The first trailer for I Saw the Light, the Hank Williams biopic starring Tom Hiddleston had arrived. I was hoping for something different this time around for a musical bio, but alas, it’s Ray and Walk the Line all over the place. No one wants to do anything different and take risks anymore I guess.
A new creepier (somehow) Crimson Peak trailer from Guillermo Del Toro has arrived and it’s great of course. The gothic horror/romance has been on our radar since it was first announced; Toro’s return to the genre is not to be taken lightly. The film takes place in a massive mansion that “breathes, bleeds … and
Despite the hype built up around it, Pacific Rim ended up being…I hesitate to use the word disappointing because I still found it highly entertaining so lets simply say that it could have been better. From the looks of this new trailer for Crimson Peak I’d say that Guillermo del Toro is back on top
The reaction for the King Kong reboot Skull Island at Comic-con back in July was at best a confusing one; but now that we know some more information, it’s sounding like a solid project that caught a lot of people off guard. It’s official now that Jordan Vogt-Roberts (The Kings of Summer) will direct Skull
Here is the first trailer for Thor: The Dark World the Alan Taylor-directed sequel starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman and Tom Hiddleston, the film opens November 8th. If you were a fan of the first movie, this one will likely grab your attention. No more back story, they get right to the action which looks
Here is the new trailer for Marvel’s The Avengers, the movie was written and directed by Joss Whedon, opens May 4, and stars a lot of pretty looking people. There will be explosions, big set pieces, and a lot of extras running for their lives. Will there be a decent character-driven story? I still can’t
The first trailer for Steven Spielberg’s War Horse has been released, it looks like another fantastic looking epic Spielberg film. Don’t expect too much “gore war” as this is being sold as a film for “all ages”. The film on the novel by Michael Morpurgo, stars Jeremy Irvine as the lead character Albert, a young