Practice doesn’t always make perfect in the new trailer and poster from Universal Studio’s Piercing, the twisted tale of a man who seemingly heads away on business, but plans instead to check into a hotel and kill an unsuspecting victim.
Piercing will be in theaters, On Demand and Digital on February 1, 2019.
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.
Pink is a rock & roll powerhouse with a range that encompasses the softest ballad to the most soul-wrenching scream. That she’s covering Jefferson Airplane’s White Rabbit for Alice Through The Looking Glass has to be considered something of a coup for the production – as you will hear in the featurette that follows the jump, she can hit that icy sharp edge that Grace Slick made famous with the Airplane.
To pair up with the Pink/Alice/White Rabbit featurette, Disney has also released an extended spot for the film – which you will also find following the jump. Enjoy!
Alice Through The Looking Glass premieres on May 27th.
Alice Through The Looking Glass brings Alice Kingsleigh back an to Underland in chaos – and a Mad Hatter who is not himself, having lost his Muchness. Alice finds herself on a quest to set things right.
Alice Through The Looking Glass premiere on May 27th. Check out the even spiffier new poster after the jump.
As someone who enjoyed Hammer and American International horror films in the seventies, I found Crimson Peak to be breathtaking both as an exercise in Gothic horror and as an application of modern resources to a very traditional type of tale.
Though Crimson Peak is a horror tale with ghosts, it is not really a ghost story – people are far nastier than ectoplasm here.
Crimson Peak is Guillermo Del Toro’s passion project – the one he has worked on for years (as many as his H.P. Lovecraft adaptation? Probably). It’s a classic ghost story set in a big old mansion in which there are areas that ‘are not safe.’
The cast – which is pretty awesome – includes Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain and Charlie Hunnam. Legendary Pictures has released a new trailer that you can see immediately following the jump.