What’s better than a trailertastic load o’ links dropped hot for you on a Tuesday? Well, probably at least a couple of things, but it’s not like you’re paying for this. HiDef links below, and YouTube in the extended.
Jim Carrey’s decided to go all serious and shit again over The Number 23. Has he finally given up his Oscar dreams? Find out Friday.
If the studio is Lion’s Gate, you know it’s a shlock horror fest just waiting to happen? Will The Abandoned break the trend? Probably not. Also opening on Friday.
Gray Matters tackles the delicate subject of brother and sister falling for the same improbably hot chick with the aplomb that only supporting actor Alan Cummings can provide. Rumor has it that Heather Graham actually attempts to act in this. Limited release on Friday.
Cops in short shorts, sex crazed patrolwomen, and the kind of hilarity that can only be created by a goodly chunk of ex The State cast members. Yup, Reno 911: Miami is finally hitting the big screen on Friday.
Nothing says ‘FUN’ like the thought of Billy Bob Thorton building his personal rocket to blast him into space, and If you’d prefer to watch a HD version of the trailer The Astronaut Farmer delivers just that, plus a second dose of Virginia Madsen. Double up on Friday!
Just in time for Black History Month is Amazing Grace, which lets us know yet again that some white people felt really, really bad about slavery! How fitting. Also, this is not a prequel to Amazing Grace & Chuck, so don’t get your hopes up.
There you have it folks, the cream of the Q1 Release Ghetto! And once again, feel free to totally laze it out in the extended if you can’t be bothered to go with Quicktime.
So what’s so special about 23? Jim Carrey thinks he knows (but you know he also talks out of his ass sometimes, so consider the source) in this psychological thriller which also stars Virginia Madsen, Rhona Mitra, and Danny Huston. Check out the trailer for The Number 23 and see if you can figure out what all the fuss is about. The film opens wide of Friday.
Here’s another horror flick from the good folks at Lionsgate. The Abandoned follows Marie (Anastasia Hille) in her return to Russia, after being adopted and raised in America, where her biological mother (Paraskeva Djukelova) has died under bizarre circumstances. The mystery will lead her to an isolated farm in the mountains and a terrifying secret. The film opens wide on Friday.
In a new twist to the romantic comedy, here’s the trailer for Gray Matters. The film stars Tom Cavanaugh and Heather Graham as inseparable siblings who decide to find each other a mate, but things get sticky when they both fall for the same woman (Bridget Moynahan). The film also stars Molly Shannon, Sissy Spacek, and Alan Cumming, and opens in limited release in select cities Friday.
Here’s the trailer for Reno 911: Miami based off the Comedy Central comedy of the cops from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Department. I’ve never really gotten into the show, which to me has always seemed a less funny version of Super Troopers. The film opens wide Friday.
No, despite the sound of the title this isn’t a film based on a Robert Heinlein novel. Here’s the extended cut of the trailer for The Astronaut Farmer which stars Billy Bob Thornton as a astronaut forced to leave NASA who decides to build his own rocket and fly into space. Virginia Madsen, Bruce Dern, and J.K. Simmons also star. The film opens wide Friday.
Here’s the trailer from Amazing Grace which hits theaters this Friday. The film stars Mr. Craptastic himself, Ioan Gruffudd, as antislavery pioneer William Wilberforce, who led the abolitionists movement in 18th Century England. Rufus Sewell, Albert Finney, Michael Gambon, and Romola Garai also star.
Holy crap, it’s like Hollywood actually cares!