The Holy Grail probably won’t bring eternal life to your paperclips, but pen and pencil robbers will think twice before pillaging your stash of Indiana Jones desktop accessories.
Trailer #2 for Fantastic Mr. Fox rocks; its improves on the quirky humor seen in Trailer #1, but most importantly we get to hear Bill Murray and George Clooney get into a growling match.
In theaters 4/30/2010, A Nightmare on Elm Street gets a teaser and then some: it’s quite a “hand”-ful with a peek at Freddy Krueger’s origins as well as his new makeup.
First Forrest Gump, then Kill Bill, and now 28 Days Later in One Minute: U of York may have been invaded by fast zombies, but they can barely keep up with the 60 second pace.
The always fantastic Gary Oldman makes his entrance in this new Book of Eli trailer, which reveals more of the plot and characters; the post-apocalyptic thriller hits theaters 1/15/10.
A favorite with zombies, slackers and cricket players, Shaun of the Dead goes Blu-ray; it includes deleted scenes, fictional TV footage, outtakes and Zomb-o-Meter, a pop-up trivia track.
This LEGO Temple of Doom shows archaeology’s hidden perks: Wild mine cart chase? Check. Deadly traps and flames? Check. Indiana Jones pissing off a temple priest? Run!
Think fast: you’re a Hollywood writer and you’ve run out of story ideas. Who do you call? No Signal is a rapid-fire series of clips for the most overused horror/thriller plot device ever.
Debuting today at the Alamo Drafthouse and opening in Russia 10/15, we don’t get a word of this First Squad anime trailer–but what we see rocks: WW2, zombie knights and Nazis.
In an era when trailers show too much, we appreciate this featurette for Pandorum; it focuses more on the space horror flick’s psychology as opposed to showing gory take after take.
The 33 logos on this Product Placement t-shirt should seem vaguely familiar: a tribute to fake companies seen in movies, Cyberdyne, OCP, and Initech are best left purely fictional.
Four friends, a remote island, advanced parasite research: yup, it’s another horror flick, but we’re loving this gory trailer for Growth; the movie was shot using a RED ONE camera.
It’s got adventure, it’s got comedy, it’s got giant hovercraft called The Spirit of Freedom: we promise this Escape from Metro City clip for Astro Boy will rock your rocket-powered socks.
This new Percy Jackson & the Olympians trailer is the teaser with 50 extra seconds, but they’re important: courtesy a bearded Pierce Brosnan, it drops several hints about the backstory.
Due out 9/25/09 at select locations, Paranormal Activity has been getting rave reviews on horror blogs and is touted as the next Blair Witch Project; think shaky-cam scares at home.
Looking as complicated as a New York subway map, this Best Movies Of All Time Map by David Honnorat uses IMDb’s Top 250 films of all time and diagrams them along genre lines.
Available 9/29, Texas Chainsaw Massacre on Blu-ray comes with double the gore in a 2-disc set that includes an alternate opening and ending and deleted severed parts scenes.
Based on a long-running character from pulp fiction, Solomon Kane is the first in a trilogy of adventure/fantasy movies about a cursed 16th century soldier and his battles against evil.
There’s no dialog in this trailer for Confucius, but the visuals look absolutely epic; the biopic about the famed Chinese philosopher stars Chow Yun-Fat and hits theaters Spring 2010.
Starring Woody Harrelson, The Defendor follows a regular Joe who believes he’s a superhero and his attempts to bring down Captain Industry, a drug and weapons dealer.
1968’s Night of the Living Dead gets its own 12″ Deluxe Collector’s Edition figures; included is a sweet pre- and post-Zombie Bill Heinzman with interchangeable heads and arms.
We don’t understand a lick of Japanese, but anime fans should be excited over this CGI-laden Space Cruiser Yamato trailer; due out 12/12 in Japan, it’s been 26 years since the last film.
Premiering in select locations starting 10/7, Yes Men Fix The World is our kind of movie: the Yes Men are pranksters that inject honesty into political and business spin machines.
Available 10/27/09: The Plan runs two hours and gives us a Cylon perspective on the attempted genocide of humanity in Battlestar Galactica. It’ll also air on Syfy in November 2009.
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