New Movie Trailers: ‘Batkid Begins,’ And More [VIDEOS]

Batkid Begins Trailer Video

Well, it looks like Tomorrowland is doing pretty well this week, and some people might remember that Poltergeist came out, too. But we’re still looking to the future of cinema here – having already marveled at Maze Runners: The Scorch Trials, plus that Steve Jobs teaser that showed up at the end of Mad Men. So check out the coming attractions for some things that’ll carry you right through summer…

Batkid Begins

We’ve never started with a documentary before, but everyone’s excited over this documentary about 5-year-old Miles Scott, who pretty much took over the world while taking over San Francisco in an epic roleplaying game. The little kid has leukemia, and the city really came together to give him a special day. This trailer looks like they made a fine documentary about it, too–so keep an eye out for this one on June 25th…


Knock Knock

Eli Roth’s latest might seem a little offbeat, but this tale of family man Keanu Reeves being attacked by sexy sociopaths is really a remake of a grindhouse classic. And we’re all feeling like Keanu can do no wrong nowadays…


The Gallows

Unfriended was a lot better than we expected, and now MTV is giving us a found-footage movie about high-school kids who revive an angry spirit when they do a school play. That is, the same school play that got a kid killed 20 years ago. We would’ve liked this better if it was the Glee series finale, and we wish it wasn’t found footage, but it could be fun….


Cooties

Hey, here’s a zombie movie from Ian Brennan–the co-creator of Glee–and Leigh Whannell of Saw fame. It looks really cool, too, as elementary school teachers have to take on killer kiddies who’ve been infected via chicken nuggets. We’re thinking this will debut at most people’s local Redboxes, but we’re hoping to get a 42nd Street screening…


Amy

And here’s another documentary–and we’re tempted to say another zombie movie, since this documentary about Amy Winehouse sure sets the tone for a horror film. It’s getting lots of acclaim, and we’re thinking that even non-fans will want to see this eerie look at a wasted life. Or, you know, a life lived wasted…


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