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Resident Evil: The Final Chapter ¬ Trailer

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter ¬ Trailer

Even when they’re at their least comprehensible, the Resident Evil films have been a strong showcase for Milla Jovovich as an action hero and watching her find new and bloody ways to combat armies of monsters, mutants, and zombies has, more often than not, been worth the price of admission. Now, the series looks...

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Kickboxer: Vengeance ¬ Trailer

Kickboxer: Vengeance ¬ Trailer

In the later phase of his career, Jean-Claude Van Damme doesn’t really seem to care much anymore. He had a bit of a resurgence after making fun of himself in JCVD and he might get a chance to do that again with an Amazon series that would have the actor playing an exaggerated version of himself as an undercover...

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King Arthur: Legend of the Sword ¬ Trailer

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword ¬ Trailer

Guy Ritchie’s take on this classic myth stars Charle Hunnam as Arthur, Jude Law as the villainous Vortigern, Annabelle Wallis as Maid Maggie, Eric Bana as Uther Pendragon, Djimon Honsou as Sir Bedevere, and Aidan Gillen as Goosefat Bill. Guy Ritchie co-wrote the film with Joby Harold (Edge of Tomorrow) and...

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Hands of Stone ¬ Trailer

Hands of Stone ¬ Trailer

Few sports are as inherently cinematic as boxing. Whether you care for it or not, two men entering a ring armed only with their strength, their speed, and their raw determination is just plain dramatic. It’s a game of stunning comebacks and upsets. It’s a world of dizzying highs and painful lows. Boxing stories,...

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The Magnificent Seven ¬ Trailer

The Magnificent Seven ¬ Trailer

Even though the blockbuster summer will be over in just a few weeks, that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of excitement yet to come this fall. In fact, the arrival of the forthcoming remake of The Magnificent Seven looks just as good if not better than some of the best releases this summer has seen. Denzel Washington...

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Goat ¬ Trailer

Goat ¬ Trailer

It’s no secret that fraternity hazing can be an nasty and demeaning experience. Even films and TV series that show Greek life in an affectionate light feature at least a few scenes of pledges undertaking painful or humiliating tasks. But Andrew Neel‘s Goat, which premiered at Sundance earlier this year, reveals...

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Imperium ¬ Trailer

Imperium ¬ Trailer

You’ve gotta hand it to Daniel Radcliffe. While he’ll probably always best be known for playing the Boy Who Lived, he’s made some really interesting and eclectic choices post-Harry Potter. You can currently see him playing a tech whiz in Now You See Me 2 and a farting corpse in Swiss Army Man, and next we’ll...

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The 9th Life of Louis Drax ¬ Trailer

The 9th Life of Louis Drax ¬ Trailer

Lionsgate has released the trailer for The 9th Life of Louis Drax, the new thriller from Alexandre Aja (High Tension, The Hills Have Eyes, Piranha 3D, Horns). Based on Liz Jensen‘s best-selling novel of the same title, the story follows a psychologist who finds himself drawn into a mystery of a young boy who has...

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Jack Reacher: Never Go Back ¬ Trailer

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back ¬ Trailer

Tom Cruise returns as the stoic vigilante hero, who visits Virginia to meet with the head of his former unit (Smulders) and learns she’s been charged with espionage. Then he discovers he’s a wanted man, too. Oh, and that he might have a daughter he never knew about. Lots of drama for our guy this time around. Although...

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The Greasy Strangler ¬ Trailer

The Greasy Strangler ¬ Trailer

Surreal doesn’t even begin to describe this movie. But it certainly made some waves at Sundance and South by Southwest, as reviews mostly emphasized its strange and unique nature. Variety‘s Dennis Harvey said: Most years the Sundance Film Festival programs one or two movies (usually in the Midnight section)...

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The Space Between Us ¬ Trailer

The Space Between Us ¬ Trailer

Forgiving the punny title The Space Between Us looks like it’s going to be a romance movie with an angle that hasn’t been explored before. It’s almost like an Amblin Entertainment film mixed with an indie romance, and that sounds fantastic to me. If that doesn’t convince you, there’s a great supporting...

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The Infiltrator ¬ Trailer

The Infiltrator ¬ Trailer

Even though this feels like your run of the mill crime thriller, Bryan Cranston looks like he’ll elevate the material to be something fairly gripping. Plus, he’s got the sorely underrated John Leguizamo by his side to sweeten the deal along with Diane Kruger as a rookie agent brought in to play Cranston’s undercover...

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The Red Turtle ¬ Trailer

The Red Turtle ¬ Trailer

Studio Ghibli’s The Red Turtle is set to premiere in the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival 2016. The Red Turtle, or La tortue rouge as it’s titled internationally, tells the story of a sailor who becomes marooned on a deserted tropical island and desperately tries to escape until he encounters...

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Sky Sharks ¬ Trailer

Sky Sharks ¬ Trailer

No, it’s not another Sharknado movie, but it’s right up the storyline’s alley. Created by Marc Fehse, “Sky Shark” takes killer flying sharks to the next level adding Nazi zombies to the twist. The first official trailer of the horror-comedy film has just been released and you can take a...

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