Ahead of its premiere in the "not-too-distant future" on April 14th, the trailer for Netflix's new season of Mystery Science Theater 3000 teases the reopening of a notorious—and hilarious—experiment.
"The human whose name is written in this note shall die." Ahead of its August 25th release on Netflix, Adam Wingard's live-action Death Note movie (based on Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata's popular manga) is teased in a new trailer featuring Nat Wolff as Light Turner and Willem Dafoe as the voice of Shinigami Ryuk, who is hidden in the shadows.
You may be hesitant to drink your next cup of tea after watching the official trailer for My Cousin Rachel, Roger Michell's paranoid love story starring Rachel Weisz and Sam Claflin.
If you're "thirsty for more" iZombie, then you're in luck, because the living dead mystery series is returning for its third season on The CW this April, and you can get a taste of the brain eating to come in a new trailer and poster.
It's been announced that Jordan Peele (Get Out) will be the recipient of The National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO)'s "CinemaCon Director of the Year" award. Congrats, Mr. Peele! Also in today's Highlights: Other Madnesses trailer and release details, Kill The Minotaur, Raised by Wolves, and The Quiet Hour.
Using the city skyline as her camouflage, Major (Scarlett Johansson) batters her opponent with punches and kicks in a water-based brawl.
A devastating life-or-death choice must be made in the 15th installment of Fear The Walking Dead: Passage, which you can watch online right now ahead of its TV debut this Sunday on AMC.
Before Stargate and Independence Day hit the big screen, Roland Emmerich directed Making Contact, coming to Blu-ray and DVD this May from Kino Lorber.
Peter Capaldi's reign as the Twelfth Doctor may be coming to an end, but Fathom Events and BBC America are teaming up to celebrate in style by bringing the Doctor Who Season 10 premiere to the big screen in select theaters on April 17th and 19th.
Ghost Rider could be riding into your town in Dorbz form courtesy of Funko. Also in today's Highlights: Ethan Embry's appearance on the Splathouse podcast to discuss The Devil's Candy (2015), a teaser trailer for The Heretics, and news on Dante Tomaselli's Witches album.
The "March to War" continues on The Walking Dead, and with only two episodes left this season, new preview videos and photos tease the penultimate season 7 episode, "Something They Need," which will feature the return of familiar (and deadly) faces.
Hot-wiring a car in the living dead apocalypse adds even more urgency to an already risky action. Following the recent unveiling of a new photo gallery, AMC just released a new car-centric clip from the next episode of The Walking Dead, titled "The Other Side."
It's kill or be killed in The Belko Experiment, now out in theaters, and if you want to see the film through a different lens, Huxley Berg Studios recently recreated the movie's red band trailer with LEGOs.
Scream Factory is spotlighting the further adventures of Alex Murphy with their Collector's Edition Blu-rays of RoboCop 2 and RoboCop 3, and ahead of their respective releases on March 21st, we have a look at high-def clips and trailers for the sequels.
Out today in theaters from BH Tilt and Orion Pictures is The Belko Experiment, and following the release of the film's first claymation short, additional animated looks at the movie have been revealed, along with a new behind-the-scenes video.