You might have heard about the documentary about the final years of The Beatles that was being done by Peter Jackson, and if you haven’t we’ve just solved that little problem for you on a brisk Monday afternoon haven’t we. Earlier, director Jackson offered up a sneak peek into the massive undertaking and its something you are really going to want to sit back and enjoy.
About The Film: “The Beatles: Get Back” is an upcoming documentary film directed by Peter Jackson that covers the making of the Beatles’ 1970 album “Let It Be”, which had the working title of “Get Back”. The film draws from material originally captured for director Michael Lindsay-Hogg’s 1970 documentary of the album. “The Beatles: Get Back” endeavours to recut Lindsay-Hogg’s film to show the friendly camaraderie that still existed between the Beatles, as well as to challenge longtime assertions that the project was entirely marked by ill-feeling. (c/o Wikipedia)
PiercingMetal Thoughts: I don’t recall ever having seen the original “Let It Be” film and think that like most people out there only saw the few clips from up on the rooftops. This really looks like a must see film and I cannot wait to sit down and enjoy it in full and then eventually own a copy for my video library. What do you readers think about what you saw in the trailer, I mean “sneak peek” clip? Chime in down below in the comments and always remember that during this crazy pandemic time “All You Need Is Love”….see you next time.
It was just shy of a month ago when Warner Brothers Pictures re-presented the Official Trailer for “Wonder Woman 1984” and if you haven’t seen that clip for some reason or another just click HERE to rectify that. Now with 10 days left before the release of the film in limited theaters AND on the brand-new streaming service HBO Max, they have shared the opening scene of the film. Let’s take a look.
A lot has changed since we last discussed the film “Wonder Woman 1984” and I guess the biggest change was that it was going to be streaming on the brand-new service of HBO Max along with being presented in limited theater capacity. The trailer that they presented just recently appears to be the same one but since the methodology of enjoying this has changed up I didn’t mind sharing it once again along with some modified thoughts. Here goes.
Arriving just in time for Halloween, comes the second teaser trailer for the film “Halloween Kills”. You might remember that it was back in July when I shared the first teaser (click HERE if you don’t recall) and at the time the film was well over a year away from being released. Now we’re at the year mark so let’s get a little scared thanks to this second teaser.
Well hello again my friends, I am back to discuss the Universal Pictures Horror/Comedy “Freaky” with you once again. When we last met it was to showcase the Official Trailer (seen HERE) and now they have released a clip called “Slaughterhouse”. That sounds pretty dramatic don’t you think? I know I do and after you see this one you can examine the provided premise and the casting before my always wisdom laden closing editorial thoughts. Let’s go.
The Premise: Tormented high school student, Millie Kessler, becomes the newest target of Barney Garris, an infamous serial killer known as the Blissfield Butcher, during her senior year. When the killer’s magic dagger causes her to swap bodies with him, Millie discovers she has only a day to reverse the switch or else remain trapped as a middle-aged murderer hunted by the city, while the real killer – in her body – targets her classmates at Homecoming. Continue reading Universal Pictures: “Freaky” – “Slaughterhouse” Clip→