Trailers

I'm in for everything these days. Another "Resident Evil" film? Sure, why not. Some crappy movie on Netflix with two stars? What the hell, I have an hour and a half to kill. It's Halloween season and I say the more the merrier.

Hard to argue against a poster design like that (click to enhance). "Hypothermia" comes out on DVD October 2nd.

I shudder at the thought of having to watch another possession / demon / ghost movie this year, but then a film like "Sinister" comes along with its spooky trailers and makes me doubt myself.

"Branded" is a classic case of the marketing department refusing to get out of the way of its material. Here you have what looks like an intensely weird film skewering consumer culture and the mind-control game of advertising. Think "Wall-E" meets "They Live" (no, seriously).

With recent rumbling's that Danielle Harris' directorial debut "Among Friends" may be starting to see the light of day, I thought we'd take a look at the teaser trailer that was released. The film, which is described as a horror movie, with dark comedy elements, about a dinner party gone wrong.

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, get your hate machine's running! It's time to comment on the trailer for Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows"!

I've seen this movie probably 50 times, the old "rednecks hunt innocent city folk in the woods" thing, but never from a German production company.

I have literally wanted this to happen at every wedding I've ever been to. Sid Haig usually isn't there, but I agree with the filmmakers that it makes the fantasy even better. "Devil in My Ride" is hitting the festival circuit this summer.

The trailer for "Piranha 3DD" is finally here and I can't say there's any surprises in it but there's also everything you could possibly want. Lots of boobs, blood and over the top 3D are here for your viewing pleasure.

Not sure if the fact that this is British is enough to make up for the fact that I've seen this movie a few dozen times by other names. Still, the trailer had me by the end. No solid release info yet but "Inbred" is a current selection at the UK's annual Fright Fest.