Saturday, March 30, 2019

APOCALYPSE IS HERE IN THE SILENCE TRAILER WITH STANLEY TUCCI, MIRANDA OTTO, KIERNAN SHIPKA, AND MIGHT BE HERE SOON IN THE TOMORROW MAN TRAILER WITH JOHN LITHGOW, BLYTHE DANNER

  'THE SILENCE' TRAILER
The Silence hits Netflix worldwide next month
FOR SCARY NEW NETFLIX FILM
Trailer time today! First up, the one for Netflix' new post apocalyptic movie THE SILENCE starring Stanley Tucci, Miranda Otto, John Corbett and Kiernan Shipka which opens April 10 worldwide. It follows the story of a family struggling to survive in a world terrorized by a deadly, primeval species who have bred for decades in the pitch darkness of a vast underground cave system, hunting only
The Silence is based on the best selling book by Tim Lebbon
with their acute hearing. As the family seeks refuge in a remote haven where they can wait out the invasion, they start to wonder what kind of world will remain when they're ready to emerge.



  'THE TOMORROW MAN'
 HEARTWARMING TRAILER!
The Tomorrow Man arrives this May
Admittedly, a much prettier one, but also with an element of a possible apocalypse, is trailer for THE TOMORROW MAN in  which John Lithgow plays a man called Ed Hemsler who spends his life preparing for a disaster that may never come. Blythe Danner is, meanwhile, playing a woman called Ronnie Meisner who spends her life shopping for things she may never use. In a small town somewhere in America, these two people will try to find love while trying not to get lost in each other's stuff. The movie should North American theatres May 22nd this year.

12 comments:

  1. The Silence sounds pretty good. I'll give it a watch.

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  2. So, what's new? Nothing,really. The same old world under attack. This time it's attacked by some horrible creatures who hunt by sound ("Silence").
    Soon (they say in 12 years) the world's going to be attacked by oceans and seas. Perhaps the cinema industry could make some movies with some useful tips and tricks of how to survive this kind of attack.

    I suppose I'm like The Tomorrow Man. Years ago I bought some equipment (suit, boots, gloves; mask was given by the authoritirs) to be prepared against a chemical attack launched by Saddam Hussein. Well, luckily the chemical part didn't happen and the items were not used. I still have them in the attic.
    Well, preparedness requires that we buy things. Food items are quite a problem.
    I would definitely like to watch this movie

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    1. It used to be that the oceans will attack us in hundred years, now it's down to just a decade?
      Your authorities are very nice and caring, when we were bombed day and night by USA and NATO for months in 1999. our government did not even tell us where to find bomb shelters :) We were totally left to fend for ourselves. They same goes for the 90s when USA imposed years of embargo on us and we did not have the simplest of things, flour, oil, sugar, oxygen for babies etc. Government did not even try to give us rations or whatever it is they're supposed to do to take care of their people.

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    2. Unbelievable! I have come to the very sad conclusion that you can trust no one. I believe only in God's protection.

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    3. Yes, one can only count on oneself... sometimes not even that :)

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  3. "The Tomorrow Man" looks like an excellent, character-driven movie. Plus I love John Lithgow.

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    1. He is always ever so nice... we will never forgive Blythe for giving birth to that pest, but she's an OK actress... more or less...

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  4. I'm with Duta here. Netflix is supposed to be bringing new ideas to the table, but Silence seems like it's just another spin off the same old same old. Kind of reminds me of John and Emily's movie, A Quiet Place. Yawn.

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    1. I think they scored a massive success with Bird Box and now want to exploit it. I like apocalyptic movies, I will probably watch it.

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