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Category:  Trailers

By Michael Haffner, February 4, 2013 0 Trailers

Regardless of some of the mixed reviews I read following the film’s premiere at TIFF last year, I was completely on board with Rob Zombie’s new film after watching the first trailer.  The striking imagery and operatic music seems to… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, February 4, 2013 0 Trailers

After having premiered at TIFF last year, Neil Jordan’s return to vampire lore looks to finally be heading our way.  Byzantium follows a mother and daughter vampire duo struggling to make ends meet. Interview With A Vampire may not be… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, January 24, 2013 0 Trailers

Japanese horror legend Hideo Nakata has made a name for himself with horror fans from around the world with Dark Water and Ringu.  Both of those films spawned American remakes and opened the floodgates for a HUGE wave of Asian… Read More »

By Andy Triefenbach, January 21, 2013 0 Trailers

We here at Destroy the Brain can honestly say we are looking forward to a remake of a genre classic. I’ll be the first to admit that the original The Evil Dead has problems as a story and execution but the fact… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, January 16, 2013 0 Trailers

Just because I wasn’t the biggest fan of last year’s horror anthology V/H/S (you can read my initial review HERE  and Andy’s Blu-ray review HERE) that doesn’t mean I’m not looking forward to its upcoming sequel.  S-VHS continues the found… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, January 16, 2013 0 Trailers

The Sundance Film Festival is almost here.  If I was going (here’s hoping maybe someday) there would be an extensive list of films I would be eagerly wanting to check out.  Park Chan-Wook’s Stoker, Richard Linklater’s Before Midnight, the horror… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, January 9, 2013 0 Movie News, Trailers

It looks like you may have to settle for a minor trade-off in the upcoming The Last Exorcism Part II. Yes, it seems they have dropped the found footage angle, but in its place they now have a ton of… Read More »

By Andy Triefenbach, January 8, 2013 0 Trailers

A project that was seeking financial assistance via Kickstarter and one I backed was a short film called Red Red. The short is directed by photographer Ama Lea who helped create & photograph The Bloody Best Project. The Bloody Best Project is… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, January 8, 2013 0 Trailers

The “rape-revenge” genre has seen a resurgence as of late due to several remakes of old 70′s grindhouse films.  I Spit on Your Grave and Thriller: A Cruel Picture might be two of the more notorious 70′s titles that helped… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, January 3, 2013 0 Trailers

How can you top the first red band trailer for Evil Dead?  If you are the studios behind the highly anticipated Fede Alvarez directed and Sam Raimi produced remake you simply just show off more of the red stuff.  I… Read More »

By Andy Triefenbach, December 24, 2012 1 Trailers

I was a huge fan of Derek Cianfrance’s heart punishing film Blue Valentine and truly believe that while Michelle Williams deserved the Academy Award nomination that Ryan Gosling deserved one as well. Sadly, Gosling didn’t get any such Oscar nomination for… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, December 14, 2012 0 Trailers

The new trailer for Kathryn Bigelow’s highly acclaimed film might be the best one yet, and it may have something to do with the cover of Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters” playing in the background.  We have seen several trailers, teasers,… Read More »

By Andy Triefenbach, December 12, 2012 2 Movie News, Trailers

One of my most anticipated films next year has to be Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim. I just cannot wait to see huge robots fight big monsters in 3D. I plan on seeing this in the biggest theater screen possible… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, December 11, 2012 0 Trailers

John Carter didn’t really do it for me.  Tron:Legacy had a strong start but the neon lights began to die out as the film went on.  And the Pirates of the Caribbean sequels are all terrible, TERRIBLE films with the… Read More »

By Michael Haffner, December 4, 2012 0 Trailers

Primer exists on the fringes of sci-fi cinema.  The true die-hard, sci-fi fanboys who enjoy thought-provoking cinema gravitate to the film like bugs to the light, but the film doesn’t have the broad reaching appeal as something like Star Trek… Read More »