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Erster, toller Trailer zum von mir mit Spannung erwarteten The Autopsy of Jane Doe von André „Troll Hunter“ Øvredal (hier ein ziemlich euphorisches Review auf BMD).
Außerdem ein neuer Clip zum japanischen WTF-Thriller Frogman, zu Netflix' und Marvels neuer Serie Luke Cage, dem thailändischen Horror-Slapstick The Dwarves must be crazy über Elefanten-Glühwürmchen, die fliegende, arschleckende Köpfe verursachen (wat?), ein Trailer zum koreanischen Crime-Thriller Asura: The City of Madness, Amazons feministischer Media-meets-Mad-Men-Serie Good Girls Revolt sowie zwei erste Clips aus der kommenden postapokalyptsichen Kannibalen-Romanze Bad Batch.
When the brutalized body of an unknown woman is discovered in a small Virginia town, dreadful and unexplainable events begin to torment the owners of the morgue charged with doing the autopsy of Jane Doe. Soon pathologist Tommy Tilden (Brian Cox) and his son, Austin (Emilie Hirsch) discover evidence of torture techniques from the days of witch hunting. When they become trapped in the morgue by a vicious storm, the father and son are left to fight through the vengeful horrors suddenly transmitted from Jane Doe’s body to theirs.
From André Øvredal, the director of the cult favorite TROLL HUNTER, comes a supernatural thriller which unearths ancient evils from the 17th Century that reawaken in the 21st century with deadly consequences.
A body mauled to death by dogs is found and other heinous murders follow. Mysterious notes are left at the crime scenes, hinting the killings were done to punish each victim and the bodies presented in a way as though to be found. The killer only appears on rainy days and is witnessed wearing a frog mask. Police detective Sawamura (Shun Oguri) is on the case and to his surprise; he finds out the next target of the Frogman could be his beloved wife and child who have left him 2 weeks ago.
As the investigation progresses, Sawamura learns that the Frogman stages the murders like works of art, calling himself an artist. Sawamura tries to corner Frogman from the clues, but is devastated to find that all was a trap. Will Sawamura survive the deadly scheme of Frogman and save his family?
In this Marvel live action series, a street-fighting ex-con battles crime on the streets of New York as the Super Hero, Luke Cage.
One day while hunting for food, a group of villagers dig into a giant bug nest and discover some mysterious elephant fireflies. A few eagerly eat the creatures while the others think it best to stick to their normal diets.
Later, the villagers who decided to feast on the fireflies are stricken with painful glowing stomachs and foaming mouths. These symptoms are temporary, as the next phase of their sudden illness causes their heads to detach from their bodies, floating away along with their intestines. Now the remaining villagers must fight off the evil spirits who have one nefarious goal: munch butts.
A shady cop finds himself in over his head when he gets caught between Internal Affairs and the city’s corrupt mayor, in this scintillating crime drama from Korean maestro Kim Sung-soo (Musa: The Warrior).
Set in 1969, a group of young women who work for a news program fight against sexual discrimination during an era of cultural revolution in this series based on Lynn Povich's book.
A dystopian love story in a Texas wasteland and set in a community of cannibals.