Here’s The Trailer For Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

I can’t wait to see this film!  The title is a bit unwieldy but I’m intrigued by the combination of Frances McDormand and director Martin McDonagh.

Here’s the trailer.  It’s red band so you know it has to be good…

Here’s The First Full Trailer For A Little Film Called Justice League!

It says something about how terrible the previous DC films were that people are currently amazed that trailer for Justice League looks kind of fun.  That’s what trailers are supposed to do.  Let’s not forget how excited some people got over the trailers for Man of Steel, Batman v Superman, and Suicide Squad.

“OH MY GOD!  JARED LETO LOOKS GREAT IN THIS!”  Don’t deny it.  A lot of you yelled that.

That said, the trailer for Justice League does look kind of fun.  I might not see the movie but I’ll definitely rewatch the trailer.

Here’s that trailer for Wonder Woman!

Despite my better instincts, I hope Wonder Woman turns out to be a good movie.  I know it probably won’t, just on the basis of Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad.  But still, I hold out hope.

I mean, let’s consider the positives:

Patty Jenkins is a wonderfully unorthodox pick to direct a comic book movie.  Of course, sometimes being unorthodox works and sometimes, it doesn’t.  Ang Lee was an unorthodox pick to direct that Hulk movie and when was the last time you voluntarily watched that?

But Gal Gadot — OMG, Gal Gadot kicks so much ass!

Let’s hope this film does her justice.

Anyway, here’s the trailer!

Mass Effect: Andromeda Official Launch Trailer

It’s been five years since the Mass Effect 3 ended Commander Shepard’s fight against the intergalactic menace known as the Reapers. While there were many who didn’t like how the trilogy ended by way of choosing which color circle it was still a satisfying conclusion to one of best game series in recent memory.

One bittersweet note was the fact that it was the last game that I played co-cooperatively with long-time site video game writer Semtex Skittle who passed away a year after the game’s release.

From what I’ve seen of Mass Effect: Andromeda since it was first announced two years ago this looks like a new direction in the series that Semtex Skittle would’ve found refreshing and worth revisiting the game universe.

This launch trailer for Mass Effect: Andromeda definitely follows in the cinematic trailers of it’s three previous entries. Here’s to hoping that this new story in the series lives up to the original trilogy’s legacy.