Neue Trailer zum so-called Hardcore-Horror The Void von Steven Kostanski und Jeremy Gillespie (FX für Pacific Rim, RoboCop und die Hannibal-Serie): „[The Void] combine[s] the aesthetic attitude of modern horror cinema as it emerged in the 1970s with the splatter and sophisticated practical special effects that ruled the creature features of the 1980s and early '90s.“
Dazu ein creepy Viral für Logan, ein neuer UK-Trailer zu Gore Verbinskis A Cure for Wellness, dem BBC-Mehrteiler SS-GB (die UK-Variante von The Man in The High Castle, Nazis in London etc), zur hervorragend aussehenden und super-interessant klingenden Anthologie-Serie Feud, die pro Staffel einen legendären Streit der Geschichte abdeckt – die erste Staffel handelt vom Gekeife von Bette Davis und Joan Crawford am Set des 1962er Robert Aldrich-Films What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, sowie Trailer zur Horror-Comedy 8 Bodies und dem Martial Arts-Ding Sword Master.
In ‘The Void’, officer Daniel Carter (Aaron Poole) happens upon a blood-soaked figure limping down a deserted stretch of road while he’s in the middle of a routine patrol. He rushes the young man to a nearby rural hospital staffed by a skeleton crew, only to discover that patients and personnel are transforming into something inhuman. As the horror intensifies, Carter leads the other survivors on a hellish voyage into the subterranean depths of the hospital in a desperate bid to end the nightmare before it’s too late.
An ambitious young executive is sent to retrieve his company’s CEO from an idyllic but mysterious “wellness center” at a remote location in the Swiss Alps. He soon suspects that the spa’s miraculous treatments are not what they seem. When he begins to unravel its terrifying secrets, his sanity is tested, as he finds himself diagnosed with the same curious illness that keeps all the guests here longing for the cure. From Gore Verbinski, the visionary director of THE RING, comes the new psychological thriller, A CURE FOR WELLNESS.
SS-GB is a 2017 British drama series produced for the BBC. The series is based on the 1978 novel of the same name by Len Deighton. It is set an alternate timeline 1941 where Nazi Germany, having won the Battle of Britain, are a harsh occupying force in the United Kingdom.
In November 1941, nine months after a German invasion led to the British surrender, Detective Superintendent Douglas Archer, a British homicide detective assigned to Scotland Yard, is called in to investigate a murder of a well-dressed man in an apartment in Shepherd Market.
Although the body has two gunshot wounds, Archer is puzzled by the condition of the body, in particular what appears to be sunburn on the arm. To his surprise, the case draws the attention of the highest levels of the German authorities, as an SS Standartenführer, Oskar Huth, arrives to supervise the investigation. Archer soon finds himself in the middle of a power struggle between Huth and Gruppenführer Fritz Kellerman, Archer's boss and the head of police forces in Great Britain, whilst also becoming embroiled in the British Resistance movement and attempts to bring America into the war.
The first season, entitled Bette and Joan, will center around the backstage battle between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford during the production of their 1962 film What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?.
When young newlyweds Sam (Matt Shively) and TJ (Jennette McCurdy) embark on their honeymoon and accidentally hit a man walking on the side of the road, what was meant to be a peaceful national park tour turns into a series of unfortunate events and coverups that force the couple to decide what is most important to them: humanity or their honeymoon.
Hong Kong cinema giants Derek Yee and Tsui Hark join forces in this 3D martial arts epic, about an elite swordsman who is haunted by his skill, and a challenger who aims to take his place at all costs.