This movie wasn’t even on my radar, until now. The official trailer for Chiller Films Dementia 13 launched and it looks promising and just in time for the Halloween season. Check it out below.
Dementia 13 is the retelling of Francis Ford Coppola’s film of the same name, which was produced by Roger Corman.
The film was written by Dan DeFilippo (The Invaders and Chilling Visions: 5 States of Fear) and Justin Smith (SiREN, THE BOY), is directed by Richard LeMay (Blood Bound, Naked As We Come) and stars Channing Pickett (Redheads Anonymous), Marianne Noscheze (Horror Time), Christian Ryan (Celebrity Ghost Stories, Casters), Julia Campanelli (116) and Ana Isabelle (The Eyes, Lost Cat Corona).
Chiller Films will be releasing DEMENTIA 13 in Theaters on October 6th and on VOD and Digital HD on October 10th.
The trailer for the upcoming Syfy Films Realive is out and here is the first look at it.
REALIVE was written and directed by Mateo Gil (Vanilla Sky original film Abre Los Ojos, The Sea Inside) and features a talented cast including Tom Hughes (About Time, London Town), Charlotte Le Bon (The Walk, The Hundred-Foot Journey), Oona Chaplin (Taboo, “Game of Thrones”) and Barry Ward (The Fall, The Journey).
This trailer has me very intrigued. It answers the question that frequently comes up when we think about the medical and technological advances, would you freeze your body if to preserve a longer future life? The Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence recent film Passengers sort of touched on that topic. The visuals looks crisp in this film, the topic is interesting and the plot looks compelling. I didn’t have this film on my radar, but this trailer certainly has me anticipating the release.
There it was, the first major Justice League trailer dropped over the weekend. I actually was at the Chicago “Walker Stalker/Heroes and Villains” comic con when it happened and watched it with David Mazouz (Bruce Wayne from GOTHAM). I asked him if he’s seen it, he said he didn’t know it released, so I pulled out my phone and we watched it together. More on that with my upcoming coverage of the comic con. So, what did we learn from this trailer? Check it out below and hear my thoughts:
Looks like Bruce Wayne is doing a lot of the legwork here, looking for “the others” all over the globe, including areas that appear to lack any sort of civilization. What the hell is Wonder Woman doing in the meantime? Is she hanging out at home watching Netflix? Get your fine booty off the couch and help the man out, Diana. Geez.
Next up, we see Aquaman, Cyborg and Flash in quick intros. I like Barry Allen questioning Bruce Wayne if he’s Batman. Kind of a fan moment there for another superhero that clearly looks up to Batman. Then it starts getting fun. We see all of them in action. The background is similar to the final battle in BvS, with the fire and smoke and the comic bookish look of destruction taking place in the background. Aquaman is throwing down that spear, but one thing to note is it appears Cyborg is shooting at The Flash? Does that mean they are feuding initially?
In the remainder we get a quick glimpse of Lois Lane, so that’s important she’s making an appearance. Batman does battle in his Batmobile. It ends with Commissioner Jim Gordon stating that it’s good to see Batman playing with others while Aquaman approaches them. The trailer ends with Aquaman hanging out on the top of the Batmobile.
WHAT IT MEANS:
It’s a fun trailer, but it doesn’t tells us much. Only clues we get is that some of these superheroes are fighting against each other, for example Cyborg and Flash are. Bruce Wayne is the one doing the recruiting, while Diana is doing whatever else. The sighting of Lois Lane may be a clue to Superman. This trailer is more guarded than most girls are on online dating, now that’s saying something. We got nothing on the villains, nothing on Superman, but instead they showed us the new characters skills and some humorous interaction between them. It’s basically a two and a half minute teaser. I think they learned their lesson after giving it all away in BvS. Less is more and leads to more anticipation.