Cabin In The Woods
I’ve been excited about this horror movie for over two years now, even though I knew very little about it other than the director, writer, and cast. Still, Joss Whedon, Drew Goddard, Richard Jenkins, Bradley Whitford, Chris Hemsworth, Fran Kranz, Jesse Williams, and Amy Acker were more than enough to get me excited.
Now that I’ve actually seen the trailer . . . I’m very intrigued. Not sure what to make of it, exactly, but intrigued nonetheless. I can’t wait till this comes out.
This might end up being an awesomely epic movie . . . I’ll admit to liking the makeshift broken bottle gloves . . . but there’s something about this trailer that I just don’t connect with. I feel like I should. I’m intrigued by at least the concept of survivalism movies (although, to be fair, this is usually in connection to zombie apocalypses), but my instinctive assessment after watching this trailer was, Grieving Liam Neeson battles the elements. Also wolves. Pass.
The Invisible War
Well, this looks like it will be . . . hideously controversial.
I don’t watch a lot of documentaries. I know I should watch more, but my interest is almost never there. Frankly, some are just so depressing that it’s hard to find the motivation. Other ones will piss me off for being ridiculously one-sided. I . . . might try this one, at some point, but I’ll be honest: it probably won’t be anytime soon.
Into The White
For those of you wondering what Ron Weasley will be appearing in post Harry Potter. This movie certainly doesn’t look like the kind of thing I’d usually be into, but I’m kind of intrigued despite myself. I have a certain amount of interest in throwing five strangers and/or enemies in a room and seeing how everything quickly all goes to hell. Admittedly, between the German dialogue and the heavy accents, I couldn’t actually understand half the trailer, but I think this one could be a rental, regardless.
And finally . . . Lockout
This just . . . this just looks awesome.
And that is all.