There are currently some movies out now that have seriously disappointed me. Hopefully, none of these will do the same. I am going to rip off my sister site, FilmCritter (filmcritter.wordpress.com), and put up a lot of trailers of movies I am looking up to. This is just a small taste of the films I am looking forward to seeing.
Video games are getting deeper and deeper. The stories are getting better and the voice acting is becoming top notch. Some rival and beat the current blockbusters in those categories. Here are some trailers for games that should be movies themselves.
Archer has to be one of the best new shows on television. I discovered it (actually I was referred to it by my girlfriend) right after the first season. I watched the entire season in two nights, laughing my rear off the whole way. I highly recommend it, although it does get a bit raunchy at times.
So I’ve been seeing commercials on tv for Dylan Dog Dead of Night. It stars Brandon Routh and Sam Huntington, who were both in one of my favorite movies, Superman Returns. It looks like one of those movies that are so bad they are good, kind of like Slither. Brandon Routh is really the only reason I would see this because he was hilarious to me in Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World.
Trailer after the jump.
I’m a sucker for a good mash-up, which is where two or more movies get smashed up into a single entity. These two were definitely worth watching.
First, the Scorsese-Kubrick mash-up:
Here is the Coen Brothers-Tarantino mash-up. The downside to this one is that it focuses too much on the violence of their respective films and less on the directors’ talents. Here ya go anyway:
Finally. FINALLY!!! After a long time of hoping and praying and the like, one of my favorite shows of all time is coming back on the air. Of course, I speak of Futurama. Will it live up to the original four seasons? We are about to find out next week. I can barely wait.
Here is Comedy Central’s preview clip. It brought a tear to my eye. Oh, and I love Zapp Brannigan. Best character ever created.