Movies of the Future

Movies. I watch them. Sometimes movies aren’t out yet so I watch trailers. So should you.

Coraline – Based on a book by Neil Gaiman and directed by Henry Selick, who also directed the Nightmare Before Christmas and James and the Giant Peach. I’m a sucker for claymation and movies about parallel worlds.

Black Dynamite – Take a righteous journey back to the seventies, where every Blacksploitation cliché is new again. I’m willing to see any movie where the villain pumps heroin into local orphanages, and floods the ghetto with a secret weapon disguised as Malt Liquor. Can you dig it?

9 – Tim Burton, without Johnny Depp or Helena Bonham Carter. Finally. It’s not stop motion, but it still looks cool.

Che – Hey it’s a movie about that guy on those T-shirts! The movie clocks in at almost 4 and a half hours long, but at least it wont be boring.

Where the Wild Things Are – It’s just very early test footage, but it still shows a lot of promise. Spike Jonze is sure to do the book justice.

Also click here for a preview of a very intriguing game. Although I am a big fan of blood and guts, I can’t help but think this game still looks amazing. Sure, it would never be mistaken for hardcore, but by wanting to play a game about flowers, I myself have proven just how hardcore I truly am.

One Response to “Movies of the Future”

  1. Coraline looks pretty good; it’s amazing how many big name actors they get for these animated flicks

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