Bradley Cooper Is The Darth Vader Of Chefs In ‘Burnt’ Trailer

Bradley Cooper had a banner year in 2014. Between American Sniper and Guardians Of The Galaxy the screen vet played a significant role in two gigantic blockbusters, which has since given him the ability to choose pretty much any role he wants in Hollywood. So what does a man who has been a little bit of everything decide when he’s given the ability to become whatever he desires? Believe it or not, the answer is a chef. He becomes a chef.

Burnt tells the story of a famous chef who lost his way. Though the reason for his public shaming …


MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Pay The Ghost’ Finds Nic Cage In Peak Form

Film: Pay The Ghost
Starring: Nicolas Cage
Directed by: Uli Edel

Twenty-six years after first exploring the world of horror with Vampire’s Kiss, Nicolas Cage has returned to battle a child-stealing witch in Uli Edel’s Pay The Ghost.

On the eve of Halloween in New York City, Mike Lawford (Nicolas Cage) makes a deal with his wife to take their young son, Charlie, to a nearby street fair celebrating All Hollow’s Eve. The event is busy and filled with all people from all walks of life, each decked out in their very best costume. Lawford and his son …


First ‘Jungle Book’ Trailer Is Gorgeous & Action-Packed

Disney is currently preparing to release an updated take on The Jungle Book directed by Iron Man mastermind Jon Favreau. It’s an ambitious idea that follows many failed attempts to recapture the magic of the original animated film, but so far this new version looks pretty damn sweet.

Today, Disney released the first trailer for the new Book, and in turn offered fans their first look at the computer generated landscape Mowgli and his friends will inhabit. The footage teases a massive jungle, complete with gorgeously rendered animals and nature, as well as several big action scenes. The only …

Krampus 2015

First ‘Krampus’ Trailer Promises Ample Yuletide Carnage

Ah, the Christmas season–a joyful time filled with good tidings, holiday cheer, and brotherly love. Between the presents, the eggnog, and the 1,674 straight hours of A Christmas Story, there are few annual celebrations as anticipated as Saint Nick’s yearly run.

However, that may all change this December thanks to Michael Dougherty, who seems intent on decimating all of our childhood dreams with his latest offering, Krampus. Set to make landfall just a few weeks before the fat man’s flight, the 40-year-old director’s newest film brings together ancient European folklore and beloved holiday tropes to create a …


‘Finders Keepers’ Trailer Teases One Of 2015’s Best Docs

Two men. One amputated leg. What’s the worst that could happen?

There are many wonderful documentaries being released in 2015, but none will be more fun or original than Finders Keepers. The film tells the story of a man who found another man’s leg in a used grill, and the ensuing battle for ownership that caught the attention of the entire world. It’s silly and surprisingly heartfelt, with people you will not soon forget. The first trailer was released last week ahead of the film’s release later this month, and you can now view that footage below.

Here’s an …


MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Mistress America’ Is Not To Be Missed

Film: Mistress America
Starring: Greta Gerwig, Lola Kirke
Directed By: Noah Baumbach

Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig have outdone themselves yet again.

Mistress America is the pinnacle of Baumbach’s career up to this point, and it’s only suiting that time come in a work created with, not to mention starring, his equally talented spouse. It’s funny and heartfelt, with just enough dramatic weight to keep things grounded while the level of absurdity rises to heights the still young-filmmaker has never before explored, and it all relies on a career-best performance from the ever-infallible Gerwig.

James Shotwell is the


‘Concussion’ Trailer: Will Smith Battles The NFL

Will Smith doesn’t have the best track record with films that put an emphasis on drama over action, especially when looking at his last decade of work. Focus arrived half-baked, Seven Pounds failed to win over audiences, but The Pursuit Of Happyness did manage to find a way into our hearts. Concussion, Smith’s latest foray into the world of pure drama, looks like it could offer the longtime screen vet a second chance at glory.

Concussion is a film about the one thing the NFL does not want to discuss. Smith plays Dr. Bennet Omalu, a forensic neuropathologist who …


‘The Iron Giant’ Is Returning To Theaters, Sequel Possible

If there was an animated film that never received the respect or universal adoration it deserved, Brad Bird’s The Iron Giant would be it. Released in 1999, the film received critical love, but failed to bring in the kind of major box office receipts expected of top tier family films. It was still a success though, and now after nearly two decades of underground fanfare the film is getting an incredibly rare second chance at life.

Warner Bros. recently revealed plans for a brief new theatrical release for a version of the beloved film dubbed The Iron Giant: Signature Edition


‘Pay The Ghost’ Trailer: Nicolas Cage + Horror = Must See

After years of genre line with numerous direct-to-DVD/VOD titles, Nicolas Cage is finally stepping into the world of horror with the first trailer for Pay The Ghost.

I’m not going to lie to you. Some of what you’re about to see will feel a bit familiar. Pay The Ghost is essentially a play on the same idea that makes films like Insidious or Poltergeist terrify the living shit out of us, and that is the notion that spirits can and will steal innocent souls to fulfill some ancient prophecy we in 2015 have no idea even exists. In this …


First Trailer For ‘The Final Girls’ Is Meta Horror Madness

If you’re the kind of person who believes The Cabin In The Woods is one of the better films of the last decade then Christmas has come early for you this year. The Final Girls promises to deliver meta horror-comedy in a way so wonderfully twisted you’ll be chomping at the bit for the full feature before the newly released trailer is half complete. It looks that good.

When Max (Taissa Farmiga) and her friends reluctantly attend a screening of Camp Bloodbath, an infamous ‘80s cult horror film that starred Max’s late mother (Malin Akerman), they are accidentally sucked …


Must Watch: Second Trailer for ‘The Martian’

With the start of school happening in many parts of the country this week, it’s safe to say the end of summer is in sight. For some, this may be a bummer, but every true cinephile knows the best time to be a fan of film is the fall and winter seasons. That’s when every major studio tucks away their destruction porn tentpoles and delivers their best award-nomination hopefuls to the world at large. The potential for something truly great to be released is higher with each passing week, and this morning we got a second look at what will …


First Trailer For ’The Witch’ Will Scare The Sh*t Out Of You

Ever since its premiere at Sundance in January, Robert Eggers’ directorial debut The Witch has been a hot title amongst horror hounds. Early reports from the iconic film festival claimed the film was paralyzing, terrifying, and completely unnerving, which is exactly what genre fans long to hear. Today the first trailer for the film came online, and it shows just enough to confirm our suspicions that The Witch may in fact be amongst the best scares of 2015.

Set in the early days of New England, The Witch follows a God-fearing Puritan family banished from their settlement, only to have …