As much as we like the T-600 endoskeletons, we actually prefer this 1:6 scale John Connor figure; the details are smokin’, from the tactical body harness to the M4A1 with sight.
Blood: The Last Vampire has it all: sword-wielding chicks, asian-style fight scenes, and vampires; a live-action anime adaptation from the producers of Crouching Tiger, it’s due this year.
In Yatterman, a boy builds a robot dog which shoots iron pellets out of its nose, eats bone-shaped powerups, and unleashes mini robots that dismantle enemies. Oh so Japanese, and oh-so cool.
Sam Raimi returns to his horror roots with Drag Me To Hell; the plot is quirky, yet timely: it’s about a woman who places a curse on a loan officer for refusing to extend her mortgage.
Consider us officially sprung for Disney/Pixar’s Up: this theatrical trailer is not only double the length of the previous one but introduces several new characters (a villain!) and settings.
Empty out your bank account like it’s Judgment Day: the Terminator 2 Complete Collector’s Set (available 5/19) nets you six discs including Blu-ray and a 14″ T-800 Endoskull bust.
NSFW: we’ve always wondered why Arnie had to transport in his birthday suit, and this video by CollegeHumor explains why; never, ever put fashion designers in charge of time travel.
If you’ve got mild ADD like we do, this one-minute, single-take rendition of Forrest Gump is perfect; it was shot by the U. of York Filmmaking Society for the One Minute Film Festival.
Two decades later and on the flipside of the last great gangland flick, Untouchables, Public Enemies is based on real-life bank robber Dillinger and stars Johnny Depp and Christian Bale.
Easily the best X-Men Origins: Wolverine trailer yet, there’s quite a bit more to sink our teeth/retractable claws into, with more plot exposition and tons of X-Men character reveals.
Above is the second full-length Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince trailer; we agree with VideoETA in that it takes on a darker (but more accurate) tone than previous trailers.
Previously debuted at WonderCon (and today for Watchmen), the latest Trek trailer is fantastic; it lends real gravitas to the movie, elevating it from intergalactic joyride to a bonafide “star trek.”
Being stuck in a space with a crazed crew isn’t a fresh sci-fi plot line, but this trailer for Pandorum (starring Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster) is at least tantalizing; it’s due out September.
From the same studio that brought us Full Metal Alchemist, Kurau Phantom Memory’s 24 episodes are available as a DVD box set; you’ll get both English and Japanese audio plus subtitles.
Hype for the upcoming Watchmen film is hitting a fever pitch, but we couldn’t resist sharing this tongue-in-cheek t-shirt by Rocky Davies; it’s screenprinted on an American Apparel tee.
Easily the best trailer yet for Terminator: Salvation, enough juicy details are revealed that it borders on spoiler territory; appropriately, it emphasizes the human side of the story.
The Physics of Superheroes author and professor James Kakalios explains the science behind Watchmen’s Dr. Manhattan above; it’s “not strictly correct… but cool nonetheless.”
Katsuhiro Otomo’s legendary anime film is finally going 1080p HD: Akira is now available in Blu-ray and includes English and Japanese audio in Dolby TrueHD plus subtitles.
Whatever your politics, we like that Sundance winner Sleep Dealer takes risks with modern issues; it presents them in a dystopic thriller that mixes Blade Runner with A Brave New World.
Watchmen is just around the corner, but that doesn’t mean we can’t whet our appetites with a clip or two; “Rescue” shows Nite Owl and Silk Spectre saving kids from a burning building.
If you liked Fanboys, get to know real Star Wars fans (and detractors) in The People vs. George Lucas, a documentary due out in 2010 which takes a grand tour of the Republic franchise.
Take the wicked visuals of 300, place them in ancient China and you’ll get The Storm Warriors, a martial arts/fantasy flick that should be pure heaven for fans of Hong Kong cinema.
The humans are the bad guys in Battle for Terra, an animated flick due out May 1st that pits us against some uber cutesy aliens; the plot is a mashup of Titan A.E., Wall-E and A Bug’s Life.
Night at the Museum 2 may not be sophisticated comedy, but there’s just something about historical figures, dinosaurs and biplanes lose in the Smithsonian that makes us grin ear to ear.
Our favorite cinematic spoilsports, The Fine Brothers, return for an encore performance: Movie Spoilers: Oscar Edition is an Academy Award-worthy followup to 100 Movie Spoilers.
On Blu-ray 5/12, Star Trek: The Original Motion Picture Collection includes the six films from The Original Series, as well as a roundtable chat with Shatner, Nimoy, Stewart and Frakes.
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