The popular Nic Cage/John Travolta action film Face/Off (1997) gets an Honest Trailer that highlights all of the ridiculous elements of the film, and there are plenty.
Whatever your thoughts on Ridley Scott’s recent Alien outings, the unparalleled beauty of the photography cannot be questioned.
The Tom Cruise-starring crime-biopic American Made gets two new featurettes that highlight aspects of the film’s remarkable true story.
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.
Ridley Scott’s latest film set in the revered Alien franchise, Alien: Covenant, gets the Honest Trailer treatment, and there is just so much to laugh at.
Kathryn Bigelow’s 1991 classic action crime-drama Point Break gets the Honest Trailer treatment, with no aspect of the film being spared from humility.
Tommy Wiseau, the writer/actor/director of one of the best/worst movies of all time gets transported into the Star Wars universe – with hilarious results.
The classic supernatural comedy film Ghostbusters (1984) gets a new trailer, recut as a serious horror film in this funny video.
The Rock aka Dwayne Johnson aka the biggest star on the planet, teams up with the biggest tech company on the planet for a funny short film.
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.
‘The latest combination of F words and numbers is here’ as the latest film in the billion-dollar Fast franchise gets a funny Honest Trailer.
Check out this cool video analysis of the 2017 Hugh Jackman film Logan, from Movies with Mikey – one of the best-film related YouTube channels around.
A new video featuring some beautiful footage from Blade Runner 2049, and commentary from Ridley Scott, Denis Villeneuve, Ryan Gosling, and Harrison Ford.