The horror film production giant Blumhouse is back with their latest teen-horror Truth or Dare – which contains one of the more ridiculous plots we’ve seen in a while.
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Happy New Year film fans! 2018 will bring it with a whole bunch of anticipated films across all genres and for all audiences – here are 21 that you should look out for in the upcoming season, with trailers where applicable (sorted by release date).
The magical combination of elves, orcs and humans has been done before, and I couldn’t have imagined it being all too easy for David Ayer’s Bright to top that of its predecessor, The Lord of the Rings (2001).
Many films that are released at mainstream cinemas are likely to be big-budget blockbusters – these are the prequels, sequels and everything in between that may not necessarily be great movies, but will make loads of money at the box office (of course, there are some amazing big-budget films too, they are just rarer). If you are lucky enough to live near an independent cinema, you may be able to see some more unusual flicks.
There’s a new Australian film set to be released early next year, accordingly called The BBQ, which features some Aussie greats such as Shane Jacobson and Magda Szubanski as the legendary barbeque cook ‘The Butcher’.
According to gold prospector Kenny Wells (Matthew McConaughey), “What made this country great isn’t the tight ass in a suit taking the easy way down; it’s guys like me and Mike who jump.”
In Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, four teenagers in detention discover a video game console and are pulled into the game’s jungle setting, where they inhabit the adult bodies of the avatars they chose. Together they must complete a quest, and finish the game so that they can go home.
Ten years after the first Mamma Mia! film was released, we get its sequel with a returning cast and some new faces, along with all the Abba music you loved from before.
Featuring an all-star cast and directed by Nash Edgerton, Gringo sees a down-on-his-luck employee get embroiled in a dangerous game with a Mexican drug cartel.
Every so often a family-friendly film comes along that perfectly embodies what the genre so often lacks. Presenting exhibit A: Paddington 2 – the delightful follow-up to the 2014 debut of the well mannered and marmalade-loving bear.
The sequel to Denis Villeneuve’s 2015 hit film, Sicario 2: Soldado, focuses on terrorist smuggling across the US-Mexican border.
The first trailer for the anticipated film Ocean’s 8 has dropped, featuring Sandra Bullock in this Ocean’s 11 spinoff film.
Peter Jackson produced and penned the screenplay for the epic, upcoming sci-fi/fantasy film Mortal Engines, directed by Christian Rivers.
There’s a few reasons I’ve got true crime on the brain at the moment.