Entertainment, Film

KUSH TRAILERS OF THE WEEK 

I am not a huge Spiderman fan. The best movie for me in the franchise was the second installment with Dr. Octopus. The disgracefulness of Venom in the third installment and the subsequent reboot sealed the deal for me; this movie franchise sucks. Here comes the second installment in the reboot trilogy. This time around Spidey battles Electro, The Rhino, and The Green Goblin…again. Check out the trailer below and for better or worse, looks can be deceiving.

Film

WATCH: Naz & Maalik Trailer 

Wow; something different than the 4 effeminate gay friends looking for love in the club? Two closeted Muslim teens have no idea they are under FBI surveillance. A new independent film titled Naz & Maalik tells the tale of two younger generation homosexuals.

Entertainment, Film

KUSH TRAILERS OF THE WEEK 

This week’s edition of “Kush Trailers” will be a little bit different because it will be top heavy with video game trailers. The PS4 is on the way and we thought we would feature some interesting trailers that caught our eye. The CGI effects, musical score, sound quality and cinematic action in video games get better year after year and those featured below are no exception.

Entertainment, Film

WATCH: Don’t Move 

This is simply a true short horror film at its best. The premise is simple in that there is a spirit or demon that has manifested and feeds off of those who move. The characters have to be still in order for the demon not to sense where they are located. If the demon senses movements, it’s feeding time. I like the creativity and concept within the short that was directed by Anthony Melton, written by David Scullion with cinematography by Jonny Franklin.

Entertainment, Film

WATCH: Mama 

This short inspired the full length feature film of the same name produced by Guillermo del Toro. I was captivated by the cinematography and uneasy suspense presented when the two young girls are standing at the staircase. The creature design and movements of “Mama” are somewhat unique and unsettling. I can understand why this short was picked up and turned into a full length feature film. If you have 3 minutes, set back and enjoy Mama.