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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 24, 2020 at 22:45. 5 comments

Hell is the suburbs in this hilarious Vivarium trailer

Hell is the suburbs in this hilarious Vivarium trailer

Anybody who’s ever gotten lost in the winding, identical streets of a subdivision will relate to this trailer for Vivarium, a supernatural comedy about a couple (Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots) who become imprisoned in a labyrinth-like maze of green houses.

Lorcan Finnegan’s film looks thematically heavy-handed, sure—they’ll only be released if they raise a child they grow to hate, which,...

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Kinja Kinja Jan 23, 2020 at 22:49. 5 comments

New To All The Boys sequel trailer puts the spotlight on Kitty, as is right and just

New To All The Boys sequel trailer puts the spotlight on Kitty, as is right and just

In one installment of her When Romance Met Comedy column , our own Caroline Siede wrote, “To All The Boys combines the stylized cinematography of a Wes Anderson movie with the heart of a John Hughes film and the spirit of the best of the 1990s high school rom-coms.” That’s about as good a summation of the appeal of one of 2018's most welcome surprises one could want. But there’s one thing...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 21, 2020 at 22:31. 16 comments

The trailer for Jason Segel's Dispatches From Elsewhere would like to play a game

The trailer for Jason Segel's Dispatches From Elsewhere would like to play a game

Jason Segel’s been keeping a low profile over the past few years—after his excellent turn as David Foster Wallace in The End Of The Tour , he appeared in Netflix’s The Discovery and a few indies—but the actor and writer is returning in grand fashion with his new AMC show, Dispatches From Elsewhere. 

We previously shared a teaser for the series, but AMC’s new trailer digs deeper into the...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 21, 2020 at 21:59. 21 comments

Alison Brie and Molly Shannon star in the trailer for Netflix psychological drama Horse Girl

Alison Brie and Molly Shannon star in the trailer for Netflix psychological drama Horse Girl

Alison Brie is gearing up for the end of Netflix’s GLOW with Horse Girl, a strange and curious psychological drama set to debut at this month’s Sundance Film Festival before landing on the streamer next month. In it, Brie stars as a socially awkward crafts store employee who embarks on a promising romance before eerie relics of the past—including a possible alien abduction—send her down a...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 18, 2020 at 00:30. 7 comments

Zoë Kravitz scours the wreckage of her love life in this trailer for Hulu's High Fidelity series

Zoë Kravitz scours the wreckage of her love life in this trailer for Hulu's High Fidelity series

It’s okay to be skeptical of Hulu’s riff on High Fidelity , the 1995 Nick Hornby novel that became the beloved 2000 film starring John Cusack. The first full trailer for the series apes some of the original film’s best scenes, and reveals that Zoë Kravitz’s lead is still named Rob.

But it’s also clear that the series has its own aesthetic, airier and more amiable. And shifting the location...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 17, 2020. 11 comments

Watch Amy Ryan in the trailer for Netflix's adaptation of true crime bestseller Lost Girls

Watch Amy Ryan in the trailer for Netflix's adaptation of true crime bestseller Lost Girls

Robert Kolker’s acclaimed Lost Girls tracked the compelling, frustrating true story of five sex workers whose bodies were found on the same Long Island beach in 2010, and the agony of their killer remaining in the wind. Today, Netflix dropped a trailer for its adaptation of the novel, which comes from Academy Award-nominated artists Liz Garbus and Amy Ryan.

Per the trailer, the film looks to...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 16, 2020. 12 comments

Rick Rubin, Rob Zombie reflect on Ozzy's legacy in the Biography: The Nine Lives of Ozzy trailer

Rick Rubin, Rob Zombie reflect on Ozzy's legacy in the Biography: The Nine Lives of Ozzy trailer

“Ozzy changed everything,” Rick Rubin says in this trailer for Biography: The Nine Lives of Ozzy, a documentary in which the Prince Of Darkness himself takes a sober look at his wild days as a pioneering metal god. Rob Zombie, Marilyn Manson, and even Post Malone offer similar sentiments, with the latter saying that Ozzy’s music “makes me cry and gives me the chills.” Sharon, Jack, and Kelly,...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 16, 2020. 10 comments

Date Night meets Eyes Wide Shut in this trailer for Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae's The Lovebirds

Date Night meets Eyes Wide Shut in this trailer for Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae's The Lovebirds

SXSW has premiered some exciting, acclaimed original comedies over the last few years, from Olivia Wilde’s Booksmart to Kay Cannon’s Blockers . Potentially slotting into that role this year is The Lovebirds, a comedy and murder mystery set to debut at the festival that reunites star/beefcake Kumail Nanjiani with Michael Showalter, the former State and Stella standout who helmed the...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 16, 2020. 11 comments

Daniel Radcliffe is a loser with gun hands in this loony trailer for Guns Akimbo

Daniel Radcliffe is a loser with gun hands in this loony trailer for Guns Akimbo

Daniel Radcliffe, refined English thespian, has guns bloodily bolted to his hands in the trailer for Guns Akimbo, a grimy-looking exploitation flick tapping, at least in the below trailer, into that Neveldine-Taylor magic. That’s not to be reductive, of course, as Kiwi director Jason Lei Howden has an aesthetic all his own—his 2015 gore comedy Deathgasm  was an absolute riot—but the sweaty...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 15, 2020. 9 comments

BoJack Horseman braces for a reckoning in this trailer for the sad Netflix comedy's final bow

BoJack Horseman braces for a reckoning in this trailer for the sad Netflix comedy's final bow

It became at least somewhat clear why this final season of BoJack Horseman was split into two parts following that game-changing midseason finale , which are our own Les Chappell wrote pivots the show “from building to BoJack’s redemption to asking the question if he even deserves it in the first place.” It was a depressing finale, sure, but it also intrigued the ever-loving hell out of us.

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 14, 2020. 16 comments

Bloodshot looks good, actually

Bloodshot looks good, actually

Yeah, go ahead, laugh at the movie where Vin Diesel plays a “superhuman, biotech killing machine” with a heart of gold. Chuckle when he earnestly says, “Gina, I’m home” like the world’s baldest Frankenstein. Clap when his face literally gets blown off his head in the trailer.

But you will enjoy Bloodshot. We say this not having seen it. We say this only because Vin Diesel is a gift from the...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 14, 2020. 5 comments

Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh capped off a day of Oscar nods with some new Black Widow footage

Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh capped off a day of Oscar nods with some new Black Widow footage

There’s a “new world of Widows” in the latest trailer for ScarJo’s standalone Marvel movie, which tracks the late Avengers’ action-packed family reunion between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War. Consider it a victory lap of sorts of Johansson, who scored two Oscar nominations yesterday, and co-star Florence Pugh, whose turn in last year’s Little Women also put her in the...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 10, 2020. 18 comments

Hock a loogie in your palm and watch this quirky trailer for Fargo's fourth season

Hock a loogie in your palm and watch this quirky trailer for Fargo's fourth season

Noah Hawley’s anthological riff on the Coens’ Fargo has always sported a wry sense of humor, but it’s perhaps as low-key zany as ever in this trailer for the show’s fourth season. As we’ve previously reported, this installment centers on a “tenuous truce” between the head of an African American crime family and the Italian mafia in 1950s Kansas City, with comic virtuosos Chris Rock and Jason...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 10, 2020. 8 comments

Cate Blanchett owns the libs as anti-feminist activist Phyllis Schlafly in FX's Mrs. America trailer

Cate Blanchett owns the libs as anti-feminist activist Phyllis Schlafly in FX's Mrs. America trailer

Cate Blanchett stars in FX’s Mrs. America—emphasis on the Mrs.—as Phyllis Schlafly, the anti-feminist activist who sought to trigger the libs when Don Jr. was but a twinkle in his father’s eye.

Set against Schlafly’s efforts to stop the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment in the ‘70s, the limited series also explores the firebrand’s relationship to her feminist rivals, including speaker...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 10, 2020. 14 comments

"What is Devs?" asks this eerie trailer for Alex Garland's Devs

"What is Devs?" asks this eerie trailer for Alex Garland's Devs

Nick Offerman and some stringy, unwashed locks star in the first trailer for FX’s Devs, a new sci-fi thriller from Ex Machina and Annihilation helmer Alex Garland. Per a synopsis, Garland’s futuristic tale follows a young software engineer (Ex Machina’s Sonoya Mizuna) who “investigates the secretive development division of her employer which she believes is behind her boyfriend’s murder.”

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 10, 2020. 6 comments

Watch a trailer for HBO's 6-part docuseries about the bizarre case of McDonald's Monopoly fraud

Watch a trailer for HBO's 6-part docuseries about the bizarre case of McDonald's Monopoly fraud

As Ben Affleck, Steven Spielberg, and Martin Scorsese dreamt up feature films based on The Daily Beast’s 2018 story about the massive fraud that consumed McDonald’s beloved Monopoly game, HBO decided to let the face-melting tale speak for itself. On February 3, the network will premiere McMillions, a six-part docuseries that, per the below trailer, looks every bit as delicious as Jeff...

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Kinja Kinja Jan 09, 2020. 12 comments

Rob McElhenney is a bad boss in the trailer for Apple TV+ comedy Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet

Rob McElhenney is a bad boss in the trailer for Apple TV+ comedy Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet

The first trailer for Charlie Day and Rob McElhenney’s newest show has arrived, and wow, would we not want to live inside said show. (See also: It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.) All the same, we sure do want to watch it. (See also: It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.)

There’s a lot to admire here, from the on-point sendup of video game marketing to the cast (F. Murray Abraham?!),...

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 08, 2020. 6 comments

Meet the year's first bovine breakout in this trailer for Kelly Reichardt's First Cow

Meet the year's first bovine breakout in this trailer for Kelly Reichardt's First Cow

Kelly Reichardt, whose Meek’s Cutoff was one of our favorite films of the decade , returns with another intimate character study in March, this time with the help of A24. The acclaimed distributor is throwing its weight behind First Cow, a period piece set in the Oregon Territory about two men whose new business venture relies on a prized milking cow. And, buddy, this cow is gonna be a star....

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Randall Colburn Randall Colburn Jan 08, 2020. 21 comments

Watch a kaleidoscopic, action-packed trailer for Netflix's Locke & Key

Watch a kaleidoscopic, action-packed trailer for Netflix's Locke & Key

Welcome to Keyhouse. The journey was undoubtedly a bumpy one—a tanked Fox pilot and a false start at Hulu count as significant speed bumps. But the series adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s best-selling comic has arrived safely to Netflix, and the brand new trailer shows the Locke family settling into their new Victorian-style digs. And it’s only a little haunted, but that’s...

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Jan 02, 2020. 11 comments

Here's the first noisy, stressful trailer for A Quiet Place: Part II

Here's the first noisy, stressful trailer for A Quiet Place: Part II

The final shot of John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place is one of hushed badassery: As the overwhelming fleet of sightless extraterrestrial creatures descend upon the Abbott’s near-defenseless shack, mother Evelyn (Emily Blount) and her oldest children Regan (Millicent Simmonds) and Marcus (Noah Jupe) wordlessly prepare for certain battle with a cochlear implant, a creaky sound system,...

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