CinePile: The best trailers from San Diego Comic-Con

CinePile: The best trailers from San Diego Comic-Con

There's been a whole lot of trailer goodness coming out of San Diego this week.

Briefly for the un-initiated, San Diego Comic-Con is basically a huge convention to get movie nerds more excited about movies they were already excited about in the first place with fresh new trailers for said movies. While they generally don't make or break films (the audience that attends generally already knows if they're seeing Batman v Superman without having Ben Affleck tell them it's gonna be a good movie, for instance), it's still a rad opportunity to get a first really good look at movies that are coming out (sometimes not for ages). With that in mind, here's a selection of trailers that got us pretty excited about movies and TV shows that we were probably already going to watch anyway, but none-the-less are pretty damn cool:

Also we're not gonna bother with the shitty, leaked trailers becuase they are shitty and leaked, if you wanna find those a quick Google search will do the same. Although having watched the first trailer below in both formats, we'd recommend waiting for the high quality version to be released.

SUICIDE SQUAD - This looks dark and grimey and weird and awesome.

BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE - This looks dark and a bit less grimey and a bit less weird but still pretty awesome.

ASH VS EVIL DEAD - This looks like so much gory fun in versus The Walking Dead being so fucking depressing. If you haven't watched the original trilogy you really should.

FEAR THE WALKING DEAD - Honestlly I checked out of Walking Dead ages ago, there's enough depressing shit in the world to watch a fictional account of even more depressing shit. That said, this looks kinda cool. Half the fun of zombie apocalypses is watching society collapse (instead of moping around after society's collapse). So I'll probably give this 2.5 seasons to not become the same as its depressing sibling show.

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Now let's see some high-def versions of the Deadpool and X-Men Apocalypse trailers, eh?

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