Pinocchio, Hellraiser, Goodnight Mommy, Empire of Light – Moviehole
Disney has released the new trailer for Robert Zemeckis’ live-action adaptation of the animated classic, starring Tom Hanks, Benjamin Evan Ainsworth, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Keegan-Michael Key, Lorraine Bracco along with Cynthia Erivo and Luke Evans. Disney+ hits on September 8.
Empire of Light
Searchlight Pictures has released the trailer for Sam Mendes’ latest film. Set in an English seaside town in the early 1980s, it’s a powerful and poignant story about human connection and the magic of cinema. Oscar winner Olivia Colman, BAFTA winner Micheal Ward, Tom Brooke, Tanya Moodie, Hannah Onslow, Crystal Clarke, with Toby Jones, and Oscar winner Colin Firth. The film will be released in Australian theaters on February 2, 2023.
“Hellraiser,” a reimagining of Clive Barker’s 1987 horror classic from director David Bruckner, will debut in the U.S. exclusively on Hulu on October 7 as part of the streamer’s annual “Huluween” celebration of content filled with content. dread. In the all-new “Hellraiser,” a young woman struggling with addiction comes into possession of an ancient puzzle box, unaware that her purpose is to summon the Cenobites, a group of sadistic supernatural beings from another dimension. . ‘zion (“Fam”, “Grand Army”), Jamie Clayton (“The L Word: Generation Q”, “Sense8”), Adam Faison (“It’s Gonna Be Alright”, “Yes Day”), Drew Starkey ( “Outer Banks”, “The Devil All the Time”), Brandon Flynn (“Ratched”, “13 Reasons Why”), Aoife Hinds (“The Long Call”, “Normal People”), Jason Liles (“Stereoscope”, “Rampage”), Yinka Olorunnife (“The Transporter”), Selina Lo (“Boss Level”, “Q8 Unleashed”), Zachary Hing (“Halo”), Kit Clarke (“Leonardo”), with Goran Visnjic (“The Boys, “Timeless”) and Hiam Abbass (“Succession”, “Blade Runner 2049”).
Good night mom
Matt Sobel’s latest, titled by Naomi Watts, was released on Prime Video on September 16.
When the twin brothers (Cameron and Nicholas Crovetti) arrive at their mother’s (Naomi Watts) country house to find her face covered in bandages – the result, she says, of recent cosmetic surgery – they immediately sense that something is wrong. She sets strange new house rules, smokes in her bathroom, and secretly tears up a drawing they gave her – things their loving mother would never do. As her behavior grows increasingly bizarre and erratic, a horrifying thought takes root in the boys’ minds: the growing suspicion that the woman under the gauze, who cooks their food and sleeps in the next room, is not their mother at all.