Monthly Archives: April 2016

Batman: The Killing Joke

After weeks of tweeting and hinting at an actual trailer, the official trailer for Batman: The Killing Joke has been released.  For those who have not read the graphic novel before, The Killing Joke is one of the darkest a … Continue reading

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Jason Bourne

After a Superbowl teaser, the full trailer for the upcoming Jason Bourne film has finally been released.  The trailer seems to be much in the vein of the previous Bourne films, including an appearance from Julia Stiles (who I still … Continue reading

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The Dr. Strange trailer premieres

After months of pictures being released from filming, Marvel has released the trailer for their upcoming film, Dr. Strange.  The trailer boasts a very different feel from the previous Marvel films.  Instead of a Thor/Avengers feel, the trailer plays more … Continue reading

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

After an earlier teaser, Warner Brothers released the full trailer for their upcoming film set in the Harry Potter universe, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.  The trailer which brings in the quite familiar Harry Potter theme near the … Continue reading

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Suicide Squad trailer #2

No matter what you think of the trailers themselves, you have to give it to the people that have made the Suicide Squad trailers, they sure know what they are doing in terms of the music.  The first trailer’s music, … Continue reading

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Star Wars: Rogue One

After much anticipation, the trailer for the first standalone Star Wars movie has been released, and I must say that it is quite an interesting experience. Gone are the incredibly high expectations of continuing a story with pre-established characters that … Continue reading

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The BFG

After numerous teasers, the trailer has arrived for the Steven Spielberg-directed adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic The BFG. As one of Dahl’s lesser known, but more often more beloved stories, this was a story that seemed ripe for a feature … Continue reading

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