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The Boy Ain’t Right in New Trailer for Brahms: The Boy...

Katie Holmes must contend with a disturbed child on top of a supremely creepy, and murderous, doll in the all new trailer for The...

The New Mutants Live With an Impressive New Trailer

After a lot of debate on whether or not this film would see the light of day, Disney/20th Century Fox have released a new...

Go Back to the Beginning With the Full Trailer for A...

Paramount Pictures is kicking off the New Year with the first full length trailer for A Quiet Place Part II, showing off new threats...

Venture Beyond the Path in First Look at A Quiet Place...

The first look at the sequel to the surprise thriller, A Quiet Place, has arrived with a brief teaser promising a more complete look...

Things Get Gory in Latest Trailer for The Grudge

A terrifying new red band trailer for The Grudge has arrived showing off a whole bunch of bloody horror that awaits audiences. This new trailer...

Universal Taps Elizabeth Banks to Helm New Invisible Woman Film

Universal Pictures is continuing to expand their horror monster line-up and has hired Elizabeth Banks to direct and star in a new take on...

You Might Never Come Home in First Trailer for Fantasy Island

Today brings our first look at Sony Pictures' Fantasy Island film, bringing the classic series to the modern day with a more chilling twist....

Question Your Sanity In The First Trailer for The Invisible Man

The first trailer for Universal Pictures and Blumhouse's upcoming The Invisible Man remake has arrived, teasing legitimate terrors. While Universal has really struggled to get...

IT Chapter 2 Brings The Terror Home This December

Warner Bros. has announced the home entertainment release details for IT Chapter 2, which will arrive just in time for the holidays!  The second half...

The Boy Ain’t Right In This New Antlers Trailers

Fox Searchlight has released an all new trailer for the upcoming Keri Russell starring horror/thriller, Antlers. If the first trailer for Antlers was all about...

The Casual Cinecast Discusses 1917, The Oscars, and More

In this week's episode of the Casual Cinecast, the crew reviews Sam Mendes' 1917, share their hopes for 2020 in film, and break down...