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Avengers: Endgame (Trailer 2)

Avengers: Endgame (Trailer 2)

The pillars of the Avengers look back on their adventures, and it looks like the team – at least, what remains of it – has found a way to undo or restore what Thanos did in Infinity War… and it requires them to wear matching Ant-Man suits.

The Art of Self-Defense (Teaser)

The Art of Self-Defense (Teaser)

After thugs attack and mug him, Casey gets tired of being a wimp. So he signs up for karate classes. But the dojo he enrolls at seems to be putting others down even as it builds him up. Jesse Eisenberg stars in this criticallyacclaimed dark comedy.

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Booksmart (Trailer)

Booksmart (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) Valedictorian Molly and activist Amy are graduating from high school. They realize they missed out on a lot of fun stuff. Time to catch up. Olivia Wilde’s criticallyacclaimed debut looks like the female version of Superbad. Premieres 5/24/19.

Good Boys (Trailer)

Good Boys (Trailer)

(PG-13) The red band trailer for Good Boys, a movie about the misadventures of three 12-year-old friends. It begins with one of them not knowing how to kiss, and ends up with adult toys, cops ,and more. They sound like little Jonah Hills. Premieres 8/2019.

Master Z (Trailer)

Master Z (Trailer)

Max Zhang stars as Cheung Tin Chi, one of the many skilled martial artists who was defeated by the legendary Ip Man. He tries to establish a quiet life in Hong Kong, but trouble soon finds him. Also starring Michelle Yeoh, Dave Bautista and Tony Jaa. Premieres 4/12/19.

Brightburn (Trailer 2)

Brightburn (Trailer 2)

In the latest trailer for Brightburn, the allusion to Superman is so on the nose that we’re wondering if it actually has a connection to the Man of Steel. Also, how the heck will the good guys win here? Does this kid have a kryptonite too?

Midsommar (Teaser)

Midsommar (Teaser)

What’s worse than a festival that doesn’t exist? A festival that turns out to be run by a mysterious and creepy cult. That’s exactly what happens in Midsommar, the upcoming film from Hereditary director Ari Aster. Premieres Summer 2019.

10 Brilliant Documentaries

10 Brilliant Documentaries

Documentaries can be as strange, beautiful and horrifying as any work of fiction. CineFix presents its top 10 docs, from legends like Baraka and Hoop Dreams to lesser known classics such as Shoah, Close-Up and The Emperor’s Naked Army Marches On.

Writing Women’s Characters

Writing Women’s Characters

“You are infuriating. I’m not yelling. Oh, it’s perfect!” Now You See It explores the various effective ways that female characters can be written in movies, using Alien, The Silence of the Lambs, Kill Bill and Ladybird as examples.

The Silence of the Lambs: Scene

The Silence of the Lambs: Scene

Lessons from the Screenplay points out how, ideally, a movie scene should be a story on its own. He uses the third interaction between Clarice Starling and Dr. Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs as a shining example.

Hellboy (Trailer 2)

Hellboy (Trailer 2)

(PG_13: Language, Gore) The red band trailer for the Hellboy reboot wows with glimpses of its fantastic monsters and other visual effects, while still leaning on the movie’s comedic side. We hope the rest of it has better jokes. The film premieres 4/12/19.

Why Horror Movies Are Different Now

Why Horror Movies Are Different Now

(Gore) Wisecrack gives us a brilliant crash course on the history of horror films, and why their topics and tropes have changed across the decades, from pre-World War I films to today’s social and post-apocalyptic craze.

Finding Steve McQueen (Trailer)

Finding Steve McQueen (Trailer)

Travis Fimmel and Forest Whitaker star in a comedy heist film set in the early 1970s. It’s a fictionalized account of the United California Bank burglary, in which a group of thieves stole millions of dollars from Richard Nixon’s illegal campaign fund. Premieres 3/15/19.

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Man Who Killed Don Quixote (Trailer)

Man Who Killed Don Quixote (Trailer)

In Terry Gilliam’s long awaited adaptation of Don Quixote, Adam Driver stars as an advertising executive who made a film about the Spanish character. He finds out years later that the lead actor (Jonathan Pryce) has gone insane and thinks he’s actually Don Quixote.

Evolution of Film Music

Evolution of Film Music

Violinist Rob Landes looks back the history of film scores, performing 60 themes from 1938’s Snow White, all they way up through 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War, while dressed up in a series of silly costumes. It’s interesting how the newer themes aren’t nearly as memorable.

The Kid (Trailer)

The Kid (Trailer)

(Gore) A boy on the run from his gangster uncle (Chris Pratt) runs into the infamous outlaw Billy the Kid (Dane DeHaan) and the sheriff who captured Billy (Ethan Hawke). He must decide whether to be like the criminal or a man of the law to save his sister.

Every Time I Die (Trailer)

Every Time I Die (Trailer)

In this intriguing thriller, a murdered man’s spirit travels through the bodies of his friends as he tries to protect them from his killer. But as he does so, he takes a journey of his own that will end up with him finding out his true identity.

Formula 1: Drive to Survive (Trailer)

Formula 1: Drive to Survive (Trailer)

“I’ll do anything I can to get the best results possible. I’m not worried about dying.” From the producer of the critically-acclaimed documentaries Senna and Amy comes an unprecedented look at the drivers, the teams, and the families behind Formula 1 racing.

Into the Spider-Verse 4K Blu-ray

Into the Spider-Verse 4K Blu-ray

The fantastic Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is getting an ultra high-def 4K Blu-ray release. The disc comes with a Dolby Atmos soundtrack and bonus features, including an Easter egg challenge and a bonus short film starring Spider-Ham.

Losers (Trailer)

Losers (Trailer)

History remembers the victors. But this Netflix documentary is about the other side of sports – those who got knocked down, scored fewer points, fumbled, and lost. Losers presents eight stories of athletes who failed and how they bounced back.

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The Highwaymen (Trailer)

The Highwaymen (Trailer)

(PG-13: Language) The early 1930s. The FBI has failed to capture the infamous robbers Bonnie and Clyde. Two Texas Rangers are brought in to try and put an end to the notorious couple’s exploits. Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson star in this Netflix film. Premieres 3/29/19.

Honest Trailers: 2019 Oscars Edition

Honest Trailers: 2019 Oscars Edition

(PG-13: Language) Screen Junkies pokes fun at this year’s Academy Award nominees and the controversies revolving the ceremony itself. Take your pick from movies with lessons that are obvious yet still unheeded. And Black Panther. Yes it deserves to be there, so stop it.

Willem Dafoe on His Famous Roles

Willem Dafoe on His Famous Roles

Willem Dafoe sat down with GQ to talk about his most memorable characters, from Spider-Man‘s Green Goblin to The Last Temptation of Christ’s Jesus. Even if you’re not familiar with his work, this is still a must watch because of Dafoe’s passion and generosity.

Brilliant Tech Innovations in Film

Brilliant Tech Innovations in Film

For an art form that’s so dependent on technology, movies and the film industry have lots of inventions and ideas for which to be thankful. But CineFix thinks these three developments in particular had the most impact on filmmaking over the years.

Searching: Reformatting a Thriller

Searching: Reformatting a Thriller

(SPOILERS) In the thriller Searching, a desperate father searches his missing daughter’s laptop for clues. The movie consists only of shots of device screens. Lessons from the Screenplay shows how the filmmakers adapted to and embraced this perspective.

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