The trailer for Alice in Wonderland movie is up (more or less):it’s delightfully twisted in the way only Tim Burton can twist movies, made even better with Johnny Depp as the lead.
Running over two minutes, this Despicable Me teaser is almost a trailer–but little of the plot is actually revealed; due out 7/9/10, it’s about a supervillain who will be voiced by Steve Carell.
CollegeHumor’s Ice Age in 4D starts off sickeningly saccharine, but quickly gets our attention with time travel, parallel universes, and hordes of cloned, tentacled mutant children.
Michael Bay and Roland Emmerich, eat your heart out: the Science Fiction Super Trailer turns Terminator, Star Wars, Aliens, Star Trek and Transformers into an uber geekfest.
We’re feeling like lucky punks with the Dirty Harry Ultimate Collector’s Edition; you’ll get Dirty Harry, Magnum Force, The Enforcer, Sudden Impact and The Dead Pool on Blu-ray.
It’s almost more movie mayhem that we can handle: Tim Doyle’s Crazy 4 Cult 3-D poster is packed with about 40 weapons from cult movies with varying levels of obscurity.
Directed by Chris Columbus of Harry Potter fame, Percy Jackson and the Olympians shows promise in this teaser; the movie is about the half-human, half-Greek god son of Poseidon.
Who we gonna call? Potentially you: Ecto 1, the 1959 Cadillac ambulance used for Ghostbusters by Universal Studios, is being sold on eBay–minus the proton packs, of course.
Evangelion 1.0 finally makes it to the US July 17th at 77 theaters; it’s part of a four-movie arc that rebuilds the original anime with notably improved animation and faster-pacing.
For All Mankind, Al Reinert’s 1989 documentary on the Apollo moon landings, comes to Blu-ray 7/14; it’s an HD digital transfer with DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, NASA liftoff footage.
Hitting theaters nationwide 7/24, the first eight minutes of Hurt Locker are available above to whet moviegoer appetites; gritty and intense, it’s the story of a bomb disposal unit in Iraq.
The full trailer for District 9 is finally out, and it’s whopper: there’s much more action than we expected, with exosuits and explosions aplenty–hopefully, without sacrificing the plot.
Roland Emmerich is the world’s greatest disaster movie pornographer, which is why 2012: It’s a Disaster! has us in stitches; still, it begs the question: what will Roland destroy next?
If you’ve ever wondered why T-800 Terminators look like Arnold, this deleted scene from Terminator 3 explains it all; it’s a terrible scene that needed to be cut, but still hilarious.
Carriers extends the zombie virus’ incubation period enough to make it interesting: in theaters 9/4/09, the premise is the living are even more dangerous than the undead. Thanks, Mark!
Ridley Scott’s epic Gladiator finally goes Blu-ray 9/1/09; you’ll get a two-disc set with the original theatrical and extended versions in 1080p HD and 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio.
If you’re American you’re probably gorging yourself into a stupor this 4th of July, just like this new Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs trailer; this version is even more epic than the first.
Trailer #2 for Planet 51 isn’t earth-shattering, but improves on the first trailer by squeezing in more character exposition, examples of 50s-style Americana and cutesy robot sequences.
Matt Damon is in top form in The Informant, based on the story of a real-life whistle blower; it’s mixes the best parts of his Oceans character with genuine Grade A social dysfunction.
NSFW: Like Austin Powers meets Ghost in the Shell meets every B-horror flick ever created, Robo-Geisha is so over-the-top in terms of ways to die it’s almost ensured a cult following.
It’s not the first comedy about lying, but The Invention Of Lying wins points for a better premise and cast: it’s set in a world where nobody lies–at least, until Ricky Gervais discovers how.
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