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    Werewolves Within (2021) Trailer

    A proposed pipeline separates the people of the small town of Beaverfield. However, when a snowstorm traps the residents in a local inn, a newly appointed forest ranger must maintain peace when a mysterious creature is out killing people.

    Releasing Date: 25 June 2021


    The Space Between (2021) Trailer

    The Space between is a comedy drama in which Kelsey Grammer dons the sporty, long and shaggy hair and beard to take up the role as the ageing rock star Micky Adams. The inspiring coming-of-the-age movie is directed by Rachel Winter and stars other prominent talents including Goldani Telles, Paris Jackson, Andy Daly, and William Fichtner.

    Releasing Date: 15 June 2021


    The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (2021) Trailer

    Adding another episode to the Conjuring universe is the upcoming movie The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It. Paranormal investigators Lorraine and Ed Warren return to the successful horror franchise and this time they have to deal with the chilling, terrifying, and murderous case. The movie is based on a real-life murder case in which for the first time in history a murder suspect claims to have possessed by a demonic entity as a defense.

    Releasing Date: 4 June 2021


    Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021) Trailer

    Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings will introduce the first Asian superhero to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The movie stars Canadian-Asian actor Simu Liu who will play the titular character. Confronting his past, Shang Chi must overcome the persuasions of the mysterious Ten Rings Organization. Starring along side Simu Liu is Tony Leung, Awkwafina, and Michelle Yeah.

    Releasing Date: 3 September 2021


    West Side Story Trailer

    With prominent list of actors, Steven Spielberg is adapting the ‘West Side Story” into a feature film. The latest adaptation of the classical play has Ansel Elgort, Rachel Zegler, Ariana DeBose, David Alrvarez, Mike Faist, Corey Stoll, Brian d’Arcy James, and Curtiss Cook in the major character roles.

    Releasing Date: 10 December 2021


    Riders of Justice (2021) Trailer

    Starring Mads Mikkelsen, the actor famous for his roles in movies like Doctor Strange and Casino Royale, this gritty thriller is about an ex-military man who takes a path of deadly violence to get revenge on behalf of his dead wife. The movie is a blend of touching moments, humor, and lethal action.

    Releasing Date: 21 May 2021



    Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway (2021) Trailer

    Peter is known for his mischief among other rabbits. No matter how hard he tries, he cannot seem to shake off that reputation. So, he embarks on new adventures outside the garden into the streets where his mischiefs are appreciated. Unfortunately, the fun time doesn’t last long as he lands in more trouble than expected.

    Releasing Date:  17 May 2021


    Seance (2021) Trailer

    Seance is an upcoming horror flick and the directorial debut of filmmaker Simon Barrett. Starring Suli Waterhouse in the leading role, the movie is a blend of several genres including horror, slasher, paranormal and crime. Waterhouse plays the character of Camille who arrives at a all-girls academy. It is her that she join with a group of other girls and summon a spirit.

    Releasing Date: 21 May 1993


    Fast and Furious 9 (2021) Trailer

    Dom and Letty are back in the new teaser trailer for the upcoming installment of the Fast Saga. The movie is a sequel to 2017’s The Fate of the Furious. This is the ninth installment in the main Fast & Furious franchise. Nothing much about the movie has been revealed yet.

    Releasing Date: 25 June 2020



    Above Suspicion (2021) Trailer

    Popular actor Emily Clarke is making a big screen appearance in the upcoming movie Above Suspicion. The movie will have other popular talents like Jack Huston, Sophie Lowe, Chris Mulkey, Omar Miller, Austin Hébert, Karl Glusman,Kevin Dunn and Thora Birch. The action drama is about a newly minted FBI agent recruiting Susan as an informant. As their relationship deepens, the danger around them also elevates to dangerous heights.

    Releasing Date: 14 May 2021


    Army Of The Dead (2021) Trailer

    From director Zack Synder, Army of the Dead is an upcoming zombie heist movie in which a group of mercenaries decides to steal a Las Vegas casino during a zombie outbreak. With the president planning to nuke the city of Las Vegas to end the zombie plague, they only a limited time to carry out the plan.

    Releasing Date: 21 May 2021

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    Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard (2021) Trailer

    Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson are teaming up once again and this time Salma Hayek is also onboard. Follwing the 2017 hit action-comedy Hitman’s Bodyguard, this upcoming movie serves as a direct sequel and is filled with more chase sequences, shoot-outs, and explosions. Will the bodyguard be able to save the hitman’s wife?!

    Releasing Date: June 16, 2021


    The Tomorrow War (2021) Trailer

    Thirty years in the future, mankind is losing a gruesome war against alien invaders. Along with other soldiers, Chris Pratt is travelling to the future to fight the war and save the world from alien invaders. As the futuristic war takes the best out of him , he must also somehow manage to fight and overcome the ghost of his past.

    Releasing Date: July 2, 2021 (Amazon Prime)



    The Woman In The Window (2021) Trailer

    Anna is a agoraphobic who does not leave her home. Over the course of time, she has been slowly slipping into a dark frame of mind and it is making her see thing that are not there. Her solace is spying on her neighbors. However, it also gets dark and confusing as the line between her reality and fiction starts to blur.

    Releasing Date: 14 May 2021

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    Berserkers (2021) Trailer

    Four friends are on the run for their lives as their hometown is getting taken over by a deadly virus that is turning everyone into bloodthirsty monsters. With the virus slowly spreading across the world, will they be able to survive the post-apocalyptic zombie wasteland?

    Releasing Date: 2021

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    Oscar Winners 2021 And Where To Stream Them

    by Kaylen Summers

    This year’s Academy Award® winners are now officially announced and it is much easier to watch these movies than in the last years. Here is the list of this year’s Oscar winners and where you can stream them.


    🏆 Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress in a Leading Role

    What is it about: After losing everything in the Great Recession, a woman in her sixties, embarks on a journey as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad.

    The Father

    🏆 Best Actor in a Leading Role, Best Adapted Screenplay

    What is it about: All Bimbo ever wanted was to be a father to his children and a husband to his wife, but providence has a different plan altogether.


    🏆 Best Animated Feature Film, Best Original Score

    What is it about: A jazz musician takes a wrong step into the Great Before, where he tries to help an infant soul in order to return to reality.


    🏆 Best Cinematography, Best Production Design

    What is it about: Citizen Kane is one of the most iconic movies of Hollywood. Director David Fincher takes us through the tale of how screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz and his struggles in crafting the movie.

    Sound of Metal

    🏆 Best Sound Design, Best Film Editing

    What is it about: A heavy-metal drummer’s life is thrown into freefall when he begins to lose his hearing.

    Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

    🏆 Best Costume Design, Best Make-Up & Hairstyling

    What is it about: A heavy-metal drummer’s life is thrown into freefall when he begins to lose his hearing.

    Judas And The Black Messiah

    🏆 Best Original Song, Best Actor in a Supporting Role

    What is it about: Offered a plea deal by the FBI, William O’Neal infiltrates the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party to gather intelligence.

    Promising Young Woman

    🏆 Best Original Screenplay

    What is it about: A young woman, traumatized by a tragic event in her past, seeks out vengeance against those who crossed her path.


    🏆 Best Original Screenplay

    What is it about: A Protagonist is on a mission that will unfold into something vital for the survival of the entire world.

    My Octopus Teacher

    🏆 Best Documentary

    What is it about: A Protagonist is on a mission that will unfold into something vital for the survival of the entire world.

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    Netflix’s Top 10 Nature Documentaries To Watch This Weekend

    by Kaylen Summers

    Nature is always fascinating. Netflix is making it even more fascinating with their nature documentaries. Here are the top 10 documentaries that will make you fall in love with nature. 

    Our Planet

    ⌛8 Parts 

    What is it about: The high-definition nature film takes us to places on the earth where life is thriving and where it is deeply struggling due to climate changes.

    Night on Earth: Shot in the Dark


    What is it about:  The documentary takes us through the unseen world of animals and insects that thrive in the darkness of the nights.


    1h 30m 

    What is it about:  A filmmaker sets out to document the harm that humans do to marine species — and uncovers alarming global corruption

    Chasing Coral

    1h 29m 

    What is it about:  The movie explores the tragic effect of coral bleaching and how it impacts the oceanic ecosystem

    Mission Blue

    1h 47m 

    What is it about:  Presenting the life and work of oceanographer, marine biologist, and environmentalist Sylvia Earle.

    Kiss the Ground

    1h 24m

    What is it about:  Earth’s topsoil is being depleted. Now, it is up to us to stand up and adopt regenerative agriculture to save it.

    The Ivory Game

    1h 52m

    What is it about:  Many elephants are being slaughtered in Africa and Asia. The documentary undercovers and documents the global ivory crisis.

    Dancing with the Birds


    What is it about:  Directed by Huw Cordey and narrated by Stephen Fry, Dancing with the Birds is about exotic birds and their mating rituals.

    David Attenborough: A Life On Our Planet

    ⌛1h 23m

    What is it about:  Former special forces agent Roy Pulver is trapped in a time loop of the day he gets murdered.

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    Stream These 10 Movies Before They Leave Netflix

    by Kaylen Summers

    If you are like me then you might probably have dozens of movies added to your Netflix watch list. But then sometimes I don’t find them there, and then I have to search the internet to find out that they were removed from the streaming platform. And that’s just sad!

    I wish that just like Netflix provides us with a list of “Coming soon”, it needs to have a list of “Going soon”, it will just make life easier. But until then you can refer to articles like this one.

    The streaming giant will be saying goodbye to the below-mentioned titles in May 2021, and we are sharing our pick of 10 movies that you should stream before they leave Netflix.

    The One I Love (2014)

    This film falls in the category of rom-com thriller. Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass are starring as a married couple with relationship woes. Their relationship is on the brink of collapsing when they decide to go on a weekend getaway. However, during the getaway, they encounter unusual troubles which further complicates their situation.

    Quartet (2012)

    This is a comedy-drama film based on the play Quartet by Ronald Harwood. At a British retirement home for musicians, things stir up at the arrival of a once-popular opera diva. The residents’ musicians of the home, revive their glory days once a year for a benefit concert, but this time things get sour as old heartbreaks and rivalries resurface, with the presence of the legendary diva.

    Cake (2018)

    In this Pakistani comedy-drama film, we witness a family dealing with love, loss, and life and death. It is about two sisters, one of whom is taking care of her old parents, and the other who lives abroad. The two of them reconnect when their parents’ health worsens, which creates conflicts and tensions.

    Trumbo (2015)

    This is a biographical drama film starring Bryan Cranston as the successful 1940s screenwriter Dalton Trumbo. Trumbo’s career abruptly ends when he is blacklisted from Hollywood for his political views. It has a great supporting cast which makes it even more lively. 

    Moonlight (2016)

    It is an American coming-of-age drama film, about an African-American boy growing up in Miami. We follow the boy’s life journey to adulthood, his everyday struggles as he copes with his identity and sexuality.

    My Week with Marilyn (2011)

    This movie focuses on a specific moment of Marilyn Monroe’s career, the making of the 1957 film “The Prince and the Showgirl” where she was teamed with Laurence Olivier. During the production, a member of the film’s crew Colin Clark grew close to Monroe, and we get to see a unique perspective on the actress’s life through his lens.

    The Help (2011)

    The period drama film is based on Kathryn Stockett’s 2009 novel of the same name. In 1960s Mississippi, an aspiring author decides to write a book on African-American maids’ daily struggles and their point of view on the white families for which they work.

    Julie & Julia (2009)

    This film is based on a true story. It follows the lives of two women who share a love for food and cooking. Julie Powell is a New York-based blogger, who challenges herself to cook all 524 recipes in the popular book by Julia Child. We get to see the story of Child’s start in the cooking profession and the challenges Julie faces to emulate Child’s cooking techniques.

    Milk (2008)

    This is a biopic about Harvey Milk, who becomes the first openly gay person to be elected to political office in California. Milk was an American activist and faced several difficulties while fighting for gay rights and winning a seat in the public office.

    The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)

    This movie is based on the true story of Chris Gardner, a man who in the face of extreme despair, refuses to quit. Chris is a homeless salesman and a single parent, who struggles to find work and raise his 5-year-old son.

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    Most Watched Movies On Streaming This April 2021

    by Kaylen Summers

    Looking for the best movies to watch this weekend?! Then check out these popular titles available on your streaming services.

    Love and Monsters

    ⌛1h 49m 📺 Action, Adventure

    What is it about:  Joel Dawson is out to find his high school girlfriend Aimee in a world taken over by monsters.

    Color Out of Space

    ⌛1h 51m 📺Sci-Fi, Mystery

    What is it about: In a remote farmstead in rural New England, a family notices that a recently crashed meteorite is infecting their land and properties.


    ⌛1h 32m 📺 Mystery, Thriller

    What is it about: When a young woman returns home to kill her abusive father, she found him already dead. Now, she must save herself from the same fate.

    Thunder Force

    ⌛1h 47m 📺Action, Adventure

    What is it about:Two childhood friends become a crime-fighting superhero duo and goes on to fight the evil miscreants.

    Arlo the Alligator Boy

    ⌛1h 32m 📺 Comedy, Animation

    What is it about: A half-human- half-alligator boy leaves his sheltered life in the swamp and search for his long-lost father.

    Doctor Bello

    ⌛1h 35m 📺 Drama,  Adventure

    What is it about: A cancer specialist forms an unlikely bond with seven-year-old Sam. He must seek the help from Doctor Bello to help save the kid’s life.


    ⌛1h 42m 📺 Horror, Fantasy

    What is it about: Students in a high school started exploding. Mara and Dylan are left to survive a world where any moment can be their last.

    African Safari

    ⌛1h 22m 📺Drama, Comedy

    What is it about:The Lion Whisperer, Kevin Richardson takes us on an extraordinary journey across the most spectacular sceneries on earth.

    Why Did You Kill Me?

    ⌛1h 23m 📺 Documentary

    What is it about: When 24-year-old Crystal Theobald gets killed, her devastated family used social media to track down her murders.


    ⌛1h 21m 📺 Documentary

    What is it about: Fox Rich is fighting for her husband’s released from the Louisiana State Penitentiary while raising her six sons.

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    Mortal Kombat (2021) Review: Feels More Like A Fan-Made Prequel

    by Kaylen Summers

    Mortal Kombat is one of the most famous fighting games out there. The latest screen adaptation of the video game came this month with Simon McQuoid. Similar to its previous attempt, the movie failed to craft a coherent plot around the iconic video game characters. The game is heart-snatching, limp-hacking, and brutally body-splitting. However, this gore never got fully fulfilled on screen.

    If you are able to withstand the techno music, the first ten minutes of director Simon McQuoid’s debut movie will feel most glorious with its rich cinematography by Germain McMicking- famous for his work in the ‘True Detective’ series. The setup introduces us to the characters Bi-Han (Joe Taslim) and Hanzo Hasashi (Hiroyuki Sanada), who eventually becomes the mortal enemies Sub-Zero and Scorpion. All the characters-even Hanzo’s wife and children- received great attention and detail in this scene. Since it is supposed to serve as the backbone for the whole movie’s plot, it deserves that. The acting, emotions, and conflicts between the two key characters felt real and intense.

    Unfortunately, the remaining movie fails desperately to live up to the hype created by the initial motives. One major overshadowing factor is that Hanzo’s son doesn’t feel the need for revenge for his father’s death. He is living happily with his family and his intentions are just to protect them from any threats. This devalues the whole initial scene of the movie. Other than the fact that they are being chased by other-world demons or ‘fighters’, characters like Sonya Blade  (Jessica McNamee), and Kano (Josh Lawson) have no large motive to even participate in this whole exercise. They have no backstories, no motives, and nothing to accomplish.  They are there because they are in the game.

    Screenwriters Greg Russo and Dave Callaham penned a very thin outline of a story in a major Hollywood production and the output feels less good than a Power Rangers TV show from the 90’s. Let’s not forget to mention that Dave Callaham also worked in the movie,  Wonder Woman 1984. That explains a lot!!

    Cole Young in Mortal Kombat 2021

    Mortal Kombat count have taken lessons from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It had the potential to be built into a whole new universe and fans would have really enjoyed it as well. Each character could have given their own origin story and later a solid team up for the final compact.  However, the producers ignored the successful story-telling techniques and decided to fit too many characters into a single movie with nonsensical dialogue, techno music and some blood and guts- just because it’s R-rated.

    Hollywood!! You’ve failed us once again!

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    10 Amazing Animated Films Worth Watching On Disney+

    by Kaylen Summers

    If you are looking for some good animated films to watch on Disney +, then here are a few:

    Finding Nemo

    A good old classic, feel-good story about a tiny little fish, Nemo, this is a heart-warming film that will tear you up a bit. But it is the good kind of tears after which you will find yourself smiling endlessly.

    Beauty and the Beast

    This is a timeless tale of being loved for who you are. Re-told time and again in various forms, the original animated film of 1991 is still the best version of this amazing fairy tale.


    Cinderella is the classic Disney princess who is now a cultural icon. Cakes, dresses, accessories, theme parks – you name it and there inevitably is a Cinderella version of it! Watch this original animated film of 1950 to indulge in the story of the modest girl who became a princess in glass slippers!

    Alice in Wonderland

    There have been plenty of versions of this timeless tale. The most classic is this 1951 animated film that keeps intact original style, narration, and visual world-building.


    One of the best-animated films of all times, Bambi captures nature, animal life and combines it with emotions so beautifully that you forget you are not one among the ones in the forest!


    One of the world’s most-watched animated film franchise, Frozen, and its sequels is something you cannot ignore. Toys, merchandise, confectionery, food – you name it and there is a Frozen-themed version of it! Watch the film to know why the world is crazy over this film.

    The Lion King

    This is Disney’s crown jewel of all times. The 1994 film has so many fans world over that 25 years down the line, people are still willing to watch any and every version of it!


    This 1998 animated film precedes the 2020 live-action version of the same. One of the most inspiring, politically relevant films of all times, Mulan is the story of a Chinese girl forced to fight in disguise as a man.


    This timeless tale about a rat who becomes a master chef in Paris is all about dreaming and making them come true. A feast for the eyes, heart and stomach, watch this film to really get to the heart of animated storytelling.


    Zootopia is one of Disney’s recent hits that went ahead to win the Oscar. A masterclass in world-building and storytelling, Zootopia is a delight to watch.

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