This documentary takes us inside the world of one of the most outrageous acts ever, GWAR. Along with interviews with the band’s members, you’ll hear how the masters of trash metal have influenced everyone from Weird Al to Bam Margera, and the hard work that goes into their fluid-soaked stage shows. Coming to Shudder on 7.21.22.
A24 is the studio behind such intense movies as Midsommar, Men, and The Lighthouse. Can you imagine what might happen if the indie studio released Mike Myers’ bizarre live-action version of The Cat in the Hat? It might look something like this terrifying horror edit from YourMovieSucksDOTorg.
(PG-13) James Cameron’s Aliens was one of the best movies of the 1980s, and it still holds up to repeat viewings. What didn’t age as well is its original 1986 trailer, so Michael Edwards got to work editing together a new trailer with a more modern aesthetic and that builds the tension much better than the original.
After a cryptic series of teasers, we have a slightly better idea of what to expect from Jordan Peele’s science fiction/horror film NOPE. While the trailer doesn’t give away too much, the main story follows a group of residents of a small California town who think they’ve experienced an alien encounter. In theaters 7.22.22.
Mike Judge returns to some well-fertilized comedy ground as America’s dumbest duo returns for an all-new adventure. After being forced to enter Space Camp back in 1998, Beavis and Butt-Head end up flying a space shuttle and encounter alien life, unicorns, and their future selves. Drops 6.23.22 on Paramount+.
Filmmaker Brett Morgen (Cobain: Montage of Heck) directed this visual and auditory spectacle for David Bowie fans. Rather than present his life as a documentary, the film celebrates Bowie and his personas through concert and archival footage, some of which has never been seen before. In theaters 9.2022.
Even though we know Cassian Andor’s fate, we’re excited to learn his backstory. In this epic new Star Wars series, Diego Luna revisits his Rogue One character to tell the story of the birth of the rebellion against the evil Empire. Premieres on Disney+ on 8.31.2022.
Idris Elba and Sharlto Copley star in this survival thriller about a family who goes on an African safari vacation, only to encounter the feline equivalent of Cujo. Will they evade the deadly lion’s claws, or will the beast prove it’s at the top of the food chain? Directed by Baltasar Kormakur (Everest, Adrift).
Director George Miller (of Mad Max fame) teamed up with Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba for this imaginative and lighthearted adventure about a lonely woman who purchases a trinket at a bazaar and finds out it contains a genie. How will she use her wishes?
After receiving a blood transfusion from her cousin Bruce Banner, Attorney Jennifer Walters finds herself infused with Hulk-like superpowers. Tatiana Maslany stars as She-Hulk, with Mark Ruffalo as Banner/Hulk, Tim Roth as Abomination, and Jamilla Jamil as her nemesis Titiana. Coming to Disney+ 8.17.2022.
(PG-13: Gore, Language) Homelander has been pushed even further off the rails, Billy Butcher has temporary Supe powers, and Soldier Boy makes his grand and bloody entrance for what’s bound to be another brutal and visceral season of Amazon Prime’s hit comic book series, The Boys. Premieres 6.3.2022.
Film fanatic Denis-Carl Robidoux is on a mission to preserve as many old movie trailers as he can. So he built a machine he calls the Gugusse Roller that plays 8mm, 16mm, or 35mm film reels and captures each frame digitally. Thus far, he’s digitized more than 500 trailers from movies dating from the 1960s to the early 2000s.
HBO posted this unlisted teaser trailer for the fourth season of Westworld. Set to Lou Reed’s Perfect Day, the footage is packed with tidbits and clues about what awaits in the battle of the hosts as they delve deeper into the big city and return to some familiar locations. Is New York City just another Delos creation?
Filmmaker Danny Boyle directed this fictionalized 6-episode series about the legendary punk band The Sex Pistols. Based on guitarist Steve Jones’ memoir Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol, it follows the band on its explosive rise to fame against the backdrop of mid-1970s England. Drops 5.31.22 on Hulu.
Will Mystery Science Theater 3000 ever run out of bad movies to scoff at? Nope. MST3K returns for its 13th season, this time with three snarky humans suffering through the cheesy F-movie dreck on the big screen: Kinga Forrester (Felicia Day), loyal henchman Max (Patton Oswalt), and grandmother Pearl Forrester (Mary Jo Pehl).
Ewan McGregor reprises his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi in this new Disney+ series. It takes place ten years after the end of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, as the Jedi Master hides on Tatooine to watch over Luke Skywalker and face his demons after his failure with Anakin. Premieres 5.27.22.
“He’s ready to put the ‘goth’ back in ‘Gotham.” Screen Junkies takes on the literally darkest of the Dark Knight’s movies with an Honest Trailer for The Batman. Along the way, they critique Bruce Wayne’s detective skills, Riddler’s fashion choices, Colin Farrell’s looks, and the movie’s 2-hour 56-minute runtime.
Donning the novelty singer’s trademark curly hair, mustache, and accordion, Daniel Radcliffe pulls out all of the stops for this unconventional biopic about the life of “Weird Al” Yankovic. We have high hopes it’s as weird as it sounds. Coming to The Roku Channel fall 2022.
Florence Pugh and Harry Styles star in this movie about a couple living in idyllic 1950s suburbia. But this corporate-created community hides dark secrets behind its facade. Olivia Wilde (Booksmart) directed this ambitious psychological thriller which also stars Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, KiKi Layne, and Nick Kroll. In theaters 9.23.22.
Taika Waititi returns to the MCU with his follow-up to the brilliant Thor: Ragnarok. The story follows our hero as he takes a break from the action but finds his peace interrupted by Gorr the God Butcher. Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman are back, adding Tessa Thompson as King Valkyrie and Christian Bale as Gorr. Drops 7.8.22.
From the mind of David Cronenberg (Crash, Videodrome, The Fly) comes another horror about mutating bodies. It takes place in a future where humans must adapt to a new synthetic environment, and a celebrity performance artist exhibits his own mutating organs. Stars Viggo Mortensen, Léa Seydoux, and Kristen Stewart.
Remember Marcel the Shell? Jenny Slate and Dean Fleischer-Camp’s adorable and introspective mollusk is getting his own feature film. The movie follows our inquisitive pal Marcel as he sets out on a journey to find his family. Marcel stomps his tiny feet into theaters on 6.24.2022.
After stumbling onto a 1980s computer adventure game and figuring out a way to play it, a young coder discovers the game holds a dark and terrifying secret – and it’s not just that games used to come on cassette tapes that made a horrible squeal if you tried playing them through your stereo. Coming to Netflix 4.15.22.
(Gore) This unhinged Aussie zombie flick looks like what might happen if Mad Max and Zombieland had a love child. It follows the story of a soldier tasked with delivering civilians to a brutal military. When he captures a half-human, half-zombie, he realizes she might hold the secret to ending the apocalypse.