Hello all and welcome to Trailer Tuesday. Each Tuesday I’ll be showcasing some trailers I’ve seen over the past week. Some you may not have seen. Hope you like these one to start off with. Enjoy!
We are definitely not alone in the Universe… nor here on Planet Earth. So says Sirius, a documentary film from Emmy award winning Director Amardeep Kaleka. What do you think?
When the Davison family comes under attack during their wedding anniversary getaway, the gang of mysterious killers soon learns that one of victims harbors a secret talent for fighting back.
A group of kidnapers discover their victims are not what they seem in No One Lives.
Mathieu Kassovitz (La Haine) makes a powerful comeback in front of and behind the camera with this violent thriller, based on real-life events.
It’s April 1988 on the Ouvéa Island in the French colony of New Caledonia. 30 police are kidnapped by Kanak separatists and in response 300 special-forces operatives are sent in to restore order. To avoid unnecessary conflict, Philippe Legorjus (Kassovitz), the captain of an elite counter-terrorism police unit, is sent in to the heart of the rebel base to negotiate a peaceful solution. But against the highly pressured backdrop of presidential elections in France, the stakes are high and all bets are off.
Every no and then, you see a trailer that makes you say “what the fuck was that?” at the end. Limbus will have you saying that through out. Really guys, what the fuck?
C.O.P Crimes Of police is A Documentary film about Police Brutality directed by Ansar El Muhammad
Choreographer Allison Orr see beauty in everything, even garbage trucks. Here is a documentary of her creating a dance with garbage trucks.
Joss Whedon become the God amongst all nerds and geeks (including me) after his epically successful Avengers Assemble. After that instead of taking a well-earned break, he went straight back to work to create his own adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing, filmed in his back garden in just 12 days. I honestly can’t wait for this.