If you are anything like us, you are currently experiencing the humpday blues. But, fear not as this week’s Screen Wonders is here to wash away your mid-week qualms. Filled with the trailers that tease the next instalment of Ryan Murphy’s infectious frightening American Horror Story, and Paris Hilton’s very own reality cooking show. Head below to indulge in all of the best trailers that have dropped over the last week…
Reality stars on cooking shows, lambs raised as children and double features of horror: trailers for Cooking With Paris, Lamb and American Horror Story: Double Feature star in this week’s trailer round-up.
Cooking With Paris
Dreaming of seeing your favourite 00s socialite cooking up a storm in the kitchen? Well, you are in look as Paris Hilton and Netflix present, Cooking With Paris. With the trailer starting off in a calm and collected manner, fans are led to believe that the view of their beloved star cooking with diamond-encrusted cooking utensils and dropped in pastel aprons would be the highlight of the show. But, in trueThe Simple Life form, chaos ensues as the likes of Saweetie, Kim Kardashian and Demi Lovato flash on the screen as they take to the star’s LA-based home as they attempt to whip up some classic dishes. Set for release on August 4th, we already know that the series is going to be HOT!
American Horror Stories: Double Feature
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While it is fair to expect the unexpected from Ryan Murphy, nothing could have prepared us for the American Horror Story: Double Feature trailer. In an utterly bizarre display, viewers have been treated to the scenes of two worlds colliding as extraterrestrial aliens can be seen in an uber-creepy make-out session with a demon – yes, you heard us correctly. While the chilling trailer features no cameos from the show’s beloved cast, the words “twice the terror” flash across the other-worldly images, promising all of the delightful fright the franchise is known for. With August 25th set as the release date of chilling parts which are the respectively named Red Tide and Death Valley, it looks like Halloween has come early this year.
A24 can always be trusted to turn out a masterful film, and this is definitely the case with the new movie Lamb. Tension mounts from the get-go as ominous music plays over scenes of sheep rearers María and Pétur being to raise a lamb in their home. And, while heart-warming in premise, the films supernatural edge begins to shine through as we see the star’s of the film verbally berating sheep and wielding guns. Anxiety in watchers peaks, however, when the fleeting scene of a child with a lambs head can be seen stumbling through the mountainous terrain of the movie’s setting. Promising to be both weird and wonderful, this is a movie you won’t want to miss when it drops on October 8th.
Love is Blind: After the Altar
The days of lockdown 1 and binge-watching Love is Blind seems as though they were an eternity ago, don’t they? Well, Netflix is here to remind you just how long it has been since you indulged in the reality series as they present its reunion show, Love is Blind: After the Altar. Promising sit-down interviews with the original cast and an insight into their relationships post-show, fans of the brave individuals who put their love lifes on the line for Netflix’s experiements will be treated to drama by the bucket load once more – especially is Too Hot To Handle‘s Francesca Farago has anythign to do with it. Mark your calanders for July 28th, when the reunion drops.
The Card Counter
Martin Scorsese’s involvement as executive producer alone is enough of a reason to peg The Card Counter as one of THE movies of 2021.
Rounding off this week’s list is a sequel to an 80s classic. With the trailer teasing an appearance from the film’s original cast in the form of Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd, fans will be ecstatic to know that everyone’s favourite comedic supernatural franchise is returning for Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Joining the original cast are teen-superstars Finn Wolfhard and Mckenna Grace, along with Hollywood royalty Paul Rudd, as they embark on an adventure set amongst the films original setting as a new generation of adventure-seekers attempt to ward off supernatural ghouls in the action-packed trailer. Head to theatres this November to indulge in a slice of nostalgia.