This week’s collection of trailers includes Uma Thurman, Charlie Hunnam and Biggie Smalls. Not all together though, we aren’t that lucky.
All sorts of trailers are fresh on the scene. But one stands fuzzy head and shoulders above them all. Please note, these are red band restricted trailers, so children please get your parents to click the link for you.
The Happytime Murders
Sorry to Bother You
Do you ever get the feeling you’re stuck in a loop, just repeating actions that have no meaning for anyone? Well, add The Neon Movie Bunker to that loop, and get some of the finest movie talk money can’t buy! El’Ahrai and John’s reviews of “RBG” and “Breaking In” highlight this week’s episode! Troy, we live in a world where there’s a Big Momma’s House 3. I don’t think I have a chance in hell.
It’s a show, it’s a show, it’s a brand new show! John and El’Ahrai review “Tully” and “La Belle Noiseuse” and everyone has a good time. (You are having a good time, right?) Man, I don’t know. I’m gonna miss bein’ disreputable.
Here’s your trailer round up for the week. We start with this fall’s new take on Robin Hood.
Since we’re taking a look at the classics, why not a return trip to OZ with the voice talents of Ron Perlman and William Shatner?
Not a trailer, but a clip from the up coming Show Dogs.
The trailer for A Simple Favor asks just that.
A look at film directing as a woman in the documentary Half the Picture
Netflix brings us their original film Ibiza
Kin gives us some new Sci-fi to look forward to.
And here is the canine answer to last year’s Kedi, Dogs of Democracy.
A compact show this week, as El’Ahrai and John discuss “Chappaquiddick” and “Followers” for your listening pleasure. Plus a little news and all the other stuff you love so much. Keeping you at a disadvantage is an advantage I intend to keep.
As is always the case when a sure thing blockbuster is released *everyone* tries to get their preview to play in front of it. Here are some trailers that just may play in front of this week’s Modern Life Is Rubbish.