Every year since 1960 the Swedish national public TV broadcaster SVT airs a christmas calendar show that leads up to christmas eve. Every year in December there is a different 24 episode show for kids and every generation seem to get their own favorites. One of mine is still The Mystery of Greveholm in which a family…
Tomorrow! Tomorrow! I’ll see you... Tomorrow... But meanwhile... I’ll watch this, man! Grodd bless this lovely little show.
Frank Grillo, Iko Uwais, Callan Mulvey, Betty Gabriel and Yayan Ruhian team up to fight the alien horde!
Here is the teaser to the sequel of the “the nazis survived and attacked us from behind the moon”-movie. Now with dinosaurs and well... Hitler riding them.
I’m updating my post because there’s now a higher resolution version of the trailer. Here’s my shot-by shot breakdown of the entire thing.
just never acknowledges they are Ukrainian.
Comic Con brings us another preview. This time Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman. Looks a little too Snyder-y (oh the muted, blueish colors), but I like it. It seems there’s some humor in there, and the fight scenes seem to be fun.
This last weekend, on June 6-7, Ukraine finally got its first ComicCon. It took place in Kyiv, in the Ukrainian House (which used to be a Lenin Museum during the Soviet times and in the winter of 2014 hosted Free University of Maidan during the Revolution of Dignity).
I have no idea what they are saying, but the animation looks good.
I think fans of the the book may like it.
On Wednesday Lauren Davis posted a proof-of-concept short called Sundays, about a man in Mexico City who is slowly coming to realize reality is not what it appears – and it seems to be degrading. In keeping with that theme, I present you the trailer for The Frame, an independent feature available online, about a man…
A UFO breaks through the earth's atmosphere and falls to the ground. A huge number of police officers and military units are actuated for eliminating the alien threat. A fierce battle against a superior power starts, through forests and cities. Aliens are shot, blood flows, people die.
The CW has announced that the television adaptation of Chris Roberson and Mike Allred's Vertigo series "iZombie" will debut Tuesday, March 17. It sure does not look very close to the source material. (Only zombies and so on) But I have a lot of faith in this show anyway. Because the people behind it worked on…
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This is a nice exercise in film editing, and in comparing the new Mad Max movie to its predecessors. Youtube user Mad Max Dedication uses footage from Mad Max II that matches footage in the Fury Road teaser from ComicCon to make a trailer for The Road Warrior that looks really great.
Somewhere, in a long-forgotten vault at Paramount Pictures, there must be an old Betacam tape containing the trailer for the real Top Gun, the version that the executives didn't have the guts to distribute. The one that shows that this is the most homoerotic movie since Ben-Hur. It probably looks like this.
Here is the teaser for the trailer of Jurassic World. Not the teaser for the movie. The teaser for the trailer. So now we know there will be dinosaurs, "introducing Star Lord"-shot and a lack of feathers.
Ryan Murphy tweeted out the first teaser trailer for American Horror Story: Freak Show.
Here is the book synopsis:
There's not much here, except for a slightly better look at the marginally redesigned TARDIS interior during one of those rare moments when it isn't going all explody. If you hadn't already guessed, this clip is taken from the pre-titles sequence of episode 4, Listen.