Set to Blue Man Group music, 100 Years of Visual FX is an entertaining look into the history of movie special effects, from the Wizard of Oz and King Kong to Jurassic Park and Tron.
Sci-fi steampunk flick War of the Worlds: Goliath gets a proper trailer, and boy is it awesome: think ID4 meets anime with turreted robots, souped-up biplanes, and giant airships.
Those freaky robo-squid from The Matrix still give us nightmares, but they’ll be out later this year in wicked 1:16 Sentinel figures; each sports fully articulating tentacles and mandibles.
Available 9/22, Star Trek: TNG Movie Collection is a five-disc set with Picard and crew (Generations, First Contact, Insurrection and Nemesis) plus a fifth bonus disc; Blu-ray or DVD.
Go behind the scenes of Survival of the Dead, George A. Romero’s upcoming zombie movie which debuts 9/09 at TIFF; it’s 5 minutes of a master at work–dig the look at 5:02, George!
Put The Matrix, Resident Evil and Stephen King’s The Stand into a blender, set for puree and you’ve got Legion: still, whatever your beliefs, the 5 min trailer above kicks serious ass.
Jesse Eisenberg plays the straight man to Woody Harrelson in Zombieland Rules, a set of short but funny clips that hype the movie; remember the bowling balls and Bounty, folks.
Pixar’s Up floats into home theaters 11/10/09; the DVD version is a two-disc set while the four-disc Blu-ray also includes the DVD version; both will also include a digital copy.
The full trailer for Astro Boy is finally up and starts off the same as the teaser, but really kicks ass with new characters, humor and action; the animated movie hits theaters 10/23.
The first trailer for The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus is out, and it’s delicious: Terry Gilliam is in top form here, with surreal visuals and a cast that includes the late Heath Ledger.
Even if you don’t like football, Harvard Beats Yale is quirky and worthwhile; it retells the 1968 game that included then-lineman Tommy Lee Jones and future Dallas Cowboy Calvin Hill.
Watch all 94 min. of Second Skin above, for free; it’s a documentary with three stories about hardcore MMORPG gamers and the effects it has on their lives. Too much? View the trailer here.
We’re liking this new theatrical trailer for Where the Wild Things Are, if only because it better fleshes out the personalities of the various monsters: it’s definitely a motley, if funny crew.
It’s no Lord of the Rings, but this trailer for Peter Jackson’s adaptation of The Lovely Bones manages to be simultaneously down-to-earth and inspiring yet creepy and suspenseful.
On His Majesty’s Secret Service is exactly why we love HK cinema: few places have so thoroughly embraced slapstick humor that your comprehension of Cantonese purely optional.
Based on the acclaimed comic series of the same name, this Planet Hulk trailer shows the green meanie going from Hulk Smash to Hulk Savior; it’s due to arrive on DVD in February 2010.
Magic and martial arts cult classic Big Trouble in Little China comes to Blu-ray 8/4/09; Kurt Russell gets the HD 1080p treatment, 5.1 DTS HD sound, plus both extended and theatrical cuts.
Now that’s a neocortex: these detailed 1:6 Mars Attacks! figures come as 10″ Soldiers or 12″ Ambassadors with 13 articulation points, but keep ‘em away from birds and country music.
For $900 we’re disappointed it can’t blow up acid-spittin’ beasties, but this Hero Pulse Rifle can’t be beat for authenticity; it’s a replica of the guns used by the Marines in Aliens.
I Sell The Dead flips the whole undead genre on its head with two grave robbers making a profit off zombies and vampires; it stars Ron Perlman and LOTR’s Dominic Monaghan.
Woody, Buzz and the gang are set to become toys of a slightly brickier persuasion: LEGO will be releasing minifigs for Toy Story, Cars and other Disney franchises in January 2010.
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