The JUSTICE LEAGUE Comes Together in First Official Trailer

Warner Bros. has released the first official trailer for Justice League, which shows Bruce Wayne gathering a team of heroes (aka metahumans) to battle a huge threat. Aside from the league, we also get glimpses of J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon, Amber

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Magnolia Picks Up Sundance Favorite PERSON TO PERSON

Magnolia Pictures have acquired the North American rights to Dustin Guy Defa’s (Bad Fever) comedy Person to Person, which stars Abbi Jacobson, Michael Cera, Tavi Gevinson, Philip Baker Hall, Bene Coopersmith, and George Sample III. The film revolves around a day in the life

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SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Gets Two New Posters

Sony has unveiled two new posters for Spider-Man: Homecoming. The first is your pretty typical Spider-Man one-sheet, showing the superhero hanging of the facade of a skyscraper. The second shows a little more personality, as Spidey takes a break to lounge with

Netflix Docudrama CASTING JONBENET Gets a Trailer

Netflix has released a trailer for their original film Casting JonBenet, the next in a string of recent explorations of the 1996 murder of JonBenet Ramsey. Directed by Kitty Green, the film goes through the audition process with local Boulder actors while

Werner Herzog’s QUEEN OF THE DESERT Gets a Trailer

A U.S. trailer has been released for Werner Herzog‘s Queen of the Desert, based on the true story of Gertrude Bell. Nicole Kidman stars as Bell, a diplomat and spy who helped establish several countries in the Middle East.

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LIFE Review

Sci-fi thriller Life halfheartedly goes through the motions of a monster in space movie, failing to raise any intriguing existential questions or validate the gory mayhem. A bunch of really smart people float around and do really stupid things, each of them speaking fluent exposition and sporting the thinnest of character traits. Their Martian antagonist is even less interesting.

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BOKEH Review

We’ve all wondered, at least for a moment, what we would do if we were the only person on Earth. Would we explore the remains of society, hole up in shelter or simply bask in the planet’s daunting silence? It’s a fun question and one that writer-director duo Geoffrey Orthwein and Andrew Sullivan examine in Bokeh. For Riley (Matt O’Leary) and Jenai (Maika Monroe), a young American couple vacationing in Iceland, this query of what to do if the human race vanished isn’t hypothetical. One morning, they wake up and discover that it has become their reality.

Larry Cohen Doc KING COHEN Gets A Trailer

Oh boy do I love the films of Larry Cohen. The Stuff remains one of my all-time favorite horror films, but his entire filmography is priceless, so it’s definitely good news to hear that a feature-length documentary about the man is in