Hulu has revealed a new trailer for Clive Barker’s ‘Books of Blood’, an anthology that will premiere on the streaming service on October 7th.
Check out the trailer below:
Chloë Grace Moretz Stars in Hulu’s ‘Mother/Android’
Chloë Grace Moretz stars in Hulu’s brand new sci-fi thriller ‘Mother/Android’ which is set to premier on December 17th following Hulu’s acquisition of the United States rights to the Miramax movie.
Produced by Matt Reeves via 6th & Idaho, the official summary says:
“Moretz stars as Georgia who, with her boyfriend Sam (Algee Smith), goes on a treacherous journey to escape their country, which is caught in an unexpected war with artificial intelligence. Days away from the arrival of their first child, the couple must face No Man’s Land— a stronghold of the android uprising, in hopes of reaching safety before giving birth.”
“A young woman and her boyfriend go on a treacherous journey of escape as their country is caught in an unexpected war with artificial intelligence. Days away from the arrival of their first child, they must cross a stronghold of the android uprising, in hopes of reaching safety before giving birth.”
Hulu Streaming ‘Censor’ and ‘Gaia’ in October as Part of “Huluween”
The season is upon us! It’s the time of year that horror fans love and a number of platforms are gearing up to celebrate the arrival of Halloween, such as Hulu which is gearing up for it’s annual “Huluween” festivities.
To make the event much more special, Hulu is bringing two of this year’s most highly regarded horror movies to “Huluween” in Prano Bailey-Bond’s ‘Censor’ and Jaco Bouwer’s ‘Gaia this upcoming October.
Censor – “When film censor Enid (Niamh Algar) discovers an eerie horror video that speaks directly to her sister’s mysterious disappearance, she resolves to unravel the puzzle behind the film and its enigmatic director – a quest that will blur the lines between fiction and reality in terrifying ways.”
The film stars Niamh Algar, Nicholas Burns, Vincent Franklin, Sophia La Porta, Adrian Schiller, and Michael Smiley.
Gaia – “An injured forest ranger on a routine mission is saved by two off-the-grid survivalists. What is initially a welcome rescue grows more suspicious as the son and his renegade father reveal a cultish devotion to the forest. When their cabin is attacked by a strange being it’s clear there is a far greater threat in this unrelenting wilderness.”
The film stars Monique Rockman, Carel Nel, Alex van Dyk, and Anthony Oseyemi.
A24 Releases Trailer for ‘False Positive’
A24 has made a name for themselves in regards to their offerings of unique horror movies, and their latest movie ‘False Positive’ is no exception. Now, we get a chance to take a look at the upcoming film thanks to a brand new trailer.
According to the official synopsis: “After months of trying and failing to get pregnant, Lucy (Glazer) and Adrian (Theroux) finally find their dream fertility doctor in the illustrious Dr. Hindle (Brosnan). But after becoming pregnant with a healthy baby girl, Lucy begins to notice something sinister through Hindle’s gleaming charm, and she sets out to uncover the unsettling truth about him, and her own “birth story.” As if getting pregnant weren’t complicated enough…”
The film will arrive on Hulu on June 25th following it’s world premier at Tribeca.
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