Director Mark Netter brings us a new version of sci-fi horror that is more modernized in Nightmare Code (2014). This trailer walks us through the simple uses for this new technology as behavior recognition. The program evolves into a behavior modification code leading humans to do evil acts. A great example of a good movie trailer. Andrew J. West, Mei Melancon, and Googy Gress star in Nightmare Code.
Anchor Bay Films and director R.D. Braunstein bring us I Spit on Your Grave: Vengeance is Mine (2015), I Spit on Your Grave 3 (2015). This movie trailer focuses a lot more on the revenge aspect and the methods of dealing out "justice." Sarah Butler, Jennifer Landon, and Doug McKeon star in I Spit on Your Grave 3.
Anthony DiBlasi's (Dread (2009), Last Shift (2014), Cassadaga (2011)) Last Shift (2014) is a horror thriller movie that most of you horror fans will enjoy. This trailer gives you a complete scope of what to expect from this horror film. There are scary, creepy scenes throughout the trailer but even though a lot is revealed in the trailer, the ending is going to get you. Juliana Harkavy, Joshua Mikel, and J. LaRose star in Last Shift.
Co-directors Michael Rasmussen and Shawn Rasmussen bring us The Inhabitants (2015) which seems very suspenseful and slow. The movie trailer looks like a much more interesting and faster-paced version of the film but if you like slow developing horror films full of suspense, The Inhabitants may be just what you need. There are some pretty cool creepy scenes in the trailer too. Elise Couture, Michael Reed, and India Pearl star in The Inhabitants.
Michael Polish's Amnesiac (2015) movie trailer looks interesting with Kate Bosworth and Wes Bentley playing wife and husband until Wes Bentley realizes she is not his wife after all. Amnesiac seems like it is along the lines of Stephen King's Misery (1990) but with more mind games. Kate Bosworth, Wes Bentley, and Olivia Rose Keegan star in Amnesiac.
Lauro Chartrand's Blackburn (2015) is not a movie for everyone. Fans of the subgenre including films like The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and The Hills Have Eyes would enjoy this movie, but I do not like that subgenre, so the trailer was viewed with those thoughts in mind. The movie trailer looks okay in the beginning half then spirals out of control with tons of gory scenes. Lochlyn Munro, Jen Soska, and Calum Worthy star in Blackburn.
Warner Bros. and Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) has a new trailer that premiered on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night. This trailer is jam-packed with new footage in a 3-minute video. The trailer stresses the tension between Superman (Henry Cavill) and Batman (Ben Affleck) with Lex Luther (Jesse Eisenberg) making an appearance along with Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and Doomsday. The movie trailer ends with the core members of the Justice League…
Hank Braxtan's Unnatural (2015) from VMI Worldwide has some great sceneries and tone. I usually do not put much stock in survival movies because they are so similar, but this trailer makes me excited to see the full film. The trailer slowly sets up the watcher for the "mad scientist" aspect of the movie where they reveal that genetically engineered polar bears have been created, and they are huge. James Remar, Sherilyn Fenn, and Ron Carlson star in…
He Never Died (2015) is coming to movie theaters on December 18, 2015, via Vertical Entertainment. Jason Krawczyk directs Henry Rollins, Booboo Stewart, and Steven Ogg in this supernatural noir film. The trailer looks really good and full of action. Jack (Rollins), aka Cain from Genesis, is still alive and tries to live a simple life, but someone kidnaps his daughter and Cain is mad for revenge. I really want to see this movie, but I do…
I have a soft spot for the trailers from the 90's and there strong narrative. Jim Wynorski's 976-Evil II (1991) movie trailer looks fantastic and has all the right scares. The 976-Evil movies, including Robert Englund's 976-EVIL (1988), have always been a guilty pleasure of mine that I watch again every few years. This trailer is a good movie trailer for a not so good film. Debbie James, Rene Assa, and Patrick O'Bryan star in 976-Evil II.