July 10, 2011 Leave a comment
So last week I missed out on the update, my bad. So in order to make amends for the glaring oversight in the content of my site, I am giving you four trailer to wet your appetite. One is a comedy from Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer, next is a another good/weird movie from the mind of David Cronenberg, then Cuba’s first zombie movie and last a British spy film that has every famous Brit actor minus the cast of Harry Potter in it. Lots of trailers, so lets get started.
30 Minutes or Less
I loved Zombieland and was eagerly awaiting the latest directorial movie from Ruben Fleischer. This looks like a really funny R-rated comedy with Jesse Eisenberg and Aziz Ansari. Even throwing in Danny McBride and Nick Swardson as the villains of the movie just make this even better. The latest red band trailer is one of the few red bands that is actually funny and gives us better look at what to expect comedy wise.
A Dangerous Method
Alright so we have David Cronenberg, a man whose movies are visually intense and the subject matter can be dicey, then take the story of the relationship between Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung , finally add Michael Fassbender and Viggo Mortensen into the movie. I am so fucking there. Cronenberg movies are a bit hit and miss sometimes, but given his latest track record, I am excited to see a movie where he looks to show the birth of Psychoanalysis and see another movie where we he works with Viggo Mortensen . Not a typically Cronenberg movie, but it will intriguing regardless of the subject matter.
Juan of the Dead
Touted as Cuba’s first horror film, I got to say this looks awesome. I love me some zombie films and if they are aiming to do a zombie comedy, why not go after Shaun of the Dead. I am expecting the movie to get a release on digital channels, no theater distribution unless America has some rule about that current embargo that it has on Cuba.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Ok, what actor in England is currently not attached to this movie. Holy shit that is a lot of talent in one room, and sophisticated talent I might add since they are British. I am going to list off who is in the movie and you tell me this doesn’t sound awesome: Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Mark Strong, Colin Firth, John Hurt, Stephen Graham, Toby Jones, David Dencik, and the most British ever, Benedict Cumberbatch. Short of the Harry Potter cast and the people from the British Office show, this is a solid lineup. Throw in the fact that Tomas Alfredson is directing (Let The Right One In), I am excited for a British spy movie. Damn, I need to drink some tea and watch the footie match now.