Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Trailer Park Tuesday

It's Tuesday and here are some Trailers.

Let's dig in!

Greetings From Tim Buckley (Official Site)

There are two Jeff Buckley movies on their way and "Greetings..." is the first. The film follows Jeff as he agrees to perform at a tribute concert for his deceased father, musician Tim Buckley. Pen Badgley stars as Jeff, Ben Rosenfeld as Tim (in flashbacks) and the film is Written/Directed by Daniel Algrant (Sex and the City). Release is TBA. 



42 

42 follows the story of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier when he debuted for the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947. Chadwick Boseman stars as the baseball legend and Harrison Ford portrays Dodger Executive Branch Rickey. Release is set for April 12, 2013. Almost 66 years to the day of Jackie's famous debut.



The Collection

A sequel to 2009's highly under-rated The Collector (Trailer), this film follows Arkin (Josh Stewart) as he is blackmailed into going back into the domain of "The Collector" to rescue the daughter of a wealthy man from the "Collection". Got it? You can catch it in theatres on November 30th.


Sinister

I consider myself to be a big Horror fan. This trailer really creeps me out. That's all I'm going to say about that. Check it out for yourselves in the RED BAND (NSFW) trailer below. See the film in theatres on October 12th


Beautiful Creatures

Below is the trailer for the movie all the Twi-Hards will be seeing on Valentine's Day in the year 2013. Not sure what to make of the film, but I am intrigued. Let us know what you think? 



Paranormal Activity 4

Yes, there's a Paranormal Activity 4. I personally have loved all three. Here's to hoping that 4 can expand on the mythos set up in 3. Oh, creepy use of the XBOX Kinect below. You can see the fourth installment on October 19th.




The End of Love

Written/Directed/Starring Mark Webber (Stephen Stills from Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World), The End of Love follows a young father/actor struggling to raise his son after the death of the child's mother. The film looks powerful. Michael Cera plays himself and displays a pretty messed idea of what's fun at a party. Release date is TBA.



The First Time

Writer/Director/Actor Jon Kasden (The Land of Women) takes us back to High School in this Sundance darling. Do you remember your first time? Annnddd that Teen Wolf kid is in it! Release is TBD.



That does it for this week's Trailer Park. As always, leave comments below.


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