A24 has released a new trailer for the upcoming horror movie It Comes at Night, which is written and directed by Trey Edward Shults (Krisha) and stars Joel Edgerton, Riley Keough, Christopher Abbott, Carmen Ejogo, and Kelvin Harrison, Jr.
The movie is a post-apocalyptic horror, set after an unspecified event changes the world as we know it, and follows a family who take a young couple looking for shelter into their home out in the woods. But an unnatural danger now inhabits the world, and the looming threat of it puts their attempt to exist together to the test.
You can read an official synopsis, watch the trailer, and see a pair of posters for the movie below.
Leave it to A24 to give us out of the box films. From last year’s The Witch and The Lobster, the production studio consistently gives audiences strangely entertaining movies. Come late August this year, they will continue that trend with the frightfully cold It Comes At Night.
From director Trey Edward Shults (Krisha), the tense thriller stars Joel Edgerton as a father who protects his family from an unknown threat by hiding them in a cabin in the woods. When a family comes over seeking refuge, his morals are put to the test as the horrors he swore he protect his family from is coming. Check out the trailer below.
Netflix continues to release impressive trailers for intriguing new movies and TV shows. This time it’s for an original movie titled The Discovery, and it looks like one hell of trip.
The strange looking movie is a science fiction romance, telling the story of two people who fall in love in a time when the afterlife is not one of life’s greatest and most debated mysteries anymore—it’s been scientifically proven to be real. Because of this astonishing discovery, an alarming number of people are killing themselves off. If you know there’s more after death why wait, right?
Mad Max: Fury Road Director: George Miller
Writer(s): George Miller, Brendan McCarthy, Nico Lathouris
Cast: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Riley Keough, ZoÃ« Kravitz, Abbey Lee, Courtney Eaton Warner Bros. Pictures
Rated R | 120 Minutes
Release Date: May 15, 2015
“Oh, what a day! What a lovely day!”
Mad Max: Fury Road is nothing short of a goddamn masterpiece. This is an epic of grease, gunpowder, and gasoline – a feminist, post-apocalyptic Western on wheels, all shiny and chrome. This is action cinema in its purest, most exhilarating form.
Co-written and directed by George Miller, Fury Road finds The Road Warrior himself, Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy), pursued by Warboys, a bloodthirsty clan of marauders under the command of the tyrannical Immortan Joe (Hugh Keays-Byrne). The leather-clad maniacs capture Max and haul him off to the Citadel, a massive stronghold where the warlord rules over the poor, sickly wretches of the wasteland.
Within the Citadel, Max becomes a blood bag for Nux (Nicholas Hoult), a wounded Warboy. Max hangs upside down, his blood draining into Nux, who wants nothing more than to die a glorious soldier’s death and be ushered into shiny, chrome-colored Valhalla.
A brand new trailer for the upcoming post-apocalyptic epic Mad Max: Fury Road has been released by Warner Brothers. This latest preview of the fourth movie in the series by director George Miller, which also includes Mad Max, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, all starring Mel Gibson, is dubbed a “Legacy Trailer” and looks back at the past movies from 36, 33, and 30 years ago.
We’ve seen plenty of trailers for the movie that have overwhelmed us with excitement, but to see these clips of the decades-old movies before getting another peek at Fury Road only adds another layer of excitement as the blues and blacks and other colors popping amongst the predominantly dusty brownish-orange hue of the newest installment really get those sensory receptors firing off nicely.
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