Alpha And Omega is the new CGI family 3D film offering from Lionsgate. And. Well. In short, it’s the worst thing ever. It’s awful. It was so bad that it filled me with an irrational rage of such strength that four cheese sandwiches and an episode of Black Books later, my eyes remained un-glazed and full of knives. There is, I realised, only one way to rid myself of this sudden and frightening anger: I have to tell the world.
You know what we didn’t hear enough about? That Pocahontus film about the blue people, what was it called again? The director made quite a famous film about some boat back in the day, erm… oh dear… Avatar! That’s it! Such a shame that slipped so low under the international radar, eh? Fortunately for us though, it’s getting re-released! No, really.
Don’t get too excited, it’s pretty much the same as the one you’ve already seen. We have to say that we were less than blown away by the sneak-peek at Seth Rogan’s latest flick. It’s a comedy caper take on the classic Green Hornet story, starring Rogan alongside Taiwanese musician Jay Chou as Kato.
In 2009 Paranormal Activity was the surprise hit of the year, making more than $200 million after being shot for under $15,000. After a massive viral campaign and growing awareness, it was shown in cinemas all over the world, and was considered by many to be the most frightening film made in years. Now the question is, can the sequel match up?
According to the trailer, its the motion picture event of a generation – a franchise so universally successful that it’s made author JK Rowling one of the richest women in the world. And now, finally, the Harry Potter saga is coming to a close. Ish. Warner Bros have released the first full trailer for Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1 – to be released in the UK in November. Part 2 won’t be hitting our screens until next summer, so for all of those who can’t bear to let go of Harry and crew, you’ve got a bit of time yet.
The upcoming film based on the life and times of Mark Zuckerberg – creator of Facebook – has released it’s first teaser trailer. And it certainly is a little tease, as there are effectively no visuals whatsoever, just a series of small soundbites from the movie. Little minxes.
OK, we admit, news is fairly thin on the ground today, but for those who thought Meet The Fockers was just freaking hilarious and not at all crap and tired, good news! There’s a trailer out for the even more funny and not at all tired and crap sequel: Little Fockers! Fockers, do you get it? Yeah, cos… oh you remember that joke from the first two films? Oh yeah.
Every time we’re almost sure we’re stuffed full of Scott Pilgrim awesome, another sumptuous dish turns up and we can’t possibly turn it away. This time around, it’s the trailer for the playstation game accompanying the film, and by the staff of Moses it looks glorious.