Author: Andres Guzman

Little Women [Trailer]

We’ve been waiting for this.

We, as a collective, maybe not you, but some of the internet definitely has been.

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The Lighthouse [Trailer]

I logged onto Twitter right at 9am. The first thing I saw was the trailer for The Lighthouse. Cue me screaming and pulling out my laptop in a car and hot-spotting my phone so that I may be here to write about it.

I might add to future thoughts when I arrive home, but this is what we do in the meanwhile.

Let’s see this beautiful thing.

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Jojo Rabbit [Trailer]

Some of us saw this coming.

As it happens with every film festival, after a movie is announced, we typically welcome a flood of movie trailers to build hype up for their film (and the festival). It seems like the first one on our docket is Taiki Waititi’s Hitler film. A lot of people already saw the trailer, but if you haven’t, after the jump you can watch the officially released version (on YouTube at least).

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TIFF19 First Wave Announcements [News]

This is what some of us have been waiting for over almost a year. Pretty much since the last festival has ended. As soon as it ended, we all took a day break and then collectively went “until next time.” So here are the first wave announcements and after the press release portion of the post, I’m gonna break down why some of these are so exciting – but also, what I want to see and not as intrigued about.

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Halloween Sequels [News]

This is exciting. I wasn’t expecting any of this.

So, for some time now there has been talks of there being a sequel to Halloween (2018). We all joked around that it should be called be Halloween 2 because just the original, it would mean there would be a third film with the same title. Blumhouse decided not to be the case. Instead, it’s going to be called something different. Enjoy the Halloween Announcement video that Universal Pictures just released.

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The Farewell [Review]

Movies are a strange thing sometimes. It’s odd when you walk out of a movie and it feels so absolutely personal, even though it’s not about me. But it’s also the idea that the movie is also very personal to the two people you’re sitting between – and everybody in the rest of the theatre feels it, and everybody who’s also seen the film so far. That’s some of the big hype for this film, is that it seems to be beloved by everyone, and it currently holds a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. In my eyes, that number doesn’t mean anything, all that matters is the movie and how does it make you feel. And this film made me many, many things deeply.

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It: Chapter Two [Trailer]

Trailer Week continues!

Also, this is the second trailer to drop today that happens to be a second trailer for their respective film. Or sort of. The last trailer for It was its teaser. This time it seems to be its final trailer. Which is a great choice to not have another one. We don’t need to see more trailers, we just need the film released.

I’m ready to be terrified, are you? Let’s watch the trailer now.

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The Art of Self Defense [Review]

Even as someone who tries to follow as many of the big film festivals, it’s hard to keep track of every film that comes out. Between the mainstream and all the indies, films slip through my fingertips. It wasn’t until a month ago or so that all the hype of The Art of Self Defense reached my Twitter feed. That was just in time for me to realize I can not miss out on this film, and I am truly glad I didn’t let it slip. I’m also glad I opted for a second viewing, this time with an audience. This deserves to be watched in a theatre, and not at home.

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