I’m not sure what to make of this trailer for Dark Shadows, but I’ll probably see it.
People are obsessed with The Hunger Games, and I’ve been informed that unlike Twilight, this literary series is actually worth the devotion. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that everyone is now all atwitter about the new Hunger Games trailer that just surfaced. I’m not 100% swayed by it, but I like the presence of Lenny Kravitz. Maybe I’ll read those books after all (must tackle The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo first though).
What do you think about the trailer? Are you into the Hunger Games?
This has me very, very excited.
Back in 1999, American Pie came around and rocked our world. It was edgy, hilarious, and sweet. Over the years, the “brand” has been sullied by bad word of mouth on its sequels and spinoffs, but now comes American Reunion, which promises to reunite the original cast (including Stifler’s mom, Nadia, and John Cho in his catchphrase-creating role of MILF Guy #2). Will the power of nostalgia (and Tara Reid) bring you back to the theaters? Or has this thing (and Tara Reid) run its course?
The Dark Knight Rises teaser apparently debuted this weekend ahead of the Harry Potter flick (no spoilers!), and in case you haven’t seen it yet in theaters, here it is on the Internets.
Somewhere, IndianJones has a boner.
Via The Daily What
Feel like having nightmares? Then by all means, check out the new trailer for Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, which is just about the most terrifying thing I’m willing to look at today.
Um, watch with the lights on.
I’d heard about Ryan Reynolds’ claustrophobic new thriller Buried and was rather put-off by it all, but now that I see the actual trailer, I can say that it truly looks horrifying. It’s pretty self-explanatory: Reynolds’ plays a man buried alive with ninety seconds minutes of oxygen, a lighter, and basically no way to get out. Squirming in full effect here, people. It’s a miracle I even got through the sixty seconds of this trailer.
If you’re feeling brave, take a looksie.
Via Socialite Life