Archive for Trailers

Source: Collider | Posted By: Dan Geer

Blair Witch

Collider has debuted a new trailer for Blair Witch, and it is definitely not to be watched if you have claustrophobia (you’ll see why if you dare to watch)!

Acting as more of a direct sequel to 1999’s smash it The Blair Witch Project (because who cares about the terrible Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2?), this third film in the franchise revolves around a character named James who sets out on a mission to find out what happened to his sister Heather –  the woman who went missing in the original 1999 film.

The movie has really been getting a lot of positive buzz ever since the movie was unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con (it was originally titled The Woods to maintain secrecy on the project) and screened there in front of an excited crowd. Apparently it is “one of the scariest films ever made,” according to this latest trailer. While I have never believed such claims for any horror movie (and neither should you), this trailer does have me convinced that I won’t sleep after I watch it. Give it a go after the jump!

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Source: Entertainment Weekly | Posted By: Dan Geer


This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the original Batman TV series that debuted in 1966 starring Adam West and Burt Ward as the famed Caped Crusaders of Gotham City. So what better way to commemorate such a triumph than by releasing an all-new animated movie with West, Ward, and even Julie Newmar (Catwoman) reprising their roles from the original series?! I can’t think of anything.

Entertainment Weekly has provided the first teaser trailer for the movie, which maintains the tongue-in-cheek vibe of the original live-action series, complete with over-the-top dialogue and a hilarious death trap for the Dynamic Duo to escape from. West and Ward do sound older (obviously), but they step right back into their roles as if it were yesterday. Check it out after the jump!

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Source: | Posted By: Dan Geer


For the fans who couldn’t attend Star Wars Celebration Europe this year that whined about not being able to view the Rogue One trailer that premiered exclusively for Celebration attendees there, at least they were able to view the latest public trailer that just debuted during the Olympics, right? Well, even if they missed it tonight, they can still watch it here. Can we all get along now?

This second trailer release packs all the punches and definitely shows us why we all should be looking forward to the first stand-alone live-action Star Wars movie. Rogue One really looks to be that fresh take on the Star Wars galaxy that we’ve all been dying to see. Check it out below!

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Source: San Diego Comic-Con | Posted By: Dan Geer


For the few of you who decided to camp out in the woods this weekend without any internet and had no idea San Diego Comic-Con was happening until you got back from your trip – you’re in luck!

During the course of the weekend, a whole plethora of brand new trailers debuted. Dr. Strange, Kong: Skull Island, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, The Lego Batman Movie, Wonder Woman, Justice League, Suicide Squad and even The Woods – which was just revealed to actually be the next Blair Witch movie (and is already receiving fantastic reviews from those that caught the screening at the Con, in case you’re thinking it’s going to be just another Book of Shadows).

Hit the jump to check ’em all out in one place! In short, EVERYTHING looks great, and we are clearly living in the new golden age of geek cinema…

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Written By: Dan Geer

Captain America: Civil War

Summertime. For most, it means going to the beach, blasting off fireworks, grilling steaks, etc. But for movie geeks, it means lining up for some of the years most anticipated blockbusters. Who needs fun in the sun and the smell of barbeque and gunpowder in the air when you have the comfort of a cool movie theater with the smell of buttered popcorn to look forward to just about every week? Okay, well, I like all of those things, but seriously this summer is going to be insane. Really don’t think I’ll even make it to all of these. Will you? Check out this year’s list of the Top 10 Movies to See This Summer and find out!

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Source: Star Wars | Posted By: Dan Geer

Rogue One

It seemed like this trailer would never arrive. Finally, after years of waiting, we receive the official teaser trailer for the first Star Wars stand-alone film, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, directed by Gareth Edwards (Godzilla). Set before the events of Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope, the story shines on the rebel fighters who set out on a mission to steal the Death Star plans that make their way into the hands of Princess Leia in A New Hope. Hit the jump to watch!

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Source: CinemaBlend | Posted By: Dan Geer

Ghostbusters (2016)

Call me crazy, but this looks really good.

The first trailer for Paul Feig’s long-awaited reboot (or is it?) of the Ghostbusters franchise is finally here after many fits and starts over the last decade. Simply titled Ghostbusters, the film stars Kristin Wiig, Leslie Jones, Melissa McCarthy, and Kate McKinnon taking over for the original cast from 30 years ago, battling the paranormal in the great city of New York (what a town!).

Little is known about the plot outside of this trailer, and unfortunately the original surviving cast was never confirmed to reprise their original roles from the first two films, and may just be playing different characters instead. Last we’ve heard, this is apparently not Ghostbusters 3 but rather a total reboot – although the trailer is misleading if Feig is indeed starting over here. But in the meantime, check out the new cast in action as they answer the call to chase ghosts, and get a peek at Slimer!

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Source: Zap2It | Posted By: Dan Geer

The Lone Gunmen

Last July, it was revealed that The Lone Gunmen (played by Bruce Harwood,Tom Braidwood and Dean Haglund) would return for the new limited series of The X-Files. Of course, this was shocking news, consider that they were very much dead by the end of the show’s initial run back in 2002. Some speculated that series creator Chris Carter might bring them back in a similar fashion to what was done in the “Season 10” comic series, of which I have since clarified how that plot line really doesn’t work. Chris Carter seems to agree. Read on to find out what he said at the TCA Winter Press Tour about the return of these beloved characters and how they will come back (minor spoilers ahead)!

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Source: THR | Posted By: Dan Geer

X-Files Revival

After being off the air for almost fourteen years, The X-Files will finally return to television with a two-night premiere starting January 24th at 10 PM EST/7 PM PST on Fox (Mondays at 8 PM after that). The hype has been enormous for this six-episode event, much more than for their second feature film back in 2008 (the advent of social media has changed things a bit since then).

Originally, we never though The X-Files would return to television, and fans were actually holding out hope for a third feature film. We still are. Well today, via THR, series creator Chris Carter gives us hope yet again, revealing that he had indeed originally wrote a script for a third film, should 20th Century Fox ever want one. Looks like our suspicions were true after all!

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Source: Paramount Pictures | Posted By: Dan Geer


The onslaught of summer movie trailers just doesn’t seem to end as of late. The BFG, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, X-Men: Apocalypse, Independence Day: Resurgence – all released within the last week (and don’t forget the latest trailer for Batman V Superman that debuted only a few days before that)!

But now that the first trailer for Justin Lin’s Star Trek Beyond has arrived, “Movie Trailer Week” has probably now come to a close, since most, if not all of these trailers will more than likely be playing with Star Wars: The Force Awakens this week. Check out the latest trailer for Star Trek Beyond after the jump!

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