Sorry for the lack of news and updates lately gang. The holiday season is upon us and work is kicking my butt, plus I've gotten back into retro gaming and am currently juggling numerous TV shows (including ASH VS. EVIL DEAD, THE WALKING DEAD, and JESSICA JONES). So to play a bit of catch-up, here are five trailers for upcoming genre films, ranging from fantastical Hollywood blockbusters, to indie Horror flicks!
TRAILER #1: BANG BANG BABY
Let's kick things off with a sci-fi musical! Stepphy (Jane Levy) dreams of running away to become a starlet of stage and screen, even more-so when teen heartthrob Bobby Shore's car breaks down in her hometown. But when a purple gas leaks from the local chemical plant, spontaneous mutations break out and threaten Stepphy's hopes for stardom! What's a girl to do?! BANG BANG BABY is now available on all Video On Demand services - scope it out!
TRAILER #2: THE LAST HOUSE
Kevin Smith regular Jason Mewes is in a race against time to rescue his girlfriend from a trio of escaped mental patients in this new indie thriller. Be sure to keep an eye out for SLEEPAWAY CAMP's very own Felissa Rose in the trailer! THE LAST HOUSE is available on DVD and VOID tomorrow!
TRAILER #3: MIDNIGHT SPECIAL
Due out in theaters on March 18th, 2016, this new sci-fi flick follows a dad on the run from authorities because his son has special (i.e. dangerous) powers. Kind of reminds me of FIRESTARTER now that I think of it. Starring Mark "Zod" Shannon, Kirsten Dunst, Sam Shepard, et al.
TRAILER #4: A MONSTER CALLS
In the tradition of PAN'S LABYRINTH (minus all the horrifying elements) comes A MONSTER CALLS, in which a young boy learns to cope with his mother's terminal illness by seeking out and befriending(?) a giant tree monster (voiced by Liam Neeson). This one is due out on October 14th, of next year, so I'm a little surprised that they've already released a teaser for it ten months early. If anything though, I am now curious about seeing the "Neeson Ent" in action.
TRAILER #5: WTF!
Three years after surviving a massacre, Rachel decides to head to a secluded cabin with some friends for a weekend of drinking and debauchery. Naturally, history begins to repeat itself as the partying "teens" begin dying off one by one. WTF! is due out sometime in 2016 on DVD and VOD!
That's all I've got for you today! Check back again soon for more movie trailers, news, and more!
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