Fast-paced action and pulpy thrills don’t always get their due, but Mickey Keating’s Carnage Park looks like it just might.
A young woman fleeing a robbery gone wrong winds up in a cat and mouse situation with a crazed ex-military sniper. Sounds like a recipe for some deranged thrills, doesn’t it?
Check out the trailer after the break. Carnage Park will open in theaters and VOD on July 1st.
Continue reading Pure Pulp Trailer: Carnage Park!
The biggest problem with X-Men: Apocalypse is that it’s the third film in a very successful reboot series and it just goes on and on and on… But at least it’s not X-Men: Last Stand.
Continue reading X-Men Apocalypse: Third Time’s Not a Charm!
Morgan is a prodigy – walking and talking a one month; self-sufficient by six. He’s also something of an experiment – an experiment thas now gone terribly wrong.
Check out the trailer for Morgan after the break. Morgan will be in theaters on September 2nd.
Continue reading Prodigy Trailer: Morgan!
Since Carpool Karaoke is going international, it seems that The Late Late Show’s James Corden is looking to continue to conquer the world with another hot virally compatible idea: Drop the Mic – a kind of rap battle in which the opponents freestyle dis each other.
Corden’s got skills, but he keeps getting shown up by the unexpected talents of the likes of Anne Hathaway and, last night, not only David Schwimmer, but a Rebel Wilson who was tired of ‘white boy raps’ so she came on down and stole the show.
Check that shizzy out after break!
Continue reading Is Drop the Mic the New Carpool Karaoke?
Alice Through the Looking Glass is a collection of pretty pictures, great VFX (lovely 3D!) and a handful of moving moments, a few good laughs and some genuine wit – all enshrouded in many, many, many moments that threaten an unexpected bout of nap attack.
Continue reading Alice Through the Looking Glass Is Snoozeworthy!
Tony Award-winnerJames Corden, of The Late Late Show with James Corden, will host The 70th Annual Tony Awards.
Presenters will include Cate Blanchett, Nathan, Lane, Steve Martin, Oprah Winfrey and more.
The 70th Annual tony Awards will be broadcast live from the Beacon Theatre on CBS (Sunday, June 12th, 8/7C). For more, follow the jump.
Continue reading Presenters for The 70th Annual Tony Awards Announced!
Even when Orphan Black (BBC America, Thursdays, 10/9C) lightens up on the mythology to go for seemingly straightforward character stuff, it’s still twisted and complex.
The Antisocialism of Sex is one such episode as Sarah seeks to drown her guilt in sex and drugs and booze; Cosima attempts a bit of crazy science; Alison tries to give her daughter Gemma a great birthday slumber party, and Rachel is freed from her cozy prison.
Continue reading Orphan Black: Twisted and Complex Even When It’s Simple and Straightforward!
She’s from Earth; he’s from Mars.
The Space Between Us is about a boy who was born between and grew up on Mars. While trying to find out who his father was, he meets a bright young woman named Tulsa and they develop a really long distance relationship.
When he finally gets a chance to go to Earth, scientists discover his organs can’t handle Earth’s atmosphere – so he runs away with Tulka to find his father in a race against time.
Check out the trailer following the jump. The Space Between Us opens on August 19th.
Continue reading Interplanetary Romance Trailer: The Space Between Us!
In 1986, Federal agent Robert Mazur infiltrated Pablo Escobar’s drug-trafficking scene as a money laundering wizard. With the help of fellow agent Emir Abreu and rookie agent Kathy Ertz, Mazur was able to gather evidence that led to the indictments of 85 drug lords and the corrupt bankers who cleaned their dirty money, along with the collapse of the Bank of Credit and Commerce International, one of the largest money-laundering banks in the world.
Their story – taken from Masur’s autobiography – has been adapted for film as The Infiltrator. It opens on July 13th. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Continue reading Insidious Trailer: The Infiltrator!
The critically acclaimed animated series Bojack Horseman is about to enter its third season of denouncing the very critics who love it while asking important questions like ‘Why is Mr. Peanutbutter so annoying?’
The show’s third season premiere date is unveiled in a new teaser – which you can view after the break.
Continue reading Meditation on Depression Teaser: Bojack Horseman Season 3 Premiere Set!
When Starz series Power and Survivor’s Remorse return in July, they will be going head-to-head with Game of Thrones and other Sunday night power programming.
Season three of Power returns on Sunday, July 17th (9/8C), while season three of Survivor’s Remorse premieres on Sunday, July 24th (10/9C). For more, follow the jump.
Continue reading Starz Shows Power and Survivor’s Remorse Move To Sunday!