Seen multiple times in Terminator: Salvation, Hot Toys ups the ante with a heavily detailed Rubber Skin version of the T-600, preorders begin 7/2 at Sideshow. Thanks, RO!
Strange casting decisions aside, we’re cautiously optimistic over this first (relatively short) trailer for M. Night Shymalan’s live-action version of The Last Airbender; thanks, Brian!
With comparisons to Being John Malkovich, Cold Souls is definitely not for everyone; starring Paul Giamatti as…Paul Giamatti, this trailer is part sci-fi, part neurotic introspection.
Inglourious Basterds gets a second trailer which is even more irreverent than the first, albeit with some tidbits on the plot: it’s essentially an amped up version of Tom Cruise’s Valkyrie.
With only a few days before it shows in theaters, this latest clip from Transformers 2 shows Sam turning his kitchen into a robotic version of Gremlins; the film comes out 6/24.
This 1:6 Godfather Figure is an offer we can’t refuse: a Sideshow exclusive, it’s a 12″ replica of Don Vito Corleone (played by Marlon Brando) and includes his chair, cat and glasses.
Starring Woody Harrelson, this trailer for Zombieland looks freakin’ awesome; it’s an undead comedy that mixes Shaun of the Dead’s irreverent humor with Fanboys’ roadtrip plot.
Criticize 2012′s plot all you want, because we don’t care: this new trailer makes destroying the world such an utterly gorgeous affair that we’re hoping the Mayans were right.
Atom.com pokes fun at this summer’s wave of movies based on 80s toons with Toy Movies; Care Bears, My Little Pony and The Smurfs all go Hollywood in a very bad way.
Just one look at this Futuristic Movie Timeline and we realize that real-world 2009 is seriously lagging: we should have gone back to the future (twice) with robot cops and electric sheep.
The Schwartz has been with us ever since Mel Brook’s Star Wars spoof, Spaceballs came out in 1987; it finally hits ludicrous speed with a 2-disc Blu-ray version in DTS-HD 5.1.
25 years after the seminal slime-fightin’ flick debuted in movie theaters; Ghostbusters Blu-ray is a high-def, 1080p upgrade that comes out June 16th with Dolby TrueHD 5.1 sound.
Coming to Amazon 7/21, Watchmen will be getting a special Nite Owl Blu-ray Edition; it’s a 3-disc set in a case shaped like Nite Owl’s ship (with working lights) on a pedestal.
It’s not as artsy as the first trailer, but this second trailer for Storm Warriors makes up for it with dozens of fight scenes, plenty of dialog (in Cantonese) and swarms of flying swords.
While this teaser yields no surprises (it’s just Buzz going to infinity and beyond with signage), we’re looking forward to seeing Woody and gang again for Toy Story 3, due out 6/18/10.
This second trailer for Pandorum adds quite a bit more dialog, but not enough to form a cogent story; suffice it to say, this is looking more and more like Alien meets Resident Evil.
Hitler’s bunker scene in Downfall has been fodder for countless spoofs, but the studio is now issuing takedown notices; the response from YouTubers: a sharply-worded DMCA parody.
100 Best Movie Lines in 200 Seconds is a grand Hollywood tour, with clips from comedy, sci-fi, drama and more; Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jack Nicholson are limelight hogs.
First previewed in 2007, 77 (named after Star Wars’ 5-25-77 release date) has a revamped trailer out; it’s a comedy/drama about a sci-fi geek who dreams of being a filmmaker.
Like a cinematic version of Where’s Waldo, The Cryptic Canvas challenges you to ID 50 movies from the past two decades using clues; it’s in celebration of Empire Online’s 20th birthday.
Okay, so the movie was a critical flop and the game even worse, but Terminator Salvation: The Machinima Series looks promising; it follows Blair Williams through six original episodes.
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