A Man Without Hope is a Man Without the Neon Movie Bunker

Greetings and salutations, earthling. Coming to you this week from beyond the farthest edge of the galaxy, John and El’Ahrai review “Captain Marvel” and “Divide & Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes” But wait, there’s more! We also have an interview with “Finding Steve McQueen” director Mark Steven Johnson! Well, then, as your attorney in this matter I advise you to marry the woman immediately.

 

Trailers? Trailers? We don’t need no stinkin’ trailers!

I mean, we don’t literally need them in a hierarchy of needs sort of way, but I do really like having them. Like this one for the upcoming raunch comedy Good Boys.

Or this one for upcoming raunch comedy Booksmart.

Or this one for upcoming raunch comedy The Wind (ok, I lied, it’s a horror film, but it is the only one that isn’t restricted).

And then there’s this rom com with Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen.

And now the trailer for the movie that wants to be the Millenial’s answer to Singles. I’m sorry. I’m so so sorry. No one needed that.

And this one has a fun late 90’s indie vibe to it. And hopefully will serve as a palatte cleanser.

 

This week’s trailer drop!

As long time visitors of the Bunker might have noticed, I’m a fan of the general form of the movie trailer. And this week we have some spectacular ones to take a peek at. Starting with…

Brightburn

 

Hail Satan is our first documentary of the week.

Relaxer

Five Feet Apart

 

Triple Frontier

White Chamber

The Souvenir

Lost & Found

Her Smell

Bunuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles

The Public

The Haunting of Sharon Tate, the second film from friend of the Bunker Daniel Farrands

Master of Dark Shadows, a documentary look at the man behind the dark soap.

Midsommer, new film from Hereditary director Ari Aster.

And for a little bit of tonal whiplash, let’s go from Midsommer to a fun clip from the upcoming Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase

The world will never be the same once you see it through the eyes of the Neon Movie Bunker

It’s a week of subtitles on this episode, as El’Ahrai and John bring you reviews of “Never Look Away” and “The House”! Plus a rant, some news, home video picks, and more! This is a new company record! If it wouldn’t be such a waste of a damn-fine enlisted man I’d recommend you for OCS!

The notorious true story of the Neon Movie Bunker

It’s time to shovel the last bit of dirt onto 2018’s grave, and John and El’Ahrai do that by breaking down the winners and losers of the 91st Academy Awards! Plus! Reviews of “How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” and “Willard”! In our line of work, it’s not good to be famous. Anonymous is the goal.

Prepare for the Neon Movie Bunker

Does your life need a bit more sunshine? Well, maybe listening to us can help. This week, El’Ahrai and John review “Alita: Battle Angel” and “So Dark the Night”! Plus other discussions and stuff. Oh, that’s the sun. Don’t stare directly into that.

So. Many. Trailers.

Looking out into the web there are oodles and oodles of new trailers to look at. So let’s jump in!

Let’s start with the obvious biggie, FROZEN 2.

And now a peek at the movie that looks at the CIA’s program with psychic spies, THIRD EYE SPIES

 

Next, we go AMONG THE SHADDOWS with some werewolves.

 

Here we have a movie with perhaps the best title since Zombeavers; THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER AND THEN THE BIGFOOT staring Sam Elliot.

 

Part beautiful travelouge, part drug thriller HOLIDAY has something for you to peep at.

 

Laika’s next animated feature MISSING LINK has a new trailer which you can see here.

 

Friend of the Bunker, Daniel Farrands next horror film has a trailer as well, here’s your first look at THE HAUNTING OF SHARON TATE!

 

This one wants to say WELCOME TO ACAPULCO!

 

Do you love your phone assistant? Ever wonder if it likes you? AMI may have the answer.

 

SXSW darling GIRL ON THE THIRD FLOOR makes an appearance.

 

The perfectly cast Sophia Lillis is Nancy in NANCY DREW AND THE HIDDEN STAIRCASE

 

A one-woman solo sailing trip across the Atlantic is the subject of STYX

 

That’s all for now, but don’t worry, they’ll make more!