Monthly Archives: August 2016
EuropaCorp debuted the trailer for the upcoming heart-pounding thriller titled Shut In, starring Naomi Watts as a reclusive child psychologist who takes in new deaf foster child, played by Room breakout Jacob Tremblay, only to have him disappear during a winter storm.
Well Go has released the first trailer for the tearjerker indie drama Cardboard Boxer, starring Thomas Haden Church as the titular pugilist struggling to make ends meet with the help of a new pen-pal and a trusting new friend (Terrence Howard).
Eureka Entertainment has unveiled UK poster and trailer for director Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s latest psychological suspense-thriller Creepy.
Starring Hidetoshi Nishijima, Yuko Takeuchi, Teruyuki Kagawa, Haruna Kawaguchi, Ryoko Fujino, Masahiro Higashide, and Takashi Sasano,
A second trailer has arrived online for Russian World War II epic Panfilov’s 28.
Panfilov’s heroic 28, like Leonidas’s bodyguard of 300 Spartan soldiers, became an example of incredible courage and self-sacrifice. Soviet soldiers were under the command of General Ivan Panfilov.
FilmRise has released the very NSFW trailer for Jim Hosking‘s midnight horror comedy The Greasy Strangler, which has received quite a bit of acclaim upon screening at Sundance.
Sky Elobar stars as a schlubby middle-aged man Big Brayden, along with Michael St. Michaels as his mean old dad Big Ronnie,
Created in 1980 by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez, Deathstroke is an expert assassin who has gone toe-to-toe with the Dark Knight on multiple occasions and actually beaten him more than once.
Screen Gems’ horror film Don’t Breathe easily won the weekend with an impressive $26.1 million, dethroning Suicide Squad after a three week reign.
Made for just $10 million, the Fede Alvarez-directed chiller scored an 87% Rotten Tomatoes score and earned a B+ from CinemaScore,