Back in 1994, legendary B-Movie filmmaker Roger Corman produced one of Marvel’s first movies. It was a feature film adaptation of The Fantastic Four, which at the time never saw the light of day. It has since been bootlegged and leaked, and has gained a cult following over the years.
Director Marty Langford has created a documentary called DOOMED!: The Untold Story of Roger Corman’s “The Fantastic Four” which gives us the full behind the scenes story of the film’s troubled production and release.
The Raid was one hell of a martial arts/action movie, and now there’s going to be a sequel. Awesome.
Iron Sky looks like fun.
This looks like fun.
13 Assassins by Takashi Miike.
Takashi Miike’s films tend to be absolutely nuts, running on their own, very bizarre, logic. From the trailer this one appears to be almost normal, though still awesome.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
Mega-shark vs Crocosaur. Oh yes, the superpowered prehistoric shark is back, and now it’s battling Crocodile Dundee’s worst nightmare.
via this post on io9, which has a few other trailers worth watching.
No Strings Attached.
Friends With Benefits.
Did someone send the same script out twice for those two?
Alien Grey: Zone X. (I forced myself to watch the whole trailer. Now I must share the pain.)
The Wicker Tree.
A bonus trailer, I didn’t feel like holding on to this one until Sunday. Paul is the next Simon Pegg/Nick Frost film.
Of Dolls and Murder.
All Good Things.
We Are The Night.
The Way Back.
The Last Seven.
The Dark Lurking.
Burke and Hare.
Death Race 2.
The Girl Who Kicked The Hornets’ Nest.
The Warrior’s Way.
Shangdown: The Way Of The Spur.
Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer.
The King’s Speech.
Hunt to Kill.