Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood is lookin’ mighty fine with this Southern Hospitality trailer; it’s a weapon-tastic extravaganza, from gatling guns and TNT to rapid-fire queued shooting.
While influenza of any type is a nasty little bugger, this visualization of H1N1/Swine Flu makes it look surprisingly beautiful, with mutated viruses exploding from respiratory epithelial cells.
Short but sweet, Dutch West’s Dinesta is a funny take on those annoying prescription ads; personally, we’d be up for taking any drugs whose side effects include seeing imaginary dinos.
They may wear Roman headgear, but Overlord II’s mischievous gremlins act more like rampaging Barbarians in this Minion Maximus trailer; hell, they even club a baby seal at 1:05.
Above: District 9 finally gets a teaser trailer; based on 2005 short film Alive in Joburg, it’s being produced by LOTR’s Peter Jackson and tells the story of alien refugees in South Africa.
Students have been doing a capella versions of Ben Folds’ songs for years, but they get official with University a Capella; it has 16 tracks from the country’s best university troupes.
SpaceShipTwo takes another step towards suborbital flight with this test flight for Virgin Galactic’s Eve; the WhiteKnightTwo mothership is a twin boom aircraft that will ferry spaceplanes.
Army of Two’s mysterious 40th Day Initiative gets its big reveal in this latest trailer; it’s a bit more serious than their past videos, with an ongoing series of terrorist attacks on Shanghai.
NSFW: Eclectic Method shows off their epic remixing skills with the Tarantino Mixtape; true to his films, it’s a brilliant mix of violence, bad behavior and quirky dialogue. Thanks, Jake!
Spore’s Galactic Adventures goes 50s sci-fi; its open universe model is a weakness to some, but the Space Captain trailer does a good job making it look like the best fun this side of Uranus.
Like a 2D version of Battlestar Galactica (they even share the same initials), Gratuitous Space Battles lets you customize spaceships and then send them off to giant battles to slug it out.
The plot for the G.I. Joe movie may yet be as silly as Serpentor, but this second trailer at least promises a whole crapload of Michael Bay-style awesomeness with action aplenty.
We never fancied Hugh the Broadway-type, but Wolverine: The Musical is pure gold, albeit way off-Broadway: “I’ll chop apart that redwood tree and slice the wings off of a bee…”
Showing off his ability to chain attacks together, the Dark Knight is essentially a samurai-meets-tank in this FreeFlow Trailer for Batman: Arkham Asylum; seriously, Bane, just pack it up.
Say what you will about the plot, but nothing short of Unicron is going to stop us from watching Transformers 2 after this latest trailer; giant swirling blades of death at 2:15 FTW.
Last augmented reality vid for now, we promise: Todd Vanderlin’s AR Scratching lets you scratch just about anything (not just records), instantly turning you into a pseudo disc jockey.
Dan Gurewitch of College Humor shows that Twitter in Real Life makes you sound like an obnoxious, self-centered douchebag; ironically, it’s a perfect fit for our inattentive ADD generation.
Ridiculously addictive, your goal in Crush the Castle is to use a trebuchet and increasingly destructive weapons to knock down castles and crush their hapless inhabitants.
Those of you sitting on the fence for inFamous should be converts after this Empire City trailer; it’s a delicious dystopia that invites you to Parkour, fly and fry to your heart’s delight.
Not yet seduced Judd Apatow? Get ready to be knocked up by College Humor’s In an Apatow World; it shows that even super bad losers need not fret about being 40 year old virgins.
Set in a city clearly modeled after Las Vegas, we had fun watching the various zombie-killing implements in this Checklist trailer for Dead Rising 2; moose heads and chainsaw bikes FTW!
On display at Cal Arts in Valencia 5/2-5/15, LB to SF is an art installation that uses a real bicycle to simulate a ride from Long Beach to San Francisco using a Wii controller and Blender.
Hordes of zombies, buckets of blood and increasingly dangerous, mutated enemies: just another day in Raccoon City with this new trailer for Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles.
This latest trailer for Spyborgs shows a significantly reworked game compared to the previous 2008 version; it’s still Saturday cartoon-esque, but much more focused and fun.
This Battle for Leyte Gulf trailer for Battlestations: Pacific reenacts the infamous kamikaze runs on the American carrier fleets during WWII and sends chills up our spine every time.
Greg Benson of Mediocre Films muscles his way in on a Free Hugs guy’s racket with his own $2 Deluxe Hugs; our favorite part is at 3:14: “So what can I get for, like, a 20?”
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