Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Full Godzilla trailer

The highly anticipated full trailer for Godzilla 2014 has finally been released! After a breathtaking teaser trailer back in December expectations were high but this rachets the excitement levels up to a head exploding level. The combination of Bryan Cranston delivering a passionate speech over epic disaster scenes and well disguised glimpses of the big G himself continue to give me faith that this reboot has been very carefully judged and balanced. This continues to be my most anticipated film of the year, if not the decade, check out the trailer...

What do you think of the trailer? Are you looking forward to the movie?

Monday, 24 February 2014

"The Sacrament" trailer

A new red band trailer has emerged for the upcoming Ti West film "The Sacrament". Re teaming West muses Joe Swanberg and Aj Bowen fresh off their appearances in You're Next the commentary format follows a film crew's attempts to locate a missing person amongst a sinister cult. I've never been a Ti West fan and the cult bar has been set high in recent years with Sound of my Voice (2012) and Gareth Evans' excellent segment in V/H/S 2 (2013). Check out the trailer...

What do you think of the trailer? Are you a Ti West fan?

Friday, 21 February 2014

New Godzilla poster

Legendary pictures have released a brand new Godzilla poster. Seeming to take one of the most impressive vista shots from the trailer we see the big G looming large over the San Francisco skyline. Although some fans have jumped to the conclusion that Godzilla is twice the size of a skyscraper I would tend to think think this is more of a visual and symbolic statement. Only three short months until Godzilla is unleashed in cinemas on May 16th!

What do you think of the poster? How big will Godzilla actually be?

Saturday, 15 February 2014

"Joe" trailer

A trailer has emerged today for upcoming indie drama "Joe". Directed by David Gordon Green (pineapple express) starring Nicolas Cage (leaving Las Vegas) and Tye Sheridan (Mud), the film is adapted from Larry Brown's novel of the same name and centres around an unlikely father figure in the titular anti hero. For my money, Cage hasn't turned in a serious dramatic performance since 2005's Lord of War (although his genre work has been more than entertaining) and I can't wait to see this critical return to form for the man that won an Oscar nearly 20 years ago. Check out the trailer...

Are you looking forward to this? Can Cage really make a critical comeback?