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‘Good Omens’ Official Trailer: Aziraphale & Crowley’s Excellent Adventure

It’s the end of the world as we know it… but from the looks of the official trailer for Amazon Prime Video‘s Good Omens, it doesn’t plan on going quietly. In fact, it’s safe to say that the road to “The End Times” is gonna’ be a right messy one. Based on Neil Gaiman’s (American Gods) and Terry […]

‘Good Omens’: Succession Star Brian Cox Set as Voice of Death

Amazon Prime Video has heard “The Voice of Death” and it sounds like… Brian Cox? With only a day to go before the official trailer for Good Omens – the streaming service’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman (American Gods) and the late Terry Pratchett’s (Colour of Magic) 1990 novel – drops, co-author, showrunner, and wearer of many other hats Gaiman took to […]

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Trick ‘r Treat Collectors Edition Blu-Ray Release from Scream Factory in October

Trick ‘r Treat is one of the best horror films of the last 15 years. Scream Factory, an offshoot of Shout Factory, will be releasing a brand-new Collector’s Edition of the film on Blu-ray this October, just in time for your Halloween viewing parties. Director Michael Dougherty is involved in the project, and the release […]

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Red Band Teaser Trailer For Broken Lizard’s Super Troopers 2

Broken Lizard returns to the roads of Vermont with the long-awaited sequel to Super Troopers. A new red band teaser trailer shows Rabbit (Erik Stolhanske) being handcuffed to a bench while the rest of the troopers prepare to shave his… well, a part you wouldn’t normally think of having your co-workers shave for you. The […]

Sky Pulls Controversial Urban Myths Episode

Sky has announced that it will not air an upcoming episode of Urban Myths that has Joseph Fiennes playing Michael Jackson. The announcement came after the release of a trailer for the series showed Fiennes as the King of Pop was released and received a huge backlash from the Jackson family. The official statement reads: We have […]

X-Men: Apocalypse May Be The Most X-Men Movie Ever — A Review

Featuring familiar characters, a conclusion to a two-movie old storyline and the “two steps forward/one step back” approach to human/mutant relations, X-Men: Apocalypse may be the most X-Men movie ever made. Well, short of yellow and blue uniforms, anyway. Set ten years after the main events of X-Men: Days of Future Past, the film sees […]

Tom Noonan Remembers Manhunter

Of the various films based on Thomas Harris‘s Hannibal Lecter novels, 1986’s Manhunter is one of my favorites. Despite it’s achingly 1980s aesthetic and musical choices, it’s the one that focuses on the investigator over the criminals. Brian Cox played Lecter and Tom Noonan played Francis Dolarhyde, the serial killer the papers end up naming […]

Watch Three Lecters, Three Eras, One Scene (VIDEO)

Editor Matthew Morettini edited together the same scene from Thomas Harris‘s novel Red Dragon as interpreted in three different time periods by three directors. The scene sees FBI profiler Will Graham visiting Dr. Hannibal Lecter for the first time since he apprehended the man-eating killer. It is one of the best scenes in the entire […]



Trailer For Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes

It all starts with one, drugged up monkey and before you know it, life will never be the same again. But enough about my Saturday night, here’s the first actual trailer for Rupert Wyatt‘s Rise of the Planet of the Apes, starring Andy Serkis in a digitial skin, and James Franco in a lab coat. […]

Second Red Trailer: John Malkovich vs. Senility

This is my second consecutive post to contain a trailer for a movie called Red, and it appears to be a bit of a step up from the previous one. This Red is the Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner one, now becoming a Robert Schwentke movie with John Malkovich, Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, […]