Monthly Archives: January 2018
A24 has released the first trailer for its twisted horror drama Hereditary, the one of the most buzzed-about films at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.
Toni Collette, Gabriel Byrne, Alex Wolff, and Milly Shapiro star as a family haunted by their past. The directorial debut from writer-director Ari Aster is cleverly misleading in all the right ways, so you can appreciate the trailer below without fear of spoilers.
Marvel Studios has released the first trailer for Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man and the Wasp, the upcoming Ant-Man sequel that will pair Paul Rudd’s shrinking superhero Scott Lang with the MCU’s newest superhero, Evangeline Lilly’s Hope van Dyne.
Fox has released the first official trailer for Steven Soderbergh’s next film Unsane, which was shot on an iPhone and stars “The Crown” breakout Claire Foy.
It follows Foy’s character as she is placed in a mental institution against her will.
The first trailer for a sequel to Renny Harlin’s cult 1999 thriller Deep Blue Sea has finally arrived. A direct-to-video film done on a fraction of the budget started production in July last year, and many fans were pretty excited.
Deep Blue Sea 2 is directed by Darin Scott and features a cast that includes Danielle Savre, Michael Beach, and Rob Mayes. The Cape Town-shot project is set to hit Blu-Ray/DVD later this year.
Fox’s Maze Runner: The Death Cure knocked off Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle with a $23.5 million debut weekend. The final installment in the Maze Runner trilogy was again directed by Wes Ball and stars Dylan O’Brien. The Death Cure earned a B+ rating on CinemaScore.
The 2018 Sundance Film Festival wrapped Saturday in snowy Park City, Utah.
The Grand Jury Prizes went to Desiree Akhavan’s gay conversion therapy drama The Miseducation of Cameron Post (U.S. Dramatic), Derek Doneen’s harrowing child slave rescue documentary Kailash (U.S. Documentary), Tolga Karaçelik’s family-centric drama Butterflies (World Cinema Dramatic), and Talal Derki’s two-year portrait of the pressures facing children growing up in a radical Islamist family, titled Of Fathers and Sons (World Cinema Documentary).
Dark Sky Films has unveiled the first trailer and poster for the action-revenge thriller Mohawk, the second film from director Ted Geoghegan (We Are Still Here) which debuted at last year’s Fantasia Film Festival.
Starring Eamon Farren, Kaniehtiio Horn and Jonathan Huber, the film concerns two Mohawk warriors and their British lover who are pursued by murderous American military renegades hellbent on revenge.