Neue Trailer zu Morgan Spurlocks Ratten-Doku, dem irgendwie interessant aussehenden The Alchemist Cookbook, dem Film Christine (über Frau Chubbuck, die sich 1974 während einer Live-Nachrichtensendung erschoss), dem US-Trailer zu Godzilla Resurgence, der Clash-inspirierten Coming-Of-Age-Comedy London Town, dem hübsch aussehenden Thriller Nocturnal Animals, ein neuer Trailer zum Tupac-Biopic All Eyez on Me, dem Lucid-Dreaming-Drama Mean Dreams, einem ziemlich spoilerigen Trailer zur The Bye Bye Man und dem ersten Clip zum Bruce Lee-Film Birth of the Dragon.
Dazu Serientrailer zu American Horror Story und Woody Allens Crisis in 6 Scenes sowie ’nem weiteren Teil der Star Wars-Toy-Promo Go Rogue.
Most decidedly not for the squeamish, Morgan Spurlock’s documentary Rats is framed as a horror film and just as effective as anything else you’ll see this Hallowe’en. Set for transmission in the US in October via the Discovery Channel, it functions very well as a big-screen ticket for those brave enough to venture forth. Put it this way: you’ll make sure the toilet seat is firmly shut when you’re in New York City – or anywhere else – from now on.
Rebecca Hall stars in director Antonio Campos' third feature film, CHRISTINE, the story of a woman who finds herself caught in the crosshairs of a spiraling personal life and career crisis.
Christine, always the smartest person in the room at her local Sarasota, Florida news station, feels like she is destined for bigger things and is relentless in her pursuit of an on-air position in a larger market. As an aspiring newswoman with an eye for nuance and an interest in social justice, she finds herself constantly butting heads with her boss (Tracy Letts), who pushes for juicier stories that will drive up ratings. Plagued by self-doubt and a tumultuous home life, Christine’s diminishing hope begins to rise when an on-air co-worker (Michael C. Hall) initiates a friendship which ultimately becomes yet another unrequited love. Disillusioned as her world continues to close in on her, Christine takes a dark and surprising turn.
Young outcast Sean has isolated himself in a trailer in the woods, setting out on alchemic pursuits, with his cat Kaspar as his sole companion. Filled with disdain for authority, he's fled the daily grind and holed up in the wilderness, escaping a society that has no place for him. But when he turns from chemistry to black magic to crack nature's secret, things go awry and he awakens something far more sinister and dangerous.
England, 1979 and unemployment has hit the working class suburbs of London particularly hard. 14 year-old Shay (Daniel Huttlestone, Into the Woods) has had to grow up quickly, taking care of his 6 year-old sister while his father (Dougray Scott) works two jobs to make ends meet. After being exposed to the music of The Clash through a tape from his absent and estranged mother (Natascha McElhone) and meeting 15 year-old Vivian (Nell Williams), Shay discovers the burgeoning punk music scene and experiences his first love.
After his father is injured in a work accident, Shay takes over driving his cab and one fateful night, picks up Joe Strummer (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), the lead singer of The Clash. Through being forced to take care of his family, his friendship with Strummer and his relationship with Vivian, Shay passes some important milestones on his way to adulthood.
From writer/director Tom Ford comes a haunting romantic thriller of shocking intimacy and gripping tension that explores the thin lines between love and cruelty, and revenge and redemption. Academy Award nominees Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal star as a divorced couple discovering dark truths about each other and themselves in “Nocturnal Animals.”
All Eyez on Me, originally titled Tupac, is an upcoming American biographical drama film directed by Benny Boom and written by Steven Bagatourian. The film will focus on the career of Tupac all the way to the fatal drive-by shooting in Las Vegas in 1996.
Follows Casey and Jonas, two teenagers desperate to escape their broken and abusive homes and examines the desperation of life on the run and the beauty of first love.
People commit unthinkable acts every day. Time and again, we grapple to understand what drives a person to do such terrible things. But what if all of the questions we’re asking are wrong? What if the source of all evil is not a matter of what…but who? From the producer of The Strangers and Oculus comes The Bye Bye Man, a chilling horror-thriller that exposes the evil behind the most unspeakable acts committed by man.
When three college friends stumble upon the horrific origins of the Bye Bye Man, they discover that there is only one way to avoid his curse: don’t think it, don’t say it. But once the Bye Bye Man gets inside your head, he takes control. Is there a way to survive his possession?
Young, up-and-coming martial artist, Bruce Lee, challenges legendary kung fu master Wong Jack Man to a no-holds-barred fight in Northern California.
Birth of the Dragon is an upcoming American martial arts biographical drama film directed by George Nolfi and written by Christopher Wilkinson and Stephen J. Rivele. The film stars Billy Magnussen, Philip Ng, and Xia Yu. The true story revolves around the young martial artist Bruce Lee, who challenges kung fu master Wong Jack Man in 1965 in San Francisco.
In Chapter 3, the Rebels seek the second instruction book on rain-soaked Eadu, but the Empire has beaten them to the prize. Will they be able to outsmart the scheming Director Krennic to escape with the instructions and their lives?