Nine Trailers To Watch !!!

The season has changed temperatures are getting lower, which means staying in binge watching at home and more indoor activities like going to the movies will be in full effect.

Check out nine new trailers for upcoming must see television series and upcoming movies below:


The first real look at Narcos’ revamped new season / spinoff series, which moves the show to Mexico for what looks like a much bigger and wilder ride. The show is supposed to be about the birth of Mexico’s drug war, focused on the rise of the Guadalajara Cartel. Michael Peña and Diego Luna star. It comes out November 16th.


This is just expertly assembled. Don Cheadle stars in this frenzied and hyper-stylized series about the first modern stock market crash, which saw markets dive across the globe. I have no idea how you continue a series based around and named after a single day, but it looks just incredibly fun, so who cares. The show starts January 20th.


After winning a bunch of new fans with her small-scale horror film The Invitation, Karyn Kusama is back with Destroyer, a trippy-looking crime thriller that has a sometimes-unrecognizable Nicole Kidman playing an LAPD detective going perhaps too far undercover to bust a gang of thieves. It looks like this one’s gonna be another winner. It comes out on Christmas.


As you all know, this New Trailers column is also the home of the internet’s largest Keira Knightley period piece fan club, so we are obviously very excited about this new film that seems to be almost exclusively filled with longing gazes and troubled reaction shots. It comes out April 26th.


The concept is a little cliche and cheesy, but it actually looks like Jonathan could take a simple premise and turn it into a smart and thrilling sci-fi film. The movie’s about a guy, played by Ansel Elgort, who wakes up every other day in one of two different personalities, who leave messages for one another to explain what they’ve been up to. Eventually, they get into a heated disagreement, and naturally, things go very awry. It comes out November 16th.


Gina Rodriguez stars in this remake of a 2011 Mexican film of the same name. This new version is directed by Catherine Hardwicke, who made Twilight and Lords of Dogtown, and seems to have a much more polished and action-forward approach. The film has Rodriguez playing a woman who gets kidnapped and forced to assist a gang of smugglers, while also trying to save her missing friend. It comes out February 1st.


The Clovehitch Killer looks like an interesting and modern twist on the serial killer crime drama story by making the probable killer the father of the main character — and then making the killer’s motivations stem from obviously toxic masculine ideas. Reviews are limited, but pretty good so far. It comes out November 16th


The Possession of Hannah Grace looks like it’s coming out exactly one month too late. It’s a really straightforward-looking horror film about a morgue employee who discovers that a body has become possessed and is obviously now doing scary things. The thing that I think makes the film stand out is how focused it is: from the trailer, it looks like the whole film is confined and one-on-one, just the star and the demon trying to find her. It comes out November 30th.


You just know some Sony producer sent out an all-staff email saying “Millenials seem to be really into these ‘escaping rooms’. Anything we can do with that?” and this movie was born. It’s really not the worst idea — the film looks like something between Saw and Cube — but the name just seems like the laziest thing imaginable. It comes out January 4th.

What trailer has you wanting to see more ???

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