The Big Ugly Trailer Features Vinnie Jones Getting Revenged Against Ron Perlman

The Big Ugly

4G Vision, Veritcal Entertainment and Scott Wiper’s The Big Ugly is a throwback to classic revenge films. It’s about a man who loses someone dear to him and decides to make everyone pay until he finds the man responsible. Taking on the role of vengeance-incarnate is none other than real-life tough guy and former footballer, Vinnie Jones. Continue reading “The Big Ugly Trailer Features Vinnie Jones Getting Revenged Against Ron Perlman”

Sonic Live-Action Movie Is Getting A Sequel

Sonic 2

Jeff Fowler’s Sonic: The Hedgehog is really a shining beacon of how to capture a license for a franchise, completely screw up artistically, do a complete 180, and steer the project from the lane of heading to Get Woke, Go Broke-ville and toward the Red Pills Pay Bills town. It was thanks to Fowler and the studio’s willingness to listen to fans that the movie managed to become startling success and now Paramount Pictures has greenlit a sequel. Continue reading “Sonic Live-Action Movie Is Getting A Sequel”

Japan Sinks: 2020 Anime Is About An Earthquake That Destroys Japan

Japan Sinks 2020

Leave it to Netflix to grab an anime adaptation based on Sakyo Komatsu’s 1973 novel about Japan basically sinking into the ocean after major catastrophic earthquakes breaks the nation up to its core, literally. Continue reading “Japan Sinks: 2020 Anime Is About An Earthquake That Destroys Japan”

The Last Days Of American Crime’s Trailer Avoids The Usual Netflix Pozz

The Last Days Of American Crime

Netflix is a parlor of Left-wing agitprop and a conduit for the Liberal Progressive agenda to funnel its way into the consciousness of mainstream consumers. This is not an opinion, it’s a fact. In fact, Netflix admitted to what we already know by tweeting about their unequivocal support of the gay agenda. It doesn’t get anymore clear than that. Continue reading “The Last Days Of American Crime’s Trailer Avoids The Usual Netflix Pozz”

HBO Max To Fund Then Air the Snyder Cut Of Justice League

In 2017 Warner Media released Justice League mixed fanfare and much criticism. Shortly after the film’s release, the public became aware of the existence of a complete, but unfinished version of the movie made by Zack Snyder. Subsequently dubbed the Snyder Cut, it has achieved an almost cult-like devotion with fans passionately and nightmarishly persistently requesting its release from Warner Media. Continue reading “HBO Max To Fund Then Air the Snyder Cut Of Justice League”

SPUTNIK Trailer Does Space-Horror Right

Sputnik

Vodorod Pictures and Art Pictures Studio’s SPUTNIK was supposed to release in Russian theaters on April 23rd, 2020. I don’t know if it did or not given the global lockdown that was in effect due to Mistress Corona-chan running amok among the populace, but a new trailer for the sci-fi horror film was released to give moviegoers something spicy to look forward to when it eventually lands on streaming services and video on demand in the West. Continue reading “SPUTNIK Trailer Does Space-Horror Right”

Gundala, Indonesian Super Hero Flick Is Like Thor Meets The Raid

Gundala

Outside of making hardcore, ultra-violent martial arts films, Indonesia isn’t really known for their movies. Not that I’m complaining. However, director Joko Anwar decided to step outside the box with the comic book-inspired super hero film, Gundala: Rise of a Hero, starring Abimana Aryasatya. Continue reading “Gundala, Indonesian Super Hero Flick Is Like Thor Meets The Raid”

Unhinged Trailer Has Russel Crowe Teaching An Uncouth Wench The Hard Lessons Of Life

Unhinged

Hollywood can’t get away from villainizing straight, white males as part of their ongoing push to infiltrate every aspect of your life with their own unhinged, Left-wing agitprop. However, every once in a while they manage to release a film that seems to contain a nugget of truth to it. In this particular case the film Unhinged stars Academy Award winner Russell Crowe as a guy having a really hard time in life after losing his wife, and a stuck-up, suburbanite soccer mom decides to purposely go out of her way to be rude to Crowe, leading the widower down a pathway of teaching the wench some hard lessons in life about being rude. Continue reading “Unhinged Trailer Has Russel Crowe Teaching An Uncouth Wench The Hard Lessons Of Life”

Darkness Falls Trailer Spoils A Lot The Mystery For The Upcoming Thriller

Darkness Falls

Not to be confused with the 2003 horror flick about a ghastly tooth fairy out for revenge, Julien Seri’s 2020 film, Darkness Falls, looks like a mix of Sean Penn’s The Promise and Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler wrapped up in a modern day noir mystery-thriller… or at least, that’s how it’s portrayed in the trailer. Continue reading “Darkness Falls Trailer Spoils A Lot The Mystery For The Upcoming Thriller”

Samurai Marathon Lands On Digital Distributors In The West

Samurai Marathon

Bernard Rose’s Samurai Marathon originally released back in 2019. The historical drama piece set in 1855 Japan only recently found its way to digital distributors in America, however, and it’s currently available courtesy of Well Go USA Entertainment. Continue reading “Samurai Marathon Lands On Digital Distributors In The West”

George Miller Announces Plans To Work On A Mad Max: Fury Road “Furiosa” Prequel

It looks like director George Miller has come forth to announce that he is moving ahead with a standalone Mad Max: Fury Road prequel centered around Furiosa. The movie in question will touch on her time spent in the “idyllic Green Place,” why she was plucked from the Vuvalini, and how she became a “hardened warrior.” Continue reading “George Miller Announces Plans To Work On A Mad Max: Fury Road “Furiosa” Prequel”

Sniper: Assassin’s End Trailer Captures Some Quality B-Movie Action

Sniper Assassin's End

The Sniper franchise, which originated back in 1993 with Luis Llosa’s eponymous entry starring Tom Berenger and Billy Zane, is somewhat of a low-budget guilty pleasure. The series never really took itself too seriously but managed to include small bits of realism here or there in order to keep dedicated fans interested and B-movie fanatics engaged. The quality of the films have been wildly inconsistent, especially after Chad Michael Collins came on board, but the latest entry, Sniper: Assassin’s End, actually looks pretty badass. Continue reading “Sniper: Assassin’s End Trailer Captures Some Quality B-Movie Action”

The Blackout, Russian Sci-Fi Flick Puts A Dark Spin On An Alien Invasion

The Blackout

Shout! Factory’s The Blackout: Invasion Earth is an upcoming Russian sci-fi flick where an invading force who has been living among the humans, biding their time and waiting for the right moment to strike, use a global blackout to wipe out humanity. Continue reading “The Blackout, Russian Sci-Fi Flick Puts A Dark Spin On An Alien Invasion”