Trailer Park: this week's best new film & game trailers, including War Dogs, Sully and BioShock

Grab the popcorn - here's what's heading to theatres, VOD and games consoles soon

Films, games and telly – it’s the lifeblood of the modern human being’s downtime. But no matter how much of it you gobble up, there’s always something bigger and better on the horizon.

That’s what Trailer Park’s all about. Every week, we scour the web to bring you the hottest new trailers and teasers in the world of entertainment. And as always, we’ve got some treats in store for you this week – particularly if you’re a horror movie fan, with both Don’t Breathe and Viral looking like novel twists on the genre.

Alongside those, there’s Tom Hanks in the real-life tale of an heroic airline pilot, a new series of chucklesome animated comedy BoJack Horseman, and the reveal of a BioShock best-of package.


The next film from Hangover trilogy director Todd Phillips is based on a true story, but fans of zany, bad taste comedies needn’t worry - at least if this new trailer is anything to go by.

Telling the tale of two upstart Miami Beach bros (Miles Teller and Jonah Hill) turned arms dealers during the Iraq War, this seems set to be wild, sensationalist ride (think The Wolf of Wall Street) rather than a sober retelling of the actual events.


A modern horror twist on Home Alone? There's no kids left behind for the holidays here - this time, it’s a bunch of youngsters doing the home invasion, while the victim who turns the tables on them is a blind old man.

Our burglarising protagonists, now trapped inside the house, must attempt to avoid detection by being really, really quiet. If tension is your thing, this could be one of the best horrors of 2016.


The BioShock trilogy (and its accompanying DLC) are widely regarded as some of the best first-person shooters in recent years, with each of the three games combining compelling, grown-up storytelling, brilliantly realised environments and tactical combat.

That makes the announcement of a remastered release of the entire trilogy in one single collection huge news – particularly for those who never experienced the games the first time around.


Netflix has so many original series these days, it can be hard to keep up. But one we suggest you do pay attention to is BoJack Horseman, the sharp animated comedy set in a parallel Hollywood where humans live alongside anthropomorphised animals.

Our titular hero, voiced brilliantly by Arrested Development’s Will Arnett, is one of the latter – a has-been TV star (and horse) with a drinking problem and his best years behind him.

Here’s your first look at the third season.


Another horror movie from the team behind Catfish and Paranormal Activity 3, Viral is, as the name suggests, about the outbreak of a deadly virus threatening to wipe out humanity.

Rather than take an expansive look at the crisis, it focuses on a pair of sisters trapped inside a house, and their attempts to stave off the infected from outside – and from within.