Coming Soon Trailers: Bloodshot, The Hunt.

Coming Soon Trailers: Bloodshot, The Hunt.

Get ready for hot takes as bloody Bloodshot and politically charged The Hunt hit theaters.

Well, well! This week seems primed to ignite discussion. Vin Diesel stirs the chum bucket with a pulpy, body horror laced action flick in Bloodshot. The Hunt, about liberal elites hunting “deplorables,” gets a release after waiting out all of the negative publicity it earned. And I Still Believe is the latest Christian flick out to separate believers from the price of a ticket.

Yeah, you’d have to bind and gag me too to see that movie.

On streaming, we have a much more manageable four films. Don’t worry, we’ll be back up to nine entries next week, if you’re stocking up your coronavirus bunker.

Coming Soon Trailers.

Wide Release.


Based on the bestselling comic book, Vin Diesel stars as Ray Garrison, a soldier recently killed in action and brought back to life as the superhero Bloodshot by the RST corporation. With an army of nanotechnology in his veins, he’s an unstoppable force –stronger than ever and able to heal instantly. But in controlling his body, the company has sway over his mind and memories, too. Now, Ray doesn’t know what’s real and what’s not – but he’s on a mission to find out.

The Hunt.

Twelve strangers wake up in a clearing. They don’t know where they are, or how they got there. They don’t know they’ve been chosen… for a very specific purpose … The Hunt.

I Still Believe.

The true story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp and his journey of love and loss.

Video on Demand.


STUFFED plunges viewers into the remarkably diverse subculture of taxidermy, a world where its practitioners must be masters of a collection of unique disciplines.

The Alpha Test.

A suburban family drives their new gadget, The Alpha Home Assistant, to a killing rampage after mistreating and abusing it, leading to a full A.I. uprising.


A twelve-year-old boy, Joshua, is charged with the protection of his twin sister when their father passes, but she possesses a special ability and his greatest challenge will not be keeping her safe but keeping her hidden.


At the behest of his social worker, bullied 17-year-old Ray moves in with his Aunt and cousin Kim for his latest shot at a normal life. But for Ray, every new home placement is the same; getting tormented for being the weird, new kid. Unfortunately, Kim’s boyfriend Eric frames him for stealing booze from a liquor store. Just as Ray is about to be beaten by a baseball bat-wielding store clerk a stranger cold-cocks the clerk. This stranger is just the kind of guy Ray wishes he could be; a man of action with no regrets. And this dangerous, mysterious man, Shepard (Beinbrink), sees something in Ray. An odd friendship forms, but Shepard is leading Ray down a violent path of vengeance from which there can be no return.

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