Film Trailers

Film Trailers

The Toronto International Film Festival has been up and running since Thursday 5th September and closes on the 15th, so if you're over that way you've definitely got time to watch some new titles. With that in mind, we're a little intrigued by this simple premise with this directorial debut feature from Aaron Wilson and his WWII survival drama...

I'm not only a fan of Cormac McCarthy but of pretty much everyone involved with THE COUNSELLOR and so with every little tease of Ridley Scott's upcoming thriller, I get more exciting for what's to come. Today, we've got this great new clip that goes some way to building the tension of Michael Fassbender's lead character 'The Counsellor', in deep,...

I bloomin' love Christmas, especially Christmas films. They are just so bright and tacky, but always manage to make me feel warm and fuzzy inside. However, ALL IS BRIGHT may take a bleaker look at the holiday season, but it's also the hardest I've ever laughed at a trailer (no hyperbole required). Following Paul Giamatti as an ex-con trying...

THN were lucky enough to catch the first ever footage from Jose Padilha’s forthcoming remake of 1987 sci-fi classic, ROBOCOP, at San Diego Comic Con. Myself and our chieftain Paul Heath were quite stunned at how impressive it looked, and it certainly gave a unique and refreshing spin on Paul Verhoeven’s ultra-violent take of the doomed Detroit cop Alex Murphy. Now...

In the realms of unproduced films, none is more talked about than SUPERMAN LIVES. Tim Burton's failed attempt at bringing The Man Of Steel to the big screen after his success with BATMAN has become the stuff of legends. Nicolas Cage was set to star and giant mechanical spiders (that later appeared in WILD, WILD, WEST) were to be...

Kurt Russell leads crime-caper THE ART OF THE STEAL as Crunch Calhoun, a third-rate motorcycle daredevil and part-time art thief, who, with the help of shady brother Matt Dillon and band of misfit pals, attempts to pull off a new job by laying his hands on one of the most valuable books in the world. However, it's not all...

The first clip has been released for horror sequel CURSE OF CHUCKY, the sixth film to star the titular pint-sized slasher. First appearing in the legendary 1988 film 'Child's Play', Chucky is a doll, firmly in the uncanny valley, that happens to contain the soul of a murderer thanks to the wonders of dark magic. Whereas the two latest entries...

If we're honest, this is a good time for a reminder to say 'go see' Nick Ryan's THE SUMMIT when it comes out and now we've got a new trailer! Our THN team saw the film at last years London Film Festival and at Sundance London, with both reviewers giving very positive feedback. The film chronicles K2, the most dangerous...

Daniel Radcliffe is again trying his best to leave his life as the world famous boy wizard Harry Potter by portraying the iconic poet Allen Ginsberg in acclaimed drama, KILL YOUR DARLINGS. The film played to rave reviews at this years Sundance and even this week we brought you the first clip and poster from the controversial biopic directed...

BEST MAN DOWN is the bittersweet directorial debut from writer Ted Koland. It sees the happiest day of Justin Long and Jess Weixler's lives turn into a time for mourning when Long's best man, Tyler Labine, gets drunk and dies at the wedding. It's a simple hook which leads into a comedic drama that sees the recently married couple...

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