I wish I had had more bookish content to offer during the past weeks, but all my free time is sucked up by Critical Role and I don’t feel like apologizing for that. It’s something to keep me sane these days. However, I would never forget about our weekly trailer show, so let’s get started!
This is my kind of movie and I’m not sorry.
100% going to watch because of the cast.
White Bird: A Wonder Story
Wonder was such a lovely movie, this is going to be heartfelt for sure as well. It looks like they mixed the Julian Chapter and White Bird here.
I don’t know why, but it gives me Pitch Perfect, but about gaming vibes?
I mean … the title alone let me know that I wasn’t gonna get a cute Bill Skarsgard romance movie, but the beginning sequence reassures me in my believe that he’d be very good in that genre.
Gone in the Night
I see Winona Ryder, I click.
Queen of Glory
This looks like a really good movie, I also love that a bookshop is involved.
Purple Hearts (Clip)
Not sure military movies (romance or otherwise) are my thing, but I’d watch this for Sofia Carson.
I still can’t believe it got so many sequels.
Lyle Lyle Crocodile
So … Shawn Mendes is voicing a crocodile?
My Old School
Interesting way to do a documentary.
The Longest Night
Pretty sure there was a movie with the same title, but not sure they were about the same thing.
The Lazarus Project
Time travel messes are always my jam.
Five Days at Memorial
I think this is actually based on a fictional novel rather than actual events?
Trying (Season 3)
I keep meaning to watch this show and I haven’t yet.
Stranger Things (Season 4, Vol. 2)
I’m genuinely worried that a character I adore is going to die. I know, at some point, a main character likely will have to perish, I just don’t want it to be any of my particular faves. If this trailer is foreshadowing, I’m gonna be pissed and I’m gonna remind Sean Levy of a certain interview he gave a while ago.
What We Do In the Shadows (Season 4)
I know this show has always been beloved, but I love the attention it is getting because of the popularity of Our Flag Means Death.