Trailers: Skin, Ghost, Braven, 84, You & More

Cold Skin
The first trailer is out for Xavier Gens’ new film “Cold Skin” which is set in 1914 and follows a young Irishman (David Oakes) sent to a remote island in the South Atlantic to work as a meteorologist – the only other inhabitant being a lighthouse caretaker (Ray Stevenson).

Soon the young man realizes that the death of his predecessor occurred from the invasion of unknown creatures emerging in the dark from the ocean.

Ghost Stories
Martin Freeman stars in one of three ‘ghost stories’ being investigated by a skeptical professor (Andy Nyman) in the new British horror film based on Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s stage play of the same name.

The professor follows the threads of three eerie supernatural cases after he receives a mysterious letter from his dead mentor. He then meets three haunted men, each one’s stories more inexplicable from the last. The film hits April in the UK, no U.S. release yet set.

Jason Momoa chucks aces into faces in the new thriller “Braven”. When Joe (Momoa) and his father (Stephen Lang) arrive at their remote hunting cabin, they’re hoping for a quiet weekend. What they find is a stash of heroin, hidden in the cabin by drug traffickers.

When the criminals suddenly descend upon the cabin, Joe and his father must make a kill-or-be-killed stand for survival. Garrett Dillahunt, Jull Wagner and Brendan Fletcher co-star inthe film which hits On Demand and cinemas on February 2nd.

Summer of ’84
Set to launch at Sundance, the trailer has arrived for “Summer of ’84” which comes from the makers of “Turbo Kid”. Graham Verchere, Judah Lewis, Caleb Emery, Cory Gruter-Andrew, Tiera Skovbye, Jason Gray-Stanford, and Shauna Johannesen co-star.

The story follows a group of teens gets caught up in the mystery of a serial killer terrorizing their suburban town in 1984. They suspect it’s their next door neighbor who is also a police officer (Rich Sommer).

You Were Never Really Here
Following several U.S. trailers, a new U.K. trailer is out for Lynne Ramsey’s violent drama “You Were Never Really Here” which debuted at Cannes last year. Joaquin Phoenix plays a military veteran who uses his own particular set of skills to find girls who have gone missing. Things soon spin out of control. The film will shortly play at Sundance and will then open April 6th.

Evan Rachel Wood-led Toronto film entry “A Worthy Companion” has been retitled “Allure” andis now coming to cinemas with the new trailer just released. Julia Sarah Stone, Denis O’Hare, and Maxim Roy co-star in the story of a lesbian house cleaner (Wood) whose involvement with her employer’s quiet teenage daughter takes a very dark turn. “Allure” opens in cinemas and hits On Demand on March 16th.

Show Dogs
Open Road Films has premiered the trailer for family comedy “Show Dogs” starring Will Arnett as a human detective teamed with a canine partner (voiced by Chris ‘Ludacris’ Bridges) who have to go undercover at the world’s most exclusive dog show

Natasha Lyonne also stars while Shaquille O’Neal, Alan Cumming, and Stanley Tucci lend their voices. Raja Gosnell helms the film opening May 18th.

The Orchard has released the new trailer for the Max Winkler-directed “Flower” starring Zoey Deutch, Kathryn Hahn, Tim Heidecker, Joey Morgan, Dylan Gelula and Maya Eshet. The film opens on March 16th.

Deutch plays a 17-year-old firecracker living in the San Fernando Valley. When her mom’s boyfriend’s mentally unbalanced son Luke (Morgan) arrives from rehab to live with the family, Erica finds her domestic and personal life overwhelmed.

Hellraiser Judgement
Pinhead returns in the next chapter of the “Hellraiser” series in which three detectives trying to stop a diabolical serial killer are sucked into a maze of otherworldly horror. Gary J. Tunnicliffe helms the new chapter which goes direct to Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD on February 13th.

The Vanishing of Sidney Hall
Logan Lerman, Elle Fanning, Kyle Chandler, Michelle Monaghan, Nathan Lane, and Margaret Qualley star in this drama in which a young man (Lerman) who is also a talented writer becomes a famed novelist – even as his works provoke tragic outcomes among some young readers which leads to his disillusionment. The film will be released exclusively on DIRECTV on January 25th and will be in theaters on March 2nd via A24.

Victor Crowley
The “Hatchet” franchise returns with the full-length trailer for “Victor Crowley,” the fourth film in the horror franchise, debuting today. Director Adam Green helms the film set a decade after the events of the other movies in the franchise. A group of survivors from a plane crash must escape the newly resurrected Crowley.