The Endless teaser trailer returns to a cult

Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead are a couple of names that need no introduction around these parts—they’ve been longtime supporters of our small community, who also happen to make ridiculously good movies, so I’m always excited to share their work with you guys. Following their poignant monsterpiece Spring (one of my favorite films of the […]

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The rats are here for Stephen King’s 1922 trailer

It’s the year of the Stephen King adaptation, with both Gerald’s Game and 1922 following The Dark Tower and IT—I would imagine we’ll be seeing even more next year thanks to the amazing success of the latter. But before we start thinking about what’s to come, let’s focus on 1922, Netflix’s second King adaptation this […]

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Trailer for social slasher Tragedy Girls

One of my favorite movies that I caught out of Fantasia this year was Tyler MacIntyre’s social slasher Tragedy Girls (read my review here), and it now finally has a trailer just ahead of its release next month. While it doesn’t exactly reinvent the wheel, it brings a fresh (and hilarious) twist on the slasher genre; […]

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Sinister trailer for The Killing of a Sacred Deer

Would you look at that. A24 is at it again with yet another genre piece, this time from the dude who made the weird as shit yet wholly entertaining The Lobster. And The Lobster himself, Colin Farrell, returns alongside director Yorgos Lanthimos for The Killing of a Sacred Deer, which has been cleaning up the festival circuit. […]

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Murder and mayhem in the trailer for Leatherface

The wait has been long for Leatherface, a prequel to Tobe Hooper’s iconic slasher The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. And while the franchise has finally entered straight-to-VOD territory (a sure sign of fatigue), it’s hard to ignore the ridiculous talent behind it—that’s right, Inside duo Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo are bringing the chainsaw-wielding madman back to life. While the franchise […]

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Nobody gets hurt in the trailer for 68 Kill

Put Matthew Gray Gubler and AnnaLynne McCord in a movie and you’re likely going to get something pretty awesome—insert Troma alum Trent Haaga and you have the assured madness of 68 Kill, a film that left quite the impression out of its SXSW premiere. How could you possibly ignore a blood-soaked heist movie led by a loony AnnaLynne […]

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