We’ve already blown a good half hour at Starring the Computer, with many more to come: the website’s goal is to catalog and identify every appearance of a computer in movies.
Sherlock Homes may be set in Victorian London, but with a wise-cracking Robert Downey, Jr., explosions aplenty and Jude Law as Watson, this trailer is thoroughly 21st century.
The movie’s not out yet, but Belstaff’s Inglourious Basterds Lt. Coat (worn by Brad Pitt in the movie) sports a WW2 rugged look with Antique 10 wax cotton and a sheepskin shawl collar.
In the Loop brings The Office’s style of comedy to international politics, specifically satirizing the Iraq war with bumbling government officials and endless one liners; it hits theaters 7/24.
The Road finally gets a trailer, and just like the book it’s a doozie: the post-apocalyptic story seems overly focused on action, but Viggo Mortensen’s performance looks like a winner.
Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus is a campy, low-budget horror flick with harbinger of hammy acting Lorenzo Lamas; we were sold the moment the shark ate the Golden Gate Bridge.
Basically a 21st century version of Running Man, Gamer is a near future film about gamers who control death row inmates in combat; cheesy or cult classic? We’ll find out 9/4.
The extended trailer for Terminator: Salvation features new dialogue, mostly between Sam Worthington and Anton Yelchin; it also includes Christian Bale’s familiar running monologue.
Just about every character Bill Murray has ever played, all on one shirt: Being Bill Murray depicts a party that is at the same time pure awesome and scary. Still, what about Bob?
This set of eight 2″ Where The Wild Things Are Kubrick figures are surprisingly good and will be out 10/09; the boy looks a bit off, but his 12″ RAH (Real Action Hero) is pretty slick.
Check your Tommy Guns, because if you liked the first Public Enemies trailer, this second trailer definitely has our hopes up for the best bank robber movie to come out in years.
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.
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!
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…”
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.
Handy for those occasions the Great Evil shows up for dinner, these Fifth Element Stones come from the awesome 1997 sci-fi film; unfortunately, Milla Jovovich is not included.
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.
Now available on DVD and as a digital download, the pilot episode for Caprica is set 58 years before the events of Battlestar Galactica; critics are giving it above average reviews.
This latest trailer for Disney’s G-Force feels almost like a legitimate spy movie, with plenty of covert gadgets and Underworld’s Bill Nighy as arch villain; that is, until the fart jokes start.
With a gun-toting robo-lizard, a Mad Max-style car chase and hammy acting, The Diamonds of Metro Valley is so bad we have to watch it; the film will be completed in a few months.
Rob Zombie continues his reboot of the Halloween franchise with H2: Halloween 2; hardcore fans of the original may blanch at this trailer, but we’ll be keeping our kitchen knives sharpened.
The sounds of screaming tweens have kept us from seeing Twilight, but Twilight with Cheeseburgers is one flick we might just see with overdramatic acting, music and beef patties.
NSFW x a billion: One-Eyed Monster stars porn star Ron Jeremy in a horror/comedy flick about a certain famous “member”; folks, do not watch this anywhere near children.
We’ve lost track of all the Harry Potter: Half-Blood Prince trailers, but any true-blue Muggle would be remiss to skip this latest one: it’s inspiring, suspenseful and action-packed.
Dark Maze Studios is nuts: they’re releasing a retro-packaged DVD on 4/24 of Rampage, a 23 year-old Turkish rip-off of Rambo with laughable sound effects and really bad hair.
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