Netflix has released an official trailer for yet another upcoming original series titled Chambers.
The series, which combines drama and horror elements, stars Uma Thurman, Sivan Alyra Rose, Tony Goldwyn, Marcus LaVoi, Griffin Powell-Arcand, Nicholas Galitzine, Lilliya Scarlett Reid, and Kyanna Simone Simpson.
You can find a brief synopsis for Chambers and watch the official trailer below.
Team building exercises can be the worst. But James Gunn has found a way to make it just a little bit entertaining by turning those team building exercises into a bloody, twisted game of survival in The Belko Experiment.
While the filmmaker was too busy working on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 to direct it himself, he handed over his script to director Greg McLean (Wolf Creek). Now we are finally getting our first look at the film in an all-new trailer. Check it out below.
Later this summer Disney will release the first United States Blu-ray of Tarzan, its 1999 animated feature. Disney’s take on the legendary man among the apes swung into our lives some 15 years ago. Its impact, much like that of another animated, African-set adventure (The Lion King) can be found in many areas across The Walt Disney Company. The breathtakingly beautiful film offers the emotional resonance of Disney’s most renowned classics. Likewise, its stellar soundtrack is like none the studio had developed up to that point.
Grab a vine and get ready to remember why Tarzan remains in many an individual’s heart.
A brand new red band trailer for the new action/thriller from CBS Films, The Mechanic, has been released to the masses.
The movie stars Jason Statham as a deadly assassin who uses incredibly meticulous methods to get the job done better and more efficiently than all others, and Ben Foster as the son of Statham’s slain friend who comes to him in hopes of learning his father’s trade from the best there is.
The Mechanic is directed by Simon West (Con Air, Laura Croft: Tomb Raider), and also stars Donald Sutherland, Tony Goldwyn, Jeff Chase, and Mini Anden.
All-in-all, it looks like this could be a lot of fun if you’re into fast and violent action flicks, and you can get a real taste of what to expect by continuing on below to read a full synopsis and watch the RED BAND trailer now! As always, this trailer is of the very NSFW variety. You’ve been warned!
The Last House on the Left Unrated & Theatrical Versions
Directed by: Dennis Iliadis
Starring: Garret Dillahunt, Tony Goldwyn, Monica Potter, Sara Paxton, Aaron Paul, Spencer Treat Clark, Rinki Lindhome
Release Date: August 18, 2009
If someone hurt someone you love, how far would you go to get revenge?
That tagline perfectly sums up The Last House on the Left — the new horror movie remake of the 1972 Wes Craven classic. To look in the eyes of someone who has badly hurt or killed someone you love; that anger and confusion and complete uncertainty as to what to do next — a situation people can truly fear.
The movie follows John and Emma Collingwood (Tony Goldwyn and Monica Potter), as well as their daughter, Mari (Sara Paxton). The family is off to their lake house for a traditional and much-needed vacation from their busy lives. Not long after they arrive, Mari talks her parents into letting her borrow the car to go and see her old friend Paige (Martha MacIsaac) who works at a store near the summer home. While visiting her friend at the store, a very nervous looking boy named Justin (Spencer Treat Clark) comes in and attempts to buy a pack of cigarettes and is asked for an I.D. he obviously doesn’t have. The conversation turns friendly-flirty and a deal is eventually reached that in exchange for a free pass on the smokes, Justin would provide Paige with some high-quality smoking material of the illegal variety.