Hateful Eight trailer leaked early

The trailer for Quentin Taratino’s snowy, blood-flecked Western Hateful Eight has leaked early in a format that Uproxx calls a “ghetto bootleg”: a clearly home-shot version from inside a (quiet) theater undoubtedly during a screening of Sin City 2, where the trailer was running all weekend. The trailer contains no spoilers sans the names of more »

The Trailer for ‘The Brittany Murphy Story’ is Here

I love you, Lifetime Movie Network. I really, really do. I appreciate the fact that you make grindhouse movies for the middle-aged aunts of the world. I adore your brand of watered down, mawkish sleaze, sincerely and genuinely. But jeepers creepers guys, you just went too far this time.

Katie’s got a gun in the trailer for the film ‘Miss Meadows’

In some ways, it’s perfect casting. While she was married to Tom Cruise, former ‘Dawson’s Creek’ hottie and Bruce Wayne love interest Katie Holmes was reduced to a series of speculative jokes about her relationship with her superstar husband, the parentage of her child Suri, and her connection to Scientology. Many believed she had become more »

Movie Review: “When the Game Stands Tall”

Have you ever had one of those moments when you think you’re saying something super important, but nobody seems to be taking you seriously? It’s almost as if the harder you try, the more laughs your so-called “message” receives. I hate to say it, but this is exactly what happened while I was watching “When more »

Movie Review: “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For”

Back in 2005, the first “Sin City” film was a match made in movie heaven. Take one of the most influential figures in comic book history in Frank Miller, add one of the most creative cinematic forces in recent times in Robert Rodriguez, combine them both with some of the newest groundbreaking, state-of-the-art film making more »

Nicolas Cage is back cashing checks in the trailer for ‘Outcast’

Just when it looks like we have Nicolas Cage all figured out, along comes the trailer for something called ‘Outcast.’ Over the last few years, the Oscar winning actor has lowered his former A-lister profile significantly by starring in, what seems like, any old script that came flying over the transom (don’t know the reference? more »

Movie Review: “If I Stay”

Now, I know I’m not supposed to go into a film with any preconceived notions. I’m supposed to judge each movie fairly without bias. Well, usually I do my best to follow this unwritten law and sometimes I get rewarded for my efforts. Once in a great while, I find myself pleasantly surprised by a more »

New ‘Fury’ trailer…same as the old ‘Fury’ trailer

As the Summer movie season slowly starts to wind down (we’re in the final two weeks, people), it’s time for the studios to start thinking about the Fall. In between the celluloid landfill of September and the Best-of Lists of December, there will be dozens of Award Season wannabes. Back in June we told you more »

Lifetime has released a trailer for “The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story” and it is insane

Lifetime movies are a strange, beautiful thing. They’re uniformly terrible, silly, and incompetent pieces of filmmaking, even by the already suspect standard of the TV movie. Two years ago “Liz & Dick,” the woefully ill-conceived Elizabeth Taylor/Richard Burton biopic starring the embattled Lindsay Lohan as Taylor, briefly captured the popular imagination and became an ironic more »

‘Equalizer’ preview used to tease Eminem/Sia single, not the other way around

You know how movie trailers these days tend to feed off the popularity and catchiness of music hit singles to boost awareness and hype? Heck, most films don’t even end up using the songs on their actual soundtracks, and oftentimes, there’s but a loose connection between the picture being advertised and the melody in the more »

‘Open Windows’ trailer: Sasha Grey is stalked, tied up and… saved by Frodo?

Against all odds and defying great prejudice, adult movie legend Sasha Grey abandoned the pornographic landscape at her peak and set out on a path of rediscovery, struggling to make it in the mainstream cinematic décor. The best chance she got at a big break came from a legend of a slightly different background and more »

William H. Macy leave Crudup and Yelchin ‘Rudderless’

  William H. Macy, the acclaimed award winning actor from such films as ‘Fargo’ and ‘Boogie Nights,’ as well as the successful Showtime series ‘Shameless,’ has entered into the directing fray with ‘Rudderless,’ his first feature behind the lens. A favorite at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, the indie effort tells the story of a more »