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Crime stories will always fascinate the public. They're the ultimate guilty pleasure. Hitmen, serial killers, robbers and corrupt politicians are the type of people we are supposed to hate, and yet we find ourselves captivated by their actions.
The first Red didn't surpass expectations, but it was a pretty fun excuse to see Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, and Helen Mirren blow stuff up. Apparently that's enough for a sequel (I'm not complaining), and the trio are back alongside Mary-Louise Parker, as well as appearances by Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, David Thewlis, and Byung-hun Lee. If nothing else, an already impressive cast just got... impressiver.
This trailer is John Tucker Must Die on steroids with three shots of Dexter. I applaud Danielle Panabaker for being in a movie that isn’t Disney or made-for-TV. The last film I think we all remember her from was Sky High, where she starred as Plant Girl. A lot can change in seven years.
Matt and Moo didn't like V/H/S, the found-footage horror anthology from last year. That's okay though, because Matt and Moo don't like things that are good. The sequel, S-V/H/S, is having its world premiere later this week at Sundance, and EW has nabbed the first trailer.
Christopher Walken has been in some weird movies, but this one takes the cake. All I know from this trailer is Walken looks homeless, and some criminals are trying to clone Jesus. With that in mind, please give me this movie now please.
Gangster Squad hits theaters today, and reception has been very mixed. If you're still making up your mind on whether or not to brave the cold to see this one in theaters, maybe this new, and final, trailer will make the difference. Give it a watch below.
In the strong tradition of movies like First Blood Part II and I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, the second and probably not final Last Exorcism is boldly going where no title should. Unfortunate titling aside, the new film is a direct continuation of the first, minus the found footage style and general mystery as to whether or not anything supernatural is actually going on.
When we were children, we all read or listened to fairy tales. “Hansel and Gretel” taught us that witches are evil. Hollywood has decided to take that tale and spin it into a wicked horror\action flick. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters stars Jeremy Renner as Hansel and Gemma Arterton as his sister, Gretel.
In a bit of a surprise reveal, a brand spankin' new trailer for Pacific Rim was shown off earlier today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas. Now that it's made its way onto the Internets, you too can enjoy some bonus Kaiju on giant robot action. It's mostly recycled footage, but there's some good bits of new Jaeger footage that's worth checking out.
The creators of the upcoming film adaptation of David Wong's John Dies at the End want to warn you about what happens when you illegally download the movie. Namely, exploding body parts. Their video warning follows.