Lionsgate has released the first trailer for the new thriller Knives Out. Rian Johnson returns with a great assembled cast in a movie that promises to pay tribute to masterminds Agatha Christie and Alfred Hitchcock with his own modern-day murder-mystery.
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A24 has revealed the second official trailer for Ari Aster’s cult horror film Midsommar, the follow-up to his highly acclaimed feature debut Hereditary. Starring Florence Pugh and Jake Raynor as a struggling couple who reluctantly takes a summer trip together only for their relationship to derail because of a sinister cult.
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This week we were treated to the first trailer for the upcoming Christmas horror movie Krampus, which stars Adam Scott, Toni Collette and David Koechner. If you looked at just the cast you might assume it’s a new holiday comedy rather than what looks to be a promising and intense horror flick about the creature more commonly known as the Christmas Devil, but here we are.
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A Hitchcock Biography sounds like a perfect idea for a film. The man was a genius, with over 60 titles to his credit he gave us such classics as Psycho, Rear Window, North by Northwest, The Birds, and Vertigo. He was a truly brilliant filmmaker. The folks at Left Hand Horror give the official press release from Fox Searchlight. In it they say that principal photography began April 13th. The film stars Anthony Hopkins as Hitchcock. The cast also includes Academy Award® winner Helen Mirren as Hitchcok’s wife. The ever beautiful Scarlett Johansson, Jessica Biel, Toni Collette of Little Miss Sunshine and Sixth Sense fame, and to round it all off we also have Red Forman (Kurtwood Smith) and Daneilson (Ralph Macchio), who most likely will have something to do involving boots and asses.
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