The presses have been offline for a while thanks to real life, but real life didn’t stop news from happening. Here are a few of the stores we found interesting or exciting while we were sleeping.
Movies, Television, Trailers / Comments Off on Trailer Roundup: Bad Boys, Invisible Men, Animated Hedgehogs, and mind bending horrors
I’m behind with the trailer roundup this week so the write-ups may be brief, but there are a ton of trailers to get through so let’s do this thing! You will have noticed the red band at the top of this post so yes at least one of the trailers is rated R, which seems like a natural fit with the kids’ movies also in this post. Fun!
Movies, Television, Trailers / Comments Off on Trailer Roundup: A Grudge, A Photo, A Flower, A Banker, A Classic, and a New Pope
This week we only have a few new trailers for you. There’s a new remake of The Grudge, a scifi horror festival darling in Little Joe, romance in The Photograph, awards bait in The Banker, grime in the new CHristmas Carol adaptation, and a brand new pope on HBO. Let’s watch!
Movies, News, Television / Comments Off on Awesome News: Getting out of the Star Wars, Going Back into the Spider-Verse
There has been more than a few big news stories this week and I barely know where to begin. Let’s dive right in!
Movies, Posters, Television / Comments Off on Poster Gallery: The Mandalorian, Queenie & Slim, Little Women, and more!
Little Women, Richard Jewell, The Aeronauts, and Ford v Ferrari all have new posters this week but I know you’re only here for The Mandalorian.
Television, Trailers / Comments Off on Trailer: The Mandalorian (+ 70 Captures)
There’s a new trailer for the Disney+ series The Mandalorian. Let’s take a closer look!
It has been kind of a slow week for movie trailers, but HBO and Netflix have released some series trailers that are definitely worth taking a look at. This week we have trailers for The Mandela Effect, Bloodshot, and Adopt a Highway as well as HBO’s Watchmen, the final season of Silicon Valley, and 2020 series The Outsider, and finally, Netflix has released a trailer for the third season of The Crown featuring a whole new cast.
Oh, and a B-Movie franchise called "Star Wars" released a trailer as well.
Reviews, Television / Comments Off on Review: ‘The War of the Worlds’ is a thoughtful, Edwardian adventure
The War of the Worlds is a classic story that has been adapted numerous times. Whether your favourite is the Orson Welles radio drama, the Tom Cruise/Steven Spielberg adaptation, or Independence Day this is clearly a story you’ve seen before.
What’s interesting though is that despite the many adaptations there are precious few that take place within the time frame of the original written story. Which is one of the two refreshing changes with this thoughtful adaptation of the story produced by the BBC and airing on T+E in Canada.
If you’re expecting an action blockbuster I’m telling you that you should temper those expectations right now, this adaptation is a thoughtful slow burn more concerned with the effect the invasion would have than the invasion itself. That is to say, it’s pretty good.
Movies, News, Television / Comments Off on Awesome News: Lost Scorsese films, new musicals, a reunion, a spinoff, and more!
All the news that is news or at least all the news that I found interesting. That’s called "curation" folks. Let’s dive right into what was going on this week, shall we?
Television, Trailers / Comments Off on Trailer Roundup, TV Edition: Star Trek, Star Trek, Snowpiercer, and also Star Trek
The plan is to post about trailers once a week but there are so many dang trailers I had to separate them somehow. So here are some TV trailers from this week, including three for Star Trek and one for Snowpiercer. Also, Stranger Things, Mrs. Fletcher, War of the Worlds, and His Dark Materials.
Movies, Recommends, Television, Trailers / Comments Off on Trailer Roundup: Jesse Pinkman is Back, Elsa is Back, Nic Cage is Back, Godzilla is Back, The Kingsmen are back, and Martin Scorsese is Back (with Robert De Niro, to boot)
This week we take a look at Frozen 2, American Son, Uncut Gems, El Camino, Dollface, Sweetheart, Primal, Wounds, Criterion #1000, Godzilla: The Complete Shōwa Era Films, The King’s Man, and Martin Scorsese’s latest The Irishman.
Movies, News, Television / Comments Off on Awesome News: Saturn Awards, Creative Emmy Awards, Kung Fury, AppleTV+, Disney+, and more!
Another week gone by, another literal ton of news to go over. Welcome to the third edition of Awesome News! This week we cover the Hugo Award and Creative Emmy Awards winners, Hailee Steinfeld joins Hawkeye, AppleTV+ launch date and price, Disney+ full launch day roster, a feature length Kung Fury is still happening, Michael Fassbender is working with Taika Waititi, and new movies from Funko Pops (yes, really) and M Night Shyamalan. No word on a collaboration between those two. Yet.
Anyway let’s get to it.
Movies, Television, Trailers / Comments Off on Trailer Roundup: Hot air balloons, the Black Bonnie & Clyde, Watchmen, and more
Oh, you thought that the VIFF Trailer Roundup yesterday was the only one this week? Nope, it just would have made too many in one post. This week we’re looking at trailers for The Aeronauts, Gretel & Hansel, Little Monsters, Watchmen, Waves, Midway, Like a Boss, and Queenie & Slim. Let’s get to it!
Hello again Awesome Friday readers. I’m glad you’ve both stuck around! It’s been another week and here are the highlights. And maybe some low-lights, depending who you are asking.
Just kidding they’re all highlights. There’s even a new dinosaur movie for you to watch this weekend!
News, Posters, Television, Trailers / Comments Off on Awesome: ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ is getting 12 new episodes!
San Diego Comic Con is under way which means there is going to be more news flying around than I could ever keep up with, but here’s some great news for Star Wars fans: The Clone Wars is getting new episodes!