‘Avengers: Infinity War‘. This second trailer for Avengers: Infinity War offers a pretty simple and succinct explanation for who Thanos is, what he is trying to do and why he is to be feared.
Avengers: Infinity War marks the first Hollywood film to be shot entirely with IMAX cameras. Exclusively in IMAX theatres, Avengers: Infinity War will be presented in an expanded IMAX 1.9:1 aspect ratio – offering moviegoers up to 26% more of the image than standard theatres for a truly immersive experience.
Welcome to the retro future, where the technology is amazing but always breaks and misfires. Black Future ’88 is a brutal cyberpunk roguelike where players must climb a procedural tower to kill its insane owner. Collect massively overpowered buffs and 100+ weapons to combat overwhelming enemies, and eventually die… horribly. You must balance your own curse stat and choose what you should leave behind as the tower will strengthen itself with items left on the ground. Original soundtrack by Tremor Low.
Climb a procedural tower in an alternate version of 1988 to kill its insane owner. Then do it again, and again until it kills you. A constantly evolving world, influenced by other players. Manage your own curse level and weapons, carefully deciding what you must take and what you must not.
– A continuous procedural world built from 6 unique environments
– 8 unlockable characters
– 100+ weapons
– 25 unique buffs
– Online and local co-op
– Full controller support
– Achievements and Steam trading cards
– Original analog synth soundtrack
– Hard: It’s a tower that hates you
– Infinite looping (NG+, NG++, …)
– Branching paths and alternate ‘win’ conditions
– Goth-show grade fog machines and lighting
– FULL Steam support (Steam controller, SteamOS)
– Mac/ Linux/ Win fully supported
An animated telling of Kobe Bryant’s poem ‘Dear Basketball’.
On November 29, 2015 Kobe Bryant penned a letter in the Players’ Tribune announcing his retirement from basketball at the end of that season. This film is the visualization of that letter, narrated by Kobe, scored by John Williams and animated by Glen Keane.
Legion, based on the Marvel Comics by Chris Claremont and Bill Sienkiewicz, is the story of David Haller (Dan Stevens) – a troubled young man who may be more than human.
Diagnosed as schizophrenic as a child, David has been in and out of psychiatric hospitals for years. Now in his early 30s and institutionalized once again, David loses himself in the rhythm of the structured regimen of life in the hospital: breakfast, lunch, dinner, therapy, medications, sleep. David spends the rest of his time in companionable silence alongside his chatterbox friend Lenny (Aubrey Plaza), a fellow patient whose life-long drug and alcohol addiction has done nothing to quell her boundless optimism that her luck is about to change. The pleasant numbness of David’s routine is completely upended with the arrival of a beautiful and troubled new patient named Syd (Rachel Keller). Inexplicably drawn to one another, David and Syd share a startling encounter, after which he must confront the shocking possibility that the voices he hears and the visions he sees are the result of him being a mutant.