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"The Killer Inside Me" has apparently caused quite a shit storm over its intense brutality and all around good times overseas. Lucky for us Americans today we get to see a clip from the much anticipated Michael Winterbottom flick. A clip of three guys riding in a car talking about something completely out of context that confuses the hell out of me. But still it's got Casey Affleck in it and that guy's a dream boat.

Next weekend Martin Scorsese's "Shutter Island" hit theaters and I for one couldn't be more excited. A bunch of nut jobs trapped on an island with Leonardo DiCaprio playing a cop, Ohh La La! In preparation we've got two new clips for your viewing pleasure below. I would make one suggestion though, Leo should say "see" after every sentence. "I want to talk to all your wack jobs here, see". Sounds good right? You're welcome, Martin.

"Shutter Island" hits theaters next Friday, the 19th and will also be the topic of that week's podcast.

This weekend the gang will head out to their local theater to check out "Daybreakers" for the podcast. To get you ever more excited then you already are we have posted up a few new clips from the film. I don't want to jinx it but I'm liking what I see so far and let's face it, who can argue with Ethan Hawke's dreaminess. No one, that's who!

If you've seen the trailer for "The Fourth Kind" you know the whole gimmick, if you can call it that, behind the film is that it's suppose to be based on actual events. So it's no surprised that a five minute featurette has gone online exploring alien encounters. Weather or not you believe the little green men are out there the clip is still pretty interesting. Hell even Jimmy Carter thinks he saw an alien spacecraft, and he almost won a second term. Oh and if you aren’t into all that you at least get an explanation on what "The Fourth Kind" actually means.

A new clip from “The Descent: Part 2” has gone online and this one has a puppy. Everybody loves a puppy. There isn’t much to see here, but I have to admit it got me. Take a look below and you’ll see what I mean.

You can also hop over to the films website and check out a bunch of new stills that have been posted. For extra added spooky effect the creators of the site have made is almost impossible to navigate. It’s scary!

Adrian Brody and Sarah Polley star in the new film "Splice" about two genetic engineers and the creature they create when they splice together human and animal DNA. Written and directed by Vincenzo Natali of "Cube" fame, while the film looks kind of silly, I will totally give it my open mind in hopes it comes close to Cube's compact tension building mind-fuck.

If you didn't catch the premier of "Dexter" this past Sunday you missed out. Not only because we got two serious shots of John Lithgow's ass but also because things got pretty intense in the last ten minutes. I won't spoil it for those of you who didn't watch yet. Pretty awesome all around though.

To me “Jennifer’s Body” pretty much has one thing going for it, it’s got Megan Fox running around in skimpy outfits. Alright two, that Amanda Seyfried isn’t too shabby either. Perhaps I’m being a little bit of what the ladies would call a “pig” but after watching a clip from the film that was recently released I don’t think I’m too far off.

What you get is pretty much what you’d expect. Megan Fox prancing around and some little Green Day look alike getting all flustered. No blood, no gore and no fun. My expectations for the rest of the film aren’t very high.

We’re just a couple weeks away from the release of “Sorority Row” and I couldn’t be more excited. I didn’t go to a college with frats or anything so I feel like this is my one big chance to really get the full treatment. The clip below for example shows all the fun of a typical sorority party. Unprotected sex, STDs and roofies just to name a few. Really makes you think about going back to college doesn’t it?

So take a look and let us know what you think. Seems like a good time to me. “Sorority Row” will be in theaters on September 11th.

It’s been 25 years since Joe Dante directed “Gremlins” and warmed his way into our tiny little hearts. Since then he’s directed a ton of other films but nothing that really had the same impact as the 1984 critter invasion flick. Now with “The Hole”, he might just have done it again. At the very least it’s another film that’s going to be shot in 3D and should have some pretty amazing visuals.