Our title doesn’t lie. In this feature each month, we round up the five best trailers from the past few weeks, so you don’t have to.
The trailers could quite simply be for any movie, all we know is, it’s certainly five of the best!
Buckle up, clear your diary… this is the best 10 minutes of your month…
Director: Aaron Schneider
Writers: C.S. Forester (novel), Tom Hanks (screenplay)
Stars: Tom Hanks, Elisabeth Shue, Stephen Graham
During World War II, a US Navy skipper must lead an Allied convoy being stalked by Nazi U-boat wolf packs.
Remember Fury from a few years ago? Brad Pitt marooned in a tank? Well Greyhound is like that, but Tom Hanks on a boat. The trailer is certainly doing it for us though.
Directors: Gerard Bush, Christopher Renz
Writers: Gerard Bush, Christopher Renz
Stars: Janelle Monáe, Eric Lange, Jena Malone
Successful author Veronica finds herself trapped in a horrifying reality and must uncover the mind-bending mystery before it's too late.
Anything Janelle Monáe turns her hand to is always top drawer, and we defy anyone to watch that trailer and not feel intrigued. It’s a must in April.
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Director: Eliza Hittman
Writer: Eliza Hittman
Stars: Ryan Eggold, Talia Ryder, Sidney Flanigan
A pair of teenage girls in rural Pennsylvania travel to New York City to seek out medical help after an unintended pregnancy,
This movie has been picking up acclaim all over the shop, so that had our curiosity. Then we saw trailer, and now it has our attention.
Director: Nia DaCosta
Writers: Jordan Peele (screenplay by), Win Rosenfeld (screenplay by)
Stars: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett
A "spiritual sequel" to the 1992 horror film 'Candyman' that returns to the now-gentrified Chicago neighbourhood where the legend began.
Jordan Peele backing a fresh director in Nia DaCosta with a haunting version of Destiny’s Child hit Say My name over the top of the trailer… we are so in.
Director: Tyler Cornack
Writers: Tyler Cornack, Ryan Koch
Stars: Angela Jones, Tyler Cornack, Tyler Dryden
After a child goes missing, a newly sober detective suspects that his sponsor has a superpower that makes animals, objects, and humans disappear in his butt.
Now forgive us for the gratuity, but we when saw this trailer and read the plot on Twitter, we had to share it. It looks a masterpiece or utter trash, but we want to find out.