Holy Taco’s Honest Movie Posters cut through the marketing B.S. and truthfully retitle several famous flicks; ironically, we’d be more likely to watch these movies with Taco’s new titles.
We’re still saving our opinions for the upcoming movie, but these Watchmen Kubricks (available 6/09) are pretty awesome, film or no film; the Comedian and Rorschach are our faves.
Crank: High Voltage is the sequel to the original 2006 film; Jason Statham still stars as a hitman, this time with an artificial heart that he needs to periodically jump start to stay alive. Thanks, J!
Rated 20% by Rotten Tomatoes, Mutant Chronicles is a bad, bad movie; still, any film that squeezes in Ron Perlman, John Malkovich, and steampunk tech screams cult classic.
Take Predator and Critters and throw in some Viking warriors and you’ve either got the bomb of the summer or an insanely cool sci-fi flick; either way, the Outlander trailer above rocks.
Well known for apparel that shows up in Hollywood films, Belstaff’s slick heavyweight wax cotton Trialmaster Jacket is based on the same one worn by Will Smith in I Am Legend.
There’s nothing sophisticated about Kevin James’ brand of physical slapstick comedy, but we couldn’t help cracking up over this trailer for Paul Blart: Mall Cop; it’s showing in theaters now.
Guns and telekinesis can only mean some crazy fight sequences, and this extended clip from Push does “push” the envelope; it could use some finesse, but it’s intriguing nevertheless.
Directed by Justin Lin (who made the better of the F&F sequels), Fast & Furious has a new trailer up; it starts with fast-paced foot chase and finishes with Vin Diesel being… Vin Diesel.
Few things are more hated than Nazis, zombies and entitled coeds, but Dead Snow dares to combine them all into a bloody Sundance film; this has epic win splattered all over it.
Fresh from IMAGI (who brought us the Astro Boy and Gatchman teasers), T-28 is a resurrection of the Tetsujin manga; it hasn’t been picked up by a studio per se, but it sure looks promising.
Coming to theaters January 23, Hajirai Machine Girl is not for the faint of heart; only in Japan would a machine gun emerging from a bikini girl’s behind seem even remotely normal.
Called “a near-perfect war film” by Time Magazine, The Hurt Locker follows an Army bomb disposal unit in Iraq; first released in Italy in 2008, it’s due to hit US shores in Spring 2009.
A funky mix of Borat meets St. Elmo’s Fire meets The Office, The Zangief Chronicles is the only time we’ll admit looking forward to watching a hairy shirtless guy. Thanks, Tommy!
With Djimon Hounsou and Fantastic Four’s Chris Evans, Push is like the cinematic version of Heroes; it focuses on government-hired psychics divided into 10 types of powers.
There’s a whole mess of spoilers over at /Film today for Terminator: Salvation in the form of Playmates action figures; they ain’t pretty, but they give a peek at the various robot models.
It may be kid-oriented, but CJ7 is a must-see for fans of Hong Kong-style slapstick comedy; it’s coming to the US 3/14/08 and is directed by Stephen Chow of Kung Fu Hustle fame.
Sure, Race To Witch Mountain may be targeted for kids and filled with cringe-tastically predictable lines, but we’ll see it for the telekinetic aliens, Matrix-like effects and The Rock.
Reviews are mixed over this Japanese-dubbed trailer for Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li; nobody looks like any of the game’s characters, but Kristin Kreuk as Chun-Li = hot.
Freshly spotted over at Empire Magazine, above are the first three official pictures from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen; we’re having a hard time taking our eyes off Megan Fox.
This fan-made Thundercats trailer is surprisingly good; it’s amazing what some snazzy editing (check out that virtual grey face paint on Hollywood actors) and dubbed lines can do.
“What if Uwe Boll made Contra?” will send shivers down the spine of any old-school gamer, but the hilarious parody above is so spot-on we wish it was made into a full-length movie.
From the creators of Star Wreck, Iron Sky (currently in pre-production) has a deliciously b-movie style plot: Space Nazis from the far side of the moon invade the Earth in the year 2018.
We’re not sure whether the upcoming G.I. Joe movie will be second grader nirvana or the bomb of the century, but these new posters are at least well produced, with a smokin’ Baroness.
No shaky cam footage or whacked out angles here: the official X-Men Origins: Wolverine trailer is above, and while it’s light on FX, we’re liking the dark and foreboding tone.
Penned by Joss Whedon and starring NPH, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog is tough to describe but oh-so-funny; suffice to say, fans would be remiss not to pick up the DVD, available 12/19.
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