Archive for the ‘Trailers’ Category


Netflix has released the first full trailer for the upcoming season of their hit show “Stranger Things”.  Season 3 promises to be a change in direction that the series goes with the Hawkins kids growing up from pre-teens to full fledged teenagers.

The trailer showcases Mötley Crüe’s 1985 hit “Home Sweet Home” and features the 4th of July, monsters, romance, summer jobs and more.

It’s a bit of cross promotion for Netflix as their original film “The Dirt”, a Mötley Crüe biopic, releases this Friday on the streaming platform.

“Stranger Things” is back with its third season on July 4th, 2019.


The first full length trailer for Pixar’s upcoming “Toy Story 4” has finally dropped, and ooh buddy, is it going to wreck us all.

Take a gander.

The film is out June 21st, 2019.


HBO has released the first full length trailer for season four of their hit TV show, Game of Thrones.  The trailer was shown right before the premiere of the premium movie channel’s next big hit, True Detective.

Season four looks proper mental.  Totes obvi.  Duh.

Game of Thrones is back in March on HBO, Sunday’s at 9pm.


Darren Aronofosky’s end-of-times Biblical adventure film Noah has received the its first full trailer and judging by the looks of things, it will be this generation’s Passion of the Christ.  It’s not going to be the bloody affair that Mel Gibson’s epic was, but it looks like it’s going to at least be pretty accurate.

Starring Russell Crowe as Noah, Aronofsky will look to establish his film version of the Great Flood.  The film also stars Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Anthony Hopkins and Ray Winstone.

The film is out in March 2014.



As far as action films go, you probably couldn’t find a better one than 2011’s The Raid.  A surprising Indonesian extreme-action flick, director Gareth Evans – a pretty fantastic foreign action man – brought the goods as his action film became a cult classic. 

Evans is back with the sequel, The Raid 2: Berandal, which takes the focus of the first film but expands the scope.  The sequel will follow the first film’s main character – Rama (Iko Uwais) – as he goes undercover to infiltrate the Jakarta crime syndicate.  He has to go deep to protect his family and expose the corruption within his own police department.   The sequel looks every bit as crazy, fast paced, gory action that the first film was, which is a great thing.

The Raid 2 was recently picked up by Sony Pictures Classics for a 2014 release in the U.S.

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Fox released the first trailer for their much hyped and anticipated trailer to the X-Men: First Class sequel, X-Men: Days of Future Past, yesterday.  While the trailer doesn’t show much action or special effects (probably because the effects have not been finalized yet) the trailer opts to play on the dramatic flare.

The trailer focuses on old Professor Charles Xavier – Sir Patrick Stewart – and old Magneto – Sir Ian McKellen – enlisting older Wolverine to go back in time to convince young Charles Xavier that fighting for mutant rights is the right way to go.

We don’t see much of Bolivar Trask (Peter Dinklage) or any Sentinels, but we see much of the old gang and some new characters making their debut.

X-Men: Days of Future Past is out in May 2014.

Marvel released the debut trailer for Captain America: The Winter Soldier today to much anticipation.  The trailer, which showcases all sorts of action, features a heavy dose Samuel L. Jackson and Scarlett Johansson as well as Chris Evans, however we don’t get the opportunity to see much of Anthony Mackie’s character The Falcon – which is disappointing.

We also get a glimpse at The Winter Soldier, who is the film’s main nemesis – which is exciting.

The movie is out in April 2014.