We’ve had oodles of perfect casting announcements, we’ve had some delectable teaser images, and now, it’s finally here: our first look at Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, brought to life.
I’m serious, This is a three-minute trailer doesn’t feature a second of new footage of any of the 11 characters that were last seen kneeling in from of Negan, waiting for him to choose which one of them he’s gonna kill. Instead, it has a ton of new stuff, including characters, locales and... yep, that’s definitely a…
Also? It’s fun. It’s a lot of fun. There’s definitely some silliness here—hell, Batman even smirks after drops a minor quip after kicking Mr. Freeze in the head—but anyone looking for some good, straight-up superhero-vs.-supervillain action should be pleased. with WB Animation’s newest DC offering.
Get your dance moves in order—you know the ones—because here’s our best look yet at Fox’s new production of the Rocky Horror Picture Show It’s got more Frank-N-Furter, more Time Warp, and yes, even a teeny tiny bit of Tim Curry.
The first trailer for the much-anticipated new Transformers cartoon has rolled out at Comic-Con, offering a first look at the Machinima-made series. The verdict: man the show can’t get here quick enough.
Here’s a new trailer for an old-ish horror movie: Before I Wake, languishing unreleased since 2013 thanks to Relativity Media’s financial troubles, which have since been resolved. The not-really-latest from Mike Flanagan (Oculus, the upcoming Ouija: Origin of Evil) will be out September 9. Will it be worth the wait?
If you’re half-Vulcan, half-human, go ahead and grab a box of tissues before you hit play. Because honestly, if you still miss the dearly departed Leonard Nimoy, this will tug at your heartstrings like they were a Vulcan lute.
Operation Avalanche is a fake documentary about of the Apollo 11 moon landing, in a parallel universe of sorts where the event was faked. At that said, it’s a very real movie, which was also a real Sundance hit. And we’re proud to exclusively debut the first trailer. Really!
Hey, if you’re going to advertise an animated film in Japan, why not release footage reminiscent of its greatest anime director?
Season two of Ash vs Evil Dead is taking our hero back to Elk Grove, Michigan. And since his home state is where all his troubles started, you could say that Ash isn’t exactly happy to be going back. Especially since it interrupts his partying in Jacksonville.
Shin Godzilla is just about to premiere in Japan, and so it’s time for a new trailer. Just like the first, it’s solemn, but jam-packed with a) concerned Japanese people, and b) the King of Kaiju shrugging off some pretty hefty resistance like it’s no big deal.
The reviews are already out (including ours), but Star Trek Beyond, which opens Friday, apparently had one more trailer up its sleeve. Sulu is prominently featured, which makes sense given all the times the character has been in the news leading up to the new film’s release.
Thrawn may be the most exciting new arrival in Rebels’ third season, but he’s hardly the only one—sounds like we’re also going to get to meet a young Imperial pilot who wants to defect to the Rebellion,who happens to be named Wedge. But that’s just the tip of the X-Wing of the fun in this giant trailer.
On the left, the classic poster for John Carpenter’s genre-making slasher film Halloween. On the right, the poster for Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween. It’s kind of clever and inspired, but also utterly disturbing and terrifying—a rare combination that I almost have to admire, to be honest.
China still isn’t sure if it’ll release Ghostbusters, but the country’s filmgoers won’t be lacking for supernatural insanity if it doesn’t. Witness the trailer for fantasy epic League of Gods, touted as a riff on the X-Men though it’s actually inspired by ancient Chinese mythology. It’s a CGI smorgasbord, and it looks…
Whether or not J.A. Bayona’s new film A Monster Calls ends up being any good, we can say one thing for sure: it’s going to be beautiful. And, let’s be honest, if this trailer is any indication, it’ll probably be exceedingly good, too.
Let’s Be Evil is a students-vs.-teachers movie, where the students are pint-sized brainiacs amassed in isolation, where they’re taught with virtual-reality tech that seems prone to going haywire. The teachers, if they can even be called that, are just a trio of chaperones who don’t seem to know what they’re doing.…
“We will release 2,000 films by the year 2000.” It was an ambitious statement spoken by Empire Pictures president Charles Band in 1986—perhaps even a doomed one. A new documentary sets out to reveal what contributed to this B-movie studio’s downfall, as well as celebrate its gloriously cheesy triumphs.
The viral Japanese webcomic and manga One Punch Man was finally turned into an excellent, frequently ludicrous anime by Madhouse last year, and it was a brilliant take on over the top superhero action. But good news! It’s finally coming to the West on Adult Swim’s Toonami—and it’s coming very soon.
Famed director Terrence Malick has made a documentary that apparently covers the entire life of the universe... in 40 minutes. Warning: This trailer may blow your mind.