Trailers of the Week: Best new releases – 20th February

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Crimson Peak

Although the trailer for Crimson Peak came out last week, it came too late for us to spotlight it.

By the looks of it, Guillermo Del Toro's revving up his Gothic engine with some arresting imagery - and Tom Hiddleston's cheeks are looking especially sharp…

Crimson Peak is released on 16th October 2015

Far From the Madding Crowd

Thomas Hardy's Far From the Madding Crowd gets another adaptation. Set in Victorian England, Bathsheba (Carey Mulligan) is the subject of three different suitors but which one will she choose?

The cast and director make this one worth keeping an out for.

Far From the Madding Crowd is released on 1st March 2015

Orphan Black Series 3

Calling all clones! Despite there being no UK release date for the third series, America/Canada will get Orphan Black on the 18th of April. We hope the UK release is not too long after.

This teaser is less a trailer and more a scene from the premiere and after the last series' finale we're getting quite impatient. Where's Helena?!

Buy Orphan Black Series One on Blu-ray at Amazon

Björk 'Black Lake'

Björk's latest album Vulnicura is set for release next month but, in the meantime, the Museum of Modern Arts (MoMA) will have an exhibit spanning the length of the Icelandic singer's career. And this video is one part of it.

Buy Björk Vulnicura on CD at Amazon


The latest PS4 exclusive from the From Software company - makers of Demon Souls and Dark Souls – is one that we're highly anticipating.

This trailer focuses on the story of Bloodborne, but it looks like we'll probably be too terrified to notice the story when it comes to the final game...

Buy Bloodborne on the PlayStation 4 at Amazon

Kob began his career at What Hi-Fi?, starting in the dusty stockroom before rising up the ranks to join the editorial and production team as the Buyer’s Guide editor. Experienced in both magazine and online publishing, he now runs the TV & audio section at Trusted Reviews where he keeps a beady eye on all the latest comings and goings in the hi-fi and home cinema market.