlier Bob Ross ...

 
 
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Death Wish gets the grindhouse trailer treatment

In anticipation of its release in less than a month, the team behind Eli Roth's Death Wish released a new red band trailer in the style of grindhouse movies that have played an integral role in Roth's love of movies. The style while seeming...

 
 
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Super Bowl TV spot for Skyscraper features tall building

Dwayne Johnson can do no wrong (well, almost no wrong). The guy just makes blockbusters, and not much looks more blockbustery than Skycraper, a movie where Johnson must traverse a really tall building in order to save his family from evil ...

 
 
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Super Bowl TV spot for Mission Impossible: Fallout

In the latest installment of the Mission Impossible series, Tom Cruise is being Tom Cruise. He's riding motors. He's talking to beautiful women. Oh--hey, Ving Rhames! He's breaking his ankle doing his own stunts. And th...

 
 




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Super Troopers 2"2 Supe 2 Troop"

 

I Feel Pretty"Pretty dated"

 

Acrimony"Its first divorce is from reality"

 

Ghost Stories"Booooooo (the disapproving kind, not the scary kind)"

 

Wildling"Nothing to do with Game of Thrones"

 

Blumhouse's Truth or Dare"Truth: this movie sucks"

 

Rampage"Needs more rampaging"

 

Best F(r)iends (Volume 1)"I did not think they'd pull it off again, I did nahhht."

 

A Quiet Place"Shhhhhhh"

 

SXSW Blockers"The true film title has a large 'chicken' in front of it"

 

You Were Never Really Here"Stop [exploiting children]. It's hammer time."

 

Sherlock Gnomes"Gnomebody gives a shit about this franchise"

 

Ready Player One"Insert nerdy culture reference here"

 

The Endless"Returning to a cult is never a good idea"

 

SXSW Social Animals"I bet this post gets so many likes"

 

SXSW Prospect"There's gold in them stars! Gooooold!"

 

SXSW The Dawn Wall"Find the biggest screen you can and watch now"

 

Isle of Dogs"It's Wes Anderson"

 

Pacific Rim: Uprising "You Can (Not) Advance"

 

Game Over, Man!"Let's hope there are no extra lives"

 

Ramen Heads"Ramen doc lacks focus in more ways than one"

 

Love, Simon"Gay teen romance, sponsored by Google and Oreos"

 

Tomb Raider"Not nearly enough rebar through the abdomen"

 

Jessica Jones season 2"You thought it couldn't get darker?"

 
 
 
 
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