Stoker trailer

27 09 2012

Chan-Wook Park’s first American film.  Should be a doozy.

Samsara Trailer

8 08 2012

Ever see Baraka? If not, I highly recommend checking it out.  It has some of the most beautiful time-lapses I’ve ever seen.  Samsara is the long-awaited follow-up, and it looks like more of the same awesomeness:

Full-Length Trailer for PTA’s “The Master”

20 07 2012

Hello? You may, or may not, have noticed that it’s been a long time since we’ve posted anything.  Basically, post-college life happened.  Maryann’s busy working full-time, and I’m working part-time and trying to finish up my thesis for Grad school, so this site kind of got pushed aside.  But now we’re back!  Posts might not be published quite as often as they used to, but we’re definitely going to give this site more attention, and what better way to start than with the trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson’s new movie?  Everything’s looking amazing: Joaquin Phoenix,  Jonny Greenwood’s score, dat cinematography.  Needless to say I can’t wait.  “There Will Be Blood” was one of my favorite movies of recent memory, so naturally I’m expecting big things from “The Master.”  Check out the trailer below:

Game of Thrones

27 12 2010

For a long time I have been an avid reader of fantasy novels. One such favorite of mine is the series Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin. When it was first rumored that this super awesome story was going to be transformed into a television series, I was skeptical. When I found out that it is in fact being done on HBO, I got a bit more excited. With its release around the corner, and after seeing some promos and interviews, I am officially stoked. Here’s the trailer. Enjoy!:

And, if that got you interested enough, here’s some behind the scenes action:

“The Tree of Life” trailer

15 12 2010

The very long-delayed Terrence Malick film, which has been near the top of my last THREE “Most Anticipated of the Year” lists, now has a trailer and a May 27, 2011 release date.  Freaking finally.  Can this live up to the hype?  Based on this beautiful trailer, I think so.


21 10 2010

The last thing I want to do is spoil a brilliant film, so I’m going to refrain from writing any kind of real review here.  However, I will say that you must check this one out.  It’s a great, entertaining documentary that will certainly spark some conversation.  It makes for a great companion piece with The Social Network too (it’s no coincidence they were released so closely together). 

If you need some extra incentive to see this, then watch the trailer below.  It’s a great trailer that doesn’t give anything away, and honestly just watching it kind of gives me chills:


Joaquin Phoenix’s “I’m Still Here”

17 09 2010

Casey Affleck, the film’s director, just announced that it really was all a hoax.  I’ve got to say that I think this is pretty amazing performance art from Phoenix, and I’m more than amused by the idea of career suicide as conceptual art.  For those who haven’t been following Phoenix’s antics closely, an in-depth rundown on this project can be found here.  Best actor nomination anyone?  I sure think he deserves it.  I’m in the camp of people who were positive that this was all a fun, elaborate hoax at first, but then as time went on became less and less sure.  I mean this thing lasted for what, 2 years?  That’s a long time to stay in character.

It’s also worth nothing that Phoenix will be back on Letterman (out of character of course) on the 22nd.  Here’s the trailer for the upcoming documentary: