The Final Wish – Trailer

I hate to be a cynic–it’s safe to assume not enough that I won’t act like one–though my expectations for The Final Wish are…pretty low. I like to call this one ‘The Lin Shaye and Tony Todd Movie’ because they’re the only reason anyone is likely interested in seeing it (low blow.  I hope you’re […]

Star Trek: Discovery – Season 2 – Official Trailer

As the standard bearer for CBS All Access I’m at best ambivalent about Star Trek: Discovery. I think–from what I can deduce from the trailers–that it looks absolutely gorgeous and cinematic. That being said, subscribing to another streaming channel just to watch it seems a bit…excessive. It doesn’t help that CBS is going through all […]

Captive State – Official Trailer

Trust me, this movie has ‘sleeper’ written all over it. A thriller in the vein of V and Colony Captive State revolves around an alien invasion of the country (world?) where some humans are cooperating while others act as a rag-tag resistance. Have we seen this scenario before? Sure, but not recently and with movies […]

Sonic The Hedgehog – Motion Poster

Recently Paramount released a motion poster for their upcoming Sonic The Hedgehog movie, and it looks…interesting, to put it charitably (and I don’t mean in a good way). The biggest problem seems like the producers may be aiming for a more realistic interpretation of the over-caffeinated Erinaceomorpha (in other words, not a rodent). Though more […]

Stranger Things, Season 3 – Teaser Trailer

To be honest I’m not a huge fan of Netflix’s Stranger Things.  I don’t mean do say that I don’t enjoy the series–so far I liked both seasons, though prefer the First–but it’s always felt like it was imitating the 80’s as opposed to the characters actually living in that decade. And the reason for […]

Mortal Engines – Official Trailer #2

I really want to see this movie despite the subject matter not being as novel as the producers seem to think. I recall reading many years ago an Inhumans comic that revolved around massive cities that moved around and occasionally fought each other. Then there was Clive Barker’s In The Hills, The Cities from Volume […]

The House That Jack Built – Official US Trailer

Lars von Trier is apparently a pretty screwed-up guy.  From his flirtation with Hitler at Cannes a few years ago to  a problem with alcohol (which may be intertwined) the guy clearly has some baggage. I’m not a fan–I enjoyed 2011’s Melancholia and barely recall having seen 2009’s Antichrist–but to me he sounds like a guy teetering […]