Samuel Goldwyn Films released an official trailer for Paradise Hills this week. The movie is a fantasy drama about a woman who wakes up on an isolated island at a facility for the daughters of high-class families, who are sent there to be molded into perfect versions of themselves.
Starring in the film is Emma Roberts, Awkwafina, Eiza Gonzalez, Danielle McDonald, Milla Jovovich, Danielle Macdonald, Jeremy Irvine, and Arnaud Valois. It’s directed by Alice Waddington, who is making her feature debut. Waddington also co-wrote the screenplay along with Timecrimes and Colossal writer and director Nacho Vigalondo, and Daniel Isn’t Real and Curvature writer Brian DeLeeuw.
More info on Paradise Hills and the trailer can be found below.
I am always down for a giant monster movie. Even when it’s an incredibly strange giant monster movie.
We first heard about Colossal starring Anne Hathawayback in 2015, when it was described as Godzilla and Transformers meets one of Charlie Kaufman and Spike Jonze’s collaborations, Adaptation and Being John Malkovich.
Now the first teaser trailer for Colossal has been released, and it looks to live up to those comparisons. In it a monster is wreaking havoc on Seoul, South Korea, but as it turns out, that monster is somehow being controlled by Hathaway’s character. You can see how that wacky description looks in the trailer below!
Epic Films Group has released the first trailer for the trilogy-maker in the V/H/S found footage series, which is more officially titled V/H/S: Viral.
Just like the two movies that came before it, this latest entry is an anthology offering multiple short found footage horror flicks to enjoy. And as you’ll see, it looks every bit as ooey gooey gory as fans have come to expect of the franchise.
You can check out a description complete with all of the directors involved and the first trailer for V/H/S: Viral below.
Open Windows Director: Nacho Vigalondo
Screenwriter: Nacho Vigalondo
Cast: Elijah Wood, Sasha Grey, Neil Maskell, Adam Quintero, Ivan Gonzalez, Jaime Olias, Rachel Arieff
World Premiere | SpectreVision
Not Rated | 100 Minutes
Release Date: March 10, 2014 (SXSW)
Nick Chambers (Elijah Wood) is a lucky guy. As the winner of an online contest, he gets to have dinner with actress Jill Goddard (Sasha Grey). Goddard is promoting her latest film, Dark Sky, at the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, where Nick is scheduled to meet up with her afterward.
But then he gets a phone call from Chord, Jill’s manager. Chord (Neil Maskell) informs Nick that dinner is cancelled – that Goddard bailed on the contest – but there is a consolation prize, one that will allow Nick to interact with Jill in a way no fan ever has.
Chord gives Nick a set of hi-tech tools to spy on Jill from his laptop, giving him total access to her personal information and electronic devices, as well as security cameras. As Chord begins relaying instructions to Nick, it becomes apparent that Chord isn’t who he says he is, and that Nick is a puppet in a much bigger, more sinister plot.