Crazy First Trailer for Action Movie ‘Savage Dog’ Starring Scott Adkins

Savage Dog Trailer

"There's a tale told somewhere south of Burma. The tale tells of a man…" XLrator Media has debuted an official trailer for an action movie titled Savage Dog, which looks like it's straight out of the 90s as an action movie mixing guns and martial arts and a ridiculous revenge plot and so much more. Scott Adkins stars as a former champion boxer stuck in a prison in Indochina in the late 1950s. When he is released, the people running the jail don't want him to leave and so he must figure out a way to get home. The full cast includes Marko Zaror, Juju Chan, Cung Le, Vladimir Kulich, Charles Fathy, Matthew Marsden, Sheena Chou, and the incomparable Keith David. I really don't know how to describe this, it has some cool action but it seriously looks like this was made 30 years ago and kept in a vault until now. Check it out. ›››

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First International Trailer for Ruben Östlund’s Acclaimed ‘The Square’

The Square Trailer

"As you all know, the hunting instinct is triggered by weakness. If you show fear, the animal will sense it." Yes!! I love this movie, it's so brilliant. The first international trailer has debuted for Ruben Östlund's latest film The Square, which won the top prize Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival this year. And it so deserves it. Claes Bang stars as the director of a contemporary art museum in Sweden, but when his phone is stolen it sets off a series of events that lead him to an existential crisis. There's so much crazy, amazing, genius stuff in this film and this trailer gives you a small hint at some of that - including the Justice song. This also stars Elisabeth Moss, Dominic West, Terry Notary (as the ape!), and Christopher Læssø. This was one of my favorite films of Cannes and I just cannot wait for the rest of the world to experience it. ›››

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