Not even the combined star power of Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey can save this messy adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series.
Tag: Fantasy Films
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 might be better than most of Marvel’s other ‘Part-2’ films, but is still mostly forgettable, according to the Honest Trailer.
Created by the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 director James Gunn and music supervisor Tyler Bates, Guardians’ Inferno featuring David Hasselhoff has to be the funnest advertisement for a DVD release I’ve ever seen.
Twenty years on from the release of Luc Besson’s most notable film, The Fifth Element (1997), comes his most recent effort, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.
Nobody can explore the cosmos and film Rooney Mara eating pie quite like David Lowery can in A Ghost Story, this year’s transcendent feature film.
The classic supernatural comedy film Ghostbusters (1984) gets a new trailer, recut as a serious horror film in this funny video.
Love and legacy are two words that come to mind when watching A Monster Calls – a refreshingly mature coming-of-age film based on the low-fantasy children’s novel of the same name.
There’s some awesome footage in this new Justice League trailer, however this cool poster inspired by the art of Alex Ross steals the show.
Director David Ayer brings his grounded, gritty style to this upcoming Will Smith cop film that bizarrely blends the real world with fantasy land.
Renowned director Guillermo del Toro’s latest, The Shape of Water gets its first trailer, bringing with it the fantasy elements the director is known for.
The hype for the biggest movie of the year continues, with a brand new behind-the-scenes video, and new character posters for Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Marvel’s popular film Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol.2 gets an official release date for Blu-ray and digital formats, with plenty of extras.
The beloved 1995 kids film Jumanji gets its modern-era reboot in the form of the Dwayne Johnson-starring vehicle, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.
When you’re about to watch a Transformers film, you know what to expect: cars turning into robots, sexualised women, and explosions a-plenty. The fifth vehicle (pun definitely intended) of the Transformers, Transformers: The Last Knight, doesn’t exceed expectations – it merely fulfils them.