Maria Bamford is a damn delight and watching her struggle with a relationship, work, and mental health issues is actually fun.
After two seasons of digging into everything about The Bachelor franchise and its maniacal manipulation, UnREAL is centering its third season around a woman suitor—a “suitress”—and here is the trailer.
The full trailer for the second season of Stranger Things is out and whuddya know! The whole gang is back! Except for Barb. Who is dead.
The 2014 science fiction novel by Jeff VanderMeer, Annihilation, seemed almost impossible to visually adapt, but there’s one thing director Alex Garland seems to have nailed: how creepy it is.
The original Peter Rabbit was a child rabbit, a disobedient scamp who ignored his mom’s advice and ventured into Mr. McGregor’s garden, then reaped the consequences. The trailer for the new movie adaptation of the book shows us a rabbit who is far too grown and knowing for these antics. He’s just a plain old jerk.
After last year’s infamous, bizarre mid-reunion unraveling, Phaedra Parks is nowhere to be seen in the trailer for this season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. No matter. Making up for her absence, two of the show’s original cast members—Kim Zolciak-Biermann, and Nene Leakes in her precarious wigs—have returned to…
Think about it—I might be right.
Blake Lively’s post-Gossip Girl pivot into film seems to consistently place her in peril.
Saoirse Ronan plays Lady Bird in the upcoming coming-of-age film of the same name; it’s her given name, because she gave it to herself.
“Listen to me! I’m human, man! I’m human,” Grace Jones says in the trailer for Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami, a documentary premiering this week at the Toronto International Film Festival. We’ll just see about that, won’t we? Shot over the course of a decade, Bloodlight and Bami was directed by Sophie Fiennes and…
“Ball hairs. The ball hairs. They’re different,” a teenage boy intones over footage of a Homeland-style evidence board, complete with red string and index cards in the trailer for Neflix’s forthcoming American Vandal, which looks like a pitch-perfect satire of true crime docuseries.
Well, they’re really doing this. Instead of announcing, “I’m sorry, we’ve made a terrible mistake,” retracting their movie, and retreating from public view as a collective, the makers of the upcoming movie 9/11, whose first trailer was roundly mocked by the entire internet when it was released a few weeks ago, have…
Here’s the trailer for Angelina Jolie’s Netflix movie First They Killed My Father, an intensely brutal account of all the terror experienced by children in the Cambodian genocide.
George Clooney directed the Coen Brothers’ script for Suburbicon, and you better believe it’s the story of an ordinary man swept up in a wacky situation out of his control.
The six-hour Netflix adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s Alias Grace looks like it’ll be full of menacing stares, violence, and bleak landscapes, just as any historical crime fiction set before forensic science should be.
The character of Loki in the first Thor movie captured many horny hearts, catapulting Tom Hiddleston from low-rent Michael Fassbender to an international dreamboat. This was all pre-Taylor Swift (t-shirt). Seeing Hiddleston back as Loki in the the Thor: Ragnarok trailer really drives home how one bad PR move can…
When you hear the words “nine” and “11” said in succession do you think “Whoopi Goldberg in a wig that sits back and high, much like a ski cap she lazily tossed on for an unseasonably warm winter day,” or “camp queen Gina Gershon,” or “Winning!” because you still associate Charlie Sheen with that prolonged meltdown he…
This is the trailer for The Snowman, a new thriller about a serial killer who cuts off the heads of “women he disapproves of,” which leads to a manhunt led by two detectives, Harry Hole and Katrine Bratt. It’s based on a book from Norway’s popular Harry Hole series, which are apparently Scandinavia’s answer to the…
Fuck Game of Thrones. This is all the prestige television I need.