It seems like only yesterday that we got the first glimpse of the Goosebumps movie. Oh wait. It was only yesterday.
In the wake of the media avalanche that is San Diego Comic Con, Sony Pictures maybe wanted to get ahead of the curve with the release of the first poster.
And only the day after, we received the first trailer for the movie based on the long-running series of young adult/children's horror books. If you're anywhere between the ages of 12 and 35, you probably have some experience reading these books to the point of fright.
And now you'll be able to watch a movie about it in October! The future!
In this take on the book series that started in 1992, Jack Black plays the author R.L. Stine as he's tasked with rounding up his creations.
Well, they both have glasses.
The official Twitter account of the movie just dropped a new, official trailer on the hot heels of the other one.
Welcome to National Goosebumps Day, apparently.
You thought the reign of Paranormal Activity movies and their found footage style was over, huh?
Not only are you wrong, but you are set for a scare.
Get ready for some ghosts, some shaky cams and some regular questions about why they are still holding the camera when they need to be burning down the house and putting their creepy daughter up for adoption.
Also, someone says there's a prophecy.
The extended Spectre trailer for Daniel Craig's fourth reprisal of 007 has hit and it looks every bit as vague as the title suggests.
James Bond apparently has a secret. Who saw that coming??
With Skyfall vaulting back the franchise after its Quantum of Solace low, many are hoping for the impossible — two good Bond films in a row.
But even if it stinks, we'll always have dat turtleneck:
Spectre will sneak into theaters Nov. 6.
"Nothing good is safe while Snow's alive" except for this trailer; it's incredible.
There are an abundance of feelings:
And BRIENNE OF TARTH, y'all! (She's playing Commander Lyme):
And how could we forget, epic special effects:
Can you believe we have to wait until November to see Katniss in action again? I can hardly wait!
Based off the best-selling book of the same name (but already seeming to have way more depth), The Martian tells of the harrowing survival of an astronaut left behind on a mission to Mars.
This is definitely one of those trailers that gives you basically the full movie in the span of three minutes, so if you have an allergy to spoilers, beware.
Also, ever since we posted this article about a prevalent sound in new trailers, it's all we can here. It happens like three times in this one.