Magnolia Pictures & Magnet Releasing shared an official trailer for Body at Brighton Rock this week. The movie is a survival thriller following an inexperienced part-time park ranger who takes on a difficult job to prove she’s capable, but who ends up facing the challenge of a lifetime as she ends up in a situation far more difficult than she ever imagined.
The movie is written and direct by Roxanne Benjamin, who wrote and directed 2015’s Southbound and the XX segment “Don’t Fall.” She also co-wrote a second segment for XX, titled “The Birthday Party.”
You can find a synopsis, the official trailer, and a poster for Body at Brighton Rock below.
Magnolia Pictures and Magnet Releasing have released an official trailer for Aniara, an upcoming Swedish sci-fi thriller based on author Harry Martinson‘s 1956 poem of the same name.
The movie, which is written and directed by Pella KÃ¥german and Hugo Lilja, takes place in that most feared future when Earth is no longer habitable, forcing humanity to depart for a new home. It’s set on a massive ship transporting people to Mars, when something goes wrong and the ship is thrown off course.
You can find more info in a synopsis for Aniara and check out the trailer along with a poster below.
Magnet Releasing has released an official trailer for Marrowbone, a horror thriller from writer and director Sergio G. SÃ¡nchez, who previously penned the screenplays for The Orphanage and The Impossible (both helmed by the director of A Monster Calls and the upcoming Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, J.A. Bayona) and is making his feature debut here.
The movie follows a group of siblings who keep their mother’s death a secret in order to stay together, and take shelter in an old house they soon discover already has something residing there.
You can read an official description of Marrowbone and check out the trailer along with a poster below.
Magnolia Pictures and Magnet Releasing have released an official trailer for Blade of the Immortal, the 100th work of famed Japanese director Takashi Miike.
The film follows a samurai, who has been cursed with immortality. Only the killing of evil souls can undo the effects of this curse, and so he agrees to help a young girl avenge the murder of her parents.
Continue below for more on Blade of the Immortal, and to check out the official trailer.
A strange new movie has arrived, and its ridiculous and unique premise is making a lot of movie fans very happy.
The movie is called Rubber, and it tells the story of a tire named Robert who randomly comes to life and discovers that he has telepathic powers! The wacky flick is directed by Quentin Dupieux and is set to hit theaters on April 1st, but can already be seen by most on VOD, iTunes, Xbox Marketplace, Playstation Network, VUDU, and Amazon.
A new poster for the movie has been released, and it comes from famed poster artist Boris Vallejo. His previous works include posters for classics like The Empire Strikes Back, National Lampoon’s Vacation, and Barbarella.
You can see this poster, along with a full synopsis and the trailer for Rubber by clicking on over to the other side now!