Blu-ray gets just a bit bluer on 4/22/10 with the release of Avatar; it’ll be available as a two-disc Blu-ray and DVD combo, with an “ultimate” edition with extras coming in November.
If you liked last week’s teaser, watch the full trailer for Predators above; the reboot of the franchise spreads the death amongst multiple characters as opposed to focusing on just one.
The Men Who Stare at Goats baa-rges its way onto DVD and Blu-ray 3/23/10; both versions include deleted scenes, audio commentaries, and a featurette of the real First Earth Battalion.
Arnold won’t be back for Predators, the long-overdue sequel for the franchise, but catch a sneak peak of the movie here; in theaters 7/10/10, it introduces new super-Predators.
In select theaters 3/12/10: Severe Clear puts you on the front lines with Marines in the 2003 Iraq War; it’s real video footage shot and narrated by First Lieutenant Mike Scotti.
It’s not quite as cool as the suit itself, but the Iron Man FX Arc Reactor is arguably its most coveted part: the full-sized movie replica lights up and is removable from its base.
Robin Hood’s lengthy third trailer is a movie in its own right; it’s packed with with plenty of dialog and plot exposition yet still delivers on action, robs from the rich, and gives to the poor.
No word on a U.S. release, but this kick-ass trailer for Suck doesn’t suck: the rock-and-roll vampire comedy stars Rob Stefaniuk with Alice Cooper, Iggy Pop, and Malcolm McDowell.
It’s considered a teaser, but this second trailer for Tron Legacy is definitely in like Flynn: a bit (8-bits, to be exact) more plot exposition as Sam Flynn searches for his MIA father Kevin.
Available on Blu-ray/DVD 4/13/10: it’ll knock your IQ down a rung with its low-brow humor, but The Slammin’ Salmon (starring Duncan Hines) is a cult comedy hit served on a platter.
We could say something pithy about Trailer For Every Oscar-Winning Movie Ever Made, but it’s so meta we’ll forever be wondering if we’re just another protagonist in a clichÃ©d plotline.
The second Iron Man 2 trailer is up and runs over 2 minutes; no surprises here in terms of awesomeness (it is), but we’ll be “brief” and say that it’s worth watching all the way to the end.
We normally wouldn’t give a hoot about CG-animated owls if it weren’t for Legend of the Guardians’ epic pedigree; in theaters 9/24/10, it’s directed by Zack Snyder of 300 fame.
You needn’t be a history buff to get the gist of The Warlords (in theaters 4/2/10); this featurette with director Peter Chan reveals that it’s essentially a story about three blood brothers.
Missed out on WETA’s 1:1 scale District 9 Arc Generator? This full-size, prawn-friendly Gas Projector gun is also an exact replica from the movie; it’s limited to 200 and made from fiberglass.
Prince of Persia gets a second full-length trailer; running over two minutes, this one is heavily loaded with action and includes our first substantive look at dagger-induced time travel.
Its Oscars time again, and you know what that means: The Fine Brothers dish out 50 Movie Spoilers for 2009 with everything from Up to Up in the Air; in case we weren’t clear: SPOILERS.
NSFW trailer: John Woo’s bullets and blood masterpiece, The Killer, arrives on Blu-ray 3/30/10; starring a much younger Chow Yun-Fat, the 1989 classic is a must for HK cinema fans.
Dedicated to actors who occupy the no-man’s land between being fame and obscurity, That Guy! is a collection of guys that you always see in movies but can’t name … you know, that guy!
Save the world one brick at a time with The Adventures of Clutch Powers: LEGO’s first full-length film is geared towards kids, but if they’re anything like the games consider us sold.
NSFW: the teaser introduced us to Freddy’s past, but A Nightmare on Elm Street gets dicey (and slicey) for suburban teenagers in the present in this second full-length trailer.
We didn’t realize just how incredible The Incredibles was until we watched this Action Montage; even more incredible: Pixar managed to squeeze in a plot, and a good one at that.
It’s a must buy die for horror fans: the original Nightmare on Elm Street arrives on Blu-ray 4/6/10 and includes Ready Freddy Focus Points, alt. endings, featurettes, and commentaries.
If you’ve run out of Wonderflonium, fear not: Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog arrives on Blu-ray 5/25/10; it’ll include audio commentary, a making-of documentary, and bonus footage.
It’s still running in some theaters, but buying Sherlock Holmes on Blu-ray (3/30/10) is elementary, my dear Watson: it includes the Maximum Movie Mode with director Guy Ritchie.
Totally NSFW: this third Red Band trailer for Kick-Ass lays it on thick with profanity and violence from the get-go; it focuses on the eponymous character but also rehashes previous trailers.
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