Early last month I shared the first two teaser trailers from the upcoming film “Lords Of Chaos”, which is based on the book of the same name by authors Michael Moynihan and Didrik Søderlind – The intense historical read lined out the beginnings of the Black Metal scene in Norway and focuses on bands like Mayhem, Darkthrone and Burzum. If you didn’t see the teasers please click HERE since I’ve also added some promotional art in that post that I am NOT repeating here. The full trailer came online only a couple of weeks ago and was showcased HERE. The film opens today in select theaters so you’re going to want to check your local listings to see any potential viewings near you.
Though it’s been a few months since the last reference, I’ve posted about the film “Glass” a couple of times already in posts about the First Trailer and the Second Trailer which you can enjoy by clicking the hyperlinked text. Each of them feature some cool promotional posters so do take a moment to do that and to refresh yourself with the film that brings M Night Shyamalan’s trilogy to its close. “Glass” opens today in theaters everywhere so let’s review the main poster, premise and casting.
Premise: Following the conclusion of Split, David Dunn pursues Kevin Wendell Crumb’s superhuman persona of The Beast in a series of escalating encounters while the shadowy presence of Elijah Price, going by “Mr. Glass”, emerges as an orchestrator who holds secrets critical to both men.
It was just over a week ago that I shared the second and apparently final trailer for the Netflix Original feature “Bird Box”. If your holiday shopping found you missing that little missive just click HERE to be on point with the rest of us. This film is available to stream on the service as of today. Let’s check out the poster, premise and casting for good measure.
Superhero fans around the world will be able to give themselves an early Christmas present (or a late Hanukkah present depending on which you follow) based on the opening of the film “Aquaman” which continues Warner Brothers Pictures “DC Extended Universe”. I’ve discussed the film a few times here on the website in terms of the Final Trailer (seen HERE) and some awesome Promotional Posters (seen HERE). Let’s reflect on the Theatrical Poster, Premise and Ensemble Cast down below before I close out with some editorial.
We’ve been lauding the arrival of the Sony Animated feature “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse” for a few months now and only recently shared some super cool promotional posters with the readership. You can check those out by clicking THIS LINK in the event you missed it, and not to worry because the second Official Trailer is in there as a link as well. I’ve tried to cover all the bases for your ease of enjoyment. Anyway, before I lose too much track of the point – the film opens today in theaters everywhere. Let’s review the Theatrical Poster, premise and cast before I close out with some editorial opinion.