Let It Snow trailer

When it snows, it pours. And when Netflix begins its onslaught of cheesy Christmas rom-coms, it’s an avalanche. Or at least, it soon will be following the trailer for Let It Snow, a high school rom-com starring some of today’s most popular teenybopper stars, including Jacob Batalon, Kiernan Shipka, Isabela Merced, Shameik Moore, Odeya Rush, and more. Watch

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The Vice Guide to Bigfoot

Even if you don’t watch Vice, you’re certainly familiar with the company’s style of journalism: a hipster-looking journalist ventures into sometimes dangerous, sometimes goofy territory to get a story that Vice thinks needs to be told. That style has been prominently lampooned before in an episode IFC’s Documentary Now! (this clip of Jack Black saying

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into the dark pilgrim trailer

Horror movies built around holidays are a time-honored tradition, from Black Christmas to Halloween to My Bloody Valentine, and beyond. But one holiday that is often overlooked in the genre is Thanksgiving, which can lay claim to terrible trash like Thankskilling and not much else. Enter Into the Dark, the Hulu horror anthology series from Blumhouse. The next installment, Pilgrim, is Thanksgiving

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Fewer trailers

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week

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the laundromat trailer

Whenever a trailer arrives for a smaller movie, or a documentary headed straight to streaming, we tend to avoid giving it its own specific post. But that doesn’t mean we want to ignore those films. That’s where a trailer round-up comes in handy. Below you’ll find trailers for Fire in Paradise, Holiday in the Wild, The Man Without

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never surrender a galaxy quest documentary trailer

Fans will whip themselves into a frenzy debating over the best Star Trek movie, when there is only one answer: Galaxy Quest. The Dean Parisot-helmed 1999 comedy was a parody of the Star Trek franchise and the ardor it inspired, but its affectionate and earnest approach has earned it the cult following of Trek fans and non-fans alike. Now things

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