Star Wars, New Mutants, Stranger Things 2 & More Trailers This Week

First on our list is the upcoming season of Stranger Things, which drops at the end of this month! All episodes will be available on 27 October because Netflix are frikken awesome! It seems like they are doing a solid job of upping the stakes in this season, and you can already see from the trailer and marketing material so far that they have a lot more budget this year.

New Mutants

This looks like a straight-up horror. I love to see them doing something new and unique, and not just a straight-up superhero film. I worry that it may be a bit close to what was done for Legion, which I absolutely hate.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

There’s so much to look into in this amazingly well-constructed trailer. If you want to see more of the questions we had after watching it, head over to the post that we did for this trailer here: Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer.

The Justice League

We get a look at superman, while the rest of the Justice League assembles to deal with all hell breaking loose on earth. It seems like they are giving away a lot of the main madness in this trailer, but maybe that’s a head fake? Who knows. Read more of our commentary here: Justice League Official Heroes Trailer.

Stranger Things 2

I’m just gonna let this one speak for itself!

Replicas

This is a pretty great premise. A man clones his family who died in a car accident. Some of the graphics look meh, but this looks really interesting.

Professor Marston & The Wonder Women

A biopic about the creator of Wonder Woman and his wife and domestic partner, and how they helped to inspire the creation of the character.

Blockers

This just looks like a hilarious take on parental intervention. All I can say is that I’m here for anything Leslie Mann is in, and I’ve been really impressed with John Cena’s comedic roles over the last few years; so this is a big yes from me, even though I may wait for it to hit Blu-ray.

Thoroughbreds

This looks like an amazing film with some of the greatest modern film talents, including Anya Taylor-Joy, Olivia Cooke and Anton Yelchin. Man, I’m still really sad about Yelchin passing away last year. Based on every project he had selected and all his performances up to that point, this guy seemed to have an amazing career ahead of him. I have no doubt in my mind that he will impress in this role too.

All I See is You

The reviews don’t look so good, but the subject matter seems very interesting as a blind women regains he sight, changing the dynamic of her relationship with her husband.

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