Posts Tagged ‘movie

13
Jan
13

Skew & Manborg – Trailers

So after looking for trashy horror movies for me to acquire I came across these two little beauties.

Skew:

When Simon, Rich, and Eva head out on an eagerly anticipated road trip, they bring along a video camera to record their journey. What starts out as a carefree adventure slowly becomes a descent into the ominous as unexplained events threaten to disrupt the balance between the three close friends. Each one of them must struggle with personal demons and paranoia as friendships are tested and gruesome realities are revealed…and recorded

 

Manborg:

He’s a half-man, half-cyborg and he is now brought back from the dead to fight Nazi vampires!

25
Mar
10

Hancock Deleted Sex Scene

Its like some of the writers got high in a room and figured that this would be a funny and interesting take on Superhero sex.

They were soooo right.  😀

12
Mar
10

Fallout trailer

Did someone tell me that the English producer/director Tupaq Felber is attempting to do a six-part adaptation of Peter Bagge’s Apocalypse Nerd for the BBC and I just conveniently forgot? Egad, I hope not. At any rate, above is the teaser trailer Felber put together.

Fallout: Teaser Trailer from tupaq felber on Vimeo.

10
Mar
10

I just made some TRON in my pants

23
Feb
10

The Bare Necessities

22
Feb
10

Read Y The First Draft For Yourself

Y the Last Man

Wondering what the movie version of Y: The Last Man will turn out like? A sneak peak appeared online in the form of an early draft of the movie’s script, written by creator Brian K. Vaughan.

The script had been available at My PDF Scripts, but has since been removed. The script, written by Vaughan, was written earlier in the movie’s development, and has been replaced by a script by the project’s current director, DJ Caruso.

(Sorry to all who clicked through to see it’d been removed!)

20
Feb
10

Battle Angel Alita – James Cameron

[singlepic id=4640 w=320 h=240 float=right]Now that Avatar is in theatres, it’s time for legendary filmmaker James Cameron to set his sights on his next big project. Time and time again, we’ve been hearing that it’ll be Battle Angel Alita, but things are a lot more solid now that Cameron’s partner in crime, Jon Landau, is talking about how it definitely will happen.

After Avatar 2, of course.

Speaking with MTV’s Splash Page, Landau talks about how invested Cameron is in the project, along with some of the developments they’ve had with the script. Talking about Cameron and Laeta Kalogridis working together on the script:

We were familiar with the anime that had been produced, we were familiar with one of the main books. But she opened us up to the other nine books that exist, and how rich that world is.

So, there will be a greater focus on the manga as opposed to the original intention of drawing mostly from the anime. An expanded world, more intensity, and a new name. According to Landau, Cameron only does T&A-titled movies. We might see Alita: Battle Angel across the marquee a few years down the road.