Best Movie & TV Trailers of the Week!

Hello and happy October lovely JoBlo readers! Here's hoping your Halloween season is filled with horror movies, haunted houses, and way more candy than the human body can handle.

Here we have yet again the best movie and TV trailers of the week, which, much to my dismay, still does not feature the new HELLBOY trailer. However, we were blessed with the very first ALADDIN teaser, albeit a very simplistic teaser that left much to be desired (where's Jafar? Genie? Princess Jasmine? Anybody?). Still, this week was a great one for trailers, as we were delivered high hopes for the upcoming movie monster mash-up GLASS, the mega festival hit BODIED, the Stephen King reboot PET SEMATARY, and the ultra violent hyper creative punch-you-in-the-gut action movie masterpiece THE NIGHT COMES FOR US. I caught the latest project from writer/director Timo Tjahjanto at Fantastic Fest, and folks, I can't hype it up enough.  THE NIGHT COMES FOR US is simply one of the most thrilling movies I've ever seen, and I can't wait for everyone to see just how many household items can be turned into a weapon if wielded properly.

Check out the roundup for the best movie trailers here --

Next up we have the best TV show trailers of the week, which features the likes of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's GOOD OMENS, as well as MAKING A MURDERER season 2, DAREDEVIL season 3, Syfy's new series DEADLY CLASS, and the final season of HOUSE OF CARDS. I personally am super stoked for the new season of DAREDEVIL, which is set to feature the long-awaited arrival of iconic villain Bullseye, as well as the return of fan favorite Wilson Fisk, as portrayed by the legendary Vincent D'Onofrio.

Check out the whole roundup here!

Our best pick of the week goes to PET SEMATARY, which was properly creepy and a solid tease to the new version of Stephen King's classic novel.

As far as the best trailer of the week goes, I'd personally say that the trailer for the new and improved PET SEMATARY is far and away the winner. A reboot of the classic Stephen King novel, the updated version of the film is helmed by STARRY EYES filmmaking duo Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer, a very talented team that will wowed audiences back in 2014 with their directorial debut. Based on the footage shown here, it looks as though they're going to leave us all floored yet again.


What movies and TV shows are y'all looking forward to the most? Make sure to leave us a comment and let us know!



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