Trailers : The Black Demon, Renfield, Chrissy Judy and lots more!

Yes, so much today!

The Black Demon (April 28 | In Theaters)

Oilman Paul Sturges (Josh Lucas) takes his family to Bahia Negra, the site of Paul’s best-performing rig, but the vibrant Mexican coastal town he once knew has mysteriously crumbled as the townsfolk believe the rig has awoken a shark of legend, known as The Black Demon.

You Hurt My Feelings (May 26 | In Theaters)

From acclaimed filmmaker Nicole Holofcener comes a sharply observed comedy about a novelist (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) whose long standing marriage is suddenly upended when she overhears her husband give his honest reaction to her latest book. A film about trust, lies, and the things we say to the people we love most.


Renfield (May 26 | In Theaters)

In this modern monster tale of Dracula’s loyal servant, Nicholas Hoult (Mad Max: Fury Road, X-Men franchise) stars as Renfield, the tortured aide to history’s most narcissistic boss, Dracula (Oscar® winner Nicolas Cage). Renfield is forced to procure his master’s prey and do his every bidding, no matter how debased. But now, after centuries of servitude, Renfield is ready to see if there’s a life outside the shadow of The Prince of Darkness. If only he can figure out how to end his codependency.

Renfield is directed by Chris McKay (The Tomorrow War, The LEGO Batman Movie) from a screenplay by Ryan Ridley (Ghosted series, Rick & Morty series), based on an original idea by The Walking Dead and Invincible creator Robert Kirkman.


Hunt Club (April 4 | On Demand, Digital, and DVD)

Elizabeth Blake-Thomas directs the pic, penned by David Lipper and John F. Saunders with Lipper joining his partner Robert A. Daly Jr. in producing through their Latigo Films banner. Joining them as producers are Mark Lester, Keli Price, and Kipp Tribble. Kimberly Hines executive produced.

Maya Stojan (“Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D”), Casper Van Dien (The Daughter), Will Peltz (13 Minutes), Jessica Belkin (‘’The Orville’’), Jeremy London (Demigod), Jason London (The Rage : Carrie 2), David Lipper (“Frequency”) and Kipp Tribble (ReBroken) also feature in the gripping thriller.

Cassandra (Suvari) just lost her girlfriend and daughter and is desperate to find help. In walks Carter offering her the chance to win $100k if she participates in the hunt on his island. She soon finds other women who are there for the cash have been tied up, only to be released as the hunted. With the help of Tessa and Lexi, Cassandra turns the tables on the men showing that women can be better hunters.


Chrissy Judy (In Theaters March 31, On Demand and Digital April 11)

The pic, written, directed, edited by and starring Todd Flaherty alongside Wyatt Fenner, Joey Taranto, Kiyon Spencer, and James Tison, tells of a determined gay man whose best friend and drag sister suddenly couples off and moves away, leaving him to question his personal and professional life becoming an irrelevant solo act both onstage and off

Judy’s been described as many things: a free spirit, a day dreamer, a boy-crazy hot mess. But this is going to be the summer it all comes together for this ambitious, 30-something drag queen/cater-waiter and his best friend, Chrissy. That is, until Chrissy’s priorities suddenly shift, forcing a disillusioned Judy to examine his life and priorities as a queer artist, and rediscover himself in the process. In this dark comedy, “Chrissy Judy” explores the universal pain of breaking up with your best friends and questions, “What do you do when your chosen family no longer chooses you?”

Breakout (April 4 | DVD and On Demand)

Having taken control of a maximum-security prison and recruited the other prisoners as his army, a criminal mastermind and former LAPD explosives expert faces off against a rogue hostage negotiator and a retired Black Ops agent who had been visiting his incarcerated son.

In addition to Tom Sizemore (Saving Private Ryan), My Big Fat Greek Wedding’s Louis Mandylor, Kristos Andrews (“The Bay”), Brian Krause (Stephen King’s Sleepwalkers), Noel Guglielmi (Training Day), Victor DiMatta (The Sandlot), and Jose Guapo also star in the Robert Thompson, Brandon Slagle, and Devanny Pinn written actioner.

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