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‘Blue Ruin’ Trailer: Revenge By the Seashore


There are few things to watch that are as satisfying as a good old fashioned revenge story, and if the new trailerfor Jeremy Saulnier‘s Blue Ruin is any indication, we’ve got another excellent case of death-bringing on our hands.

The trailer begins with a man named Dwight (Macon Blair) awakened from his apparent home, a car resting on the coastline near the beach. He’s looking worse for the wear, as those living in their cars are wont to do. A kind police officer spells it out in soothing voiceover that he’s had his reasons for living his life in hiding. With that gentle rap on the car window, though, the officer is unleashing a whole new can of worms for Dwight to devour: the man who killed Dwight’s parents when he was a child has been released from prison. While the officer seems to think that this news will shock and terrify Dwight, it appears the opposite is going to happen.

This is a revenge flick, and Dwight is going to hit the road to track that son of a bitch down. “What he did to them was awful,” the officer coos about halfway through the trailer as images of Dwight’s childhood play, juxtaposed with blood-soaked rooms and gun barrels. Well, what Dwight’s about to do to him is probably going to be even worse. If the quiet, maybe too eerily mellow trailer is any indication of the film’s tone, then we’re in for something disturbing.

Our own Rob Hunter very positively reviewed the film at Fantastic Fest last year, calling it “simply devastating.” Quoth Hunter: “Writer/director Jeremy Saulnier is wise to trust not only his lead character and actor but also his audience. Plot details and motivations are never shoved in our direction like street corner pamphlets but are instead revealed only when necessary.”

Blue Ruin is in theaters and on VOD April 25th.


“Paddington” Teaser Trailer — Upcoming Family Film Based on Classic British Children’s Books, ‘The Paddington Bear’


added: Tue, Mar 4th '14

Here's the teaser trailer for "Paddington," the British-produced family film starring the voice of Colin Firth as a young droopy hat-wearing Peruvian bear who has stowed away on a cargo ship to England, only to find himself stranded in London's busiest train station. It's Hugo meets The Terminal meets a small brown bear from Peru.

Based on the classic children's illustration books by English author Michael Bond, "Paddington" was produced by "Gravity" and "Harry Potter" producer David Heyman and directed by Paul King, who's probably best known for directing the zany British comedy series "The Mighty Boosh."

The cast also includes Nicole Kidman, Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Jim Broadbent, Peter Capaldi and Julie Walters -- although none of them, including Firth, are seen or heard in this first preview for the upcoming CG animated-slash-live action hybrid feature, which won't hit theaters until the end of the year (December 12th in the States, and November 26 in the UK).

From the beloved children's novels by Michael Bond and producer David Heyman (HARRY POTTER), PADDINGTON tells the story of the comic misadventures of a young Peruvian bear (voiced by Colin Firth) who travels to the city in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone, he begins to realize that city life is not all he had imagined -- until he meets the kindly Brown family who read the label around his neck that says "Please look after this bear. Thank you," and offer him a temporary haven. It looks as though his luck has changed until this rarest of bears catches the eye of a museum taxidermist.

directed by   Paul King

starring   Colin Firth, Nicole Kidman, Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Jim Broadbent, Peter Capaldi, Julie Walters

release date   December 12, 2014


“Harmontown” Trailer — SXSW Documentary on ‘Community’ Creator Dan Harmon’s Popular Podcast Show


added: Mon, Mar 3rd '14

When acclaimed comedic writer/TV showrunner Dan Harmon was notoriously fired from his own NBC show "Community," he found himself with a lot of free time on his hands. He chose to fill that time by performing a weekly, recorded live podcast called Harmontown, which was essentially devised to vent his frustrations and anger -- and also to get outrageously drunk on a nightly basis.

In the new feature-length documentary, which will screen this weekend at SXSW, cameras follow the self-destructive comedian as he takes a year-long podcast tour across America. Also, both Harmon and his comic friends talk openly about his personal demons and jerky behavior, which likely contributed to his 2011 firing -- although, he was eventually rehired for Community's latest fifth season.

"Harmontown" makes its world premiere this Saturday at the Austin-based film festival. Watch the film's promo trailer, above.

HARMONTOWN is a documentary film starring TV writer and producer Dan Harmon (NBC's Community, Adult Swim's Rick and Morty) as he takes his popular podcast of the same name on a calamitous cross-country tour. Much more than a comedy-tour documentary, the film directed by Neil Berkeley uncovers Harmon's public persona to reveal his complex character and his equally complex personal relationships. The supporting cast includes Jeff B. Davis (Whose Line is it Anyway?), Erin McGathy (This Feels Terrible) and Spencer Crittenden. (via

directed by   Neil Berkeley

starring   Dan Harmon, Jeff B. Davis, Erin McGathy, Spencer Crittenden, Jack Black, Sarah Silverman, Steve Agee, Joel McHale

release date   SXSW Film Festival, 2014


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