• The “Mad Max: Fury Road” International Trailer Is The Craziest One Yet

    We are still a few months away from the US premiere of Mad Max: Fury Road on May 15 and the more we see of the movie, the harder it is to wait. The original trilogy, released between 1979 and 1985, featured Mel Gibson as Max in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where we faced off against gangs of marauders and their insane automobiles. Fury Road continues the saga, with Tom Hardy taking over for Gibson and Charlize Theron as Furiosa. Director George Miller, who has directed every film in the franchise, has already revealed that the script for the fifth installment is completed. That’s great, because we’d hate to have to wait for 30 years for another sequel.

  • New Documentary Examines Atari’s Unbelievable Downfall [Video]

    Since anyone reading this article is probably a video game junkie we have a gallery of the 24 Signs You Grew Up A Video Game Junkie. Once you’re don’e scrolling through and determinng if you had a problem as a kid be sure to watch a the video about Atari’s unbelievable downfall. New Documentary Examines Atari’s Unbelievable Downfall [Video] In 1982, Atari was leading the video game revolution and was fastest growing company in the United States. With the popularity of Steven Spielberg’s E.T. in theaters, Atari hoped to cash in on the success with a video game based on the movie. But in order to deliver the game in time for Christmas, the game was rushed, developed in five weeks rather than the six months to a year spent on previous titles. 1.5 million units of the rushed game were sold, but it was obviously flawed and universally panned. And Atari had 3.5 million unsold E.T. cartridges to get rid of. So what did they do? Legend had it that Atari disposed of the unsold cartridges in a landfill in New Mexico, but the story was usually dismissed as nothing more than urban legend. Then in 2014, an excavation more »

  • This Marvel Vs DC Movie Needs To Be Made [Video]

    It used to be so easy. Movies based on comic book characters were awful and it was no problem ignoring them. But then Iron Man and Nolan’s Batman trilogy came along and showed us everything comic book movies could be. Now we’ve got about 637 movies based on Marvel and DC properties coming out in the next few years. They should just save us time and cmbine all the characters into one giant amalgamated movie. But in a world where Marvel’s characters are owned by three different studios, a movie like that has zero chance of existing. At least we have this awesome trailer.

  • “Chappie” Is The Robot Movie We’ve Been Waiting For Since Short Circuit

    There’s just no escaping Die Antwoord today. Not only did the rap group release a new music video, they’re also starring in Chappie, the new film from Neill Blomkamp. The first trailer for Chappie was also released today and it looks like another great sci-fi film from Blomkamp, whose previous films, District 9 and Elysium, offered extensive social commentary in addition to sci-fi excitement. It will be interesting to see how Chappie, which is being promoted as a lighter comedic film compared to Blomkamp’s other work, will be received. It’ll also be fun to see if Die Antwoord’s Ninja and Yo-Landi will can hold their own with costars Hugh Jackman and Sigourney Weaver.

  • 22 Jump Street Trailer [Video]

    The final 3-minute trailer for “22 Jump Street,” possibly the biggest comedy of the year, has hit, and it looks great. This time Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, and their boss, Ice Cube, are going undercover at spring break. Expect more of the same from the first movie, which means “22 Jump Street” will be a hilarious blockbuster when it’s released June 13.

  • First Trailer for “Sin City: A Dame To Kill For”

    Th long awaited follow-up to 2005’s “Sin City” is set to be released on August 22. The first trailer is now out and “Sin City: A Dame To Kill For” is looking even more stylish than the original. Many actors from the original are returning, such as Mickey Rourke, Powers Boothe, and Jessica Alba (thank God), and they will be joined by plenty of actors new to the series such as Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Josh Brolin, and Eva Green (thank God). 

  • “Her” Trailer Plus Philip Seymour Hoffman [Video]

    Richard Trammell is quickly becoming quite the viral video celebrity thanks to his expert editing that changes the way we look at classic films. For his latest video, he’s taken on the sappy trailer for Spike Jonze’s “Her” and replaced Scarlett Johansson’s voice with that of Philip Seymour Hoffman. The result is funny and incredibly creepy at times. It’s also a movie I’d want to see a lot more than “Her.”

  • Full-Length Trailer For Season 2 Of ‘House Of Cards’

    Netflix hit original series “House of Cards” returns for a second season on February 14, guaranteeing a weekend of binge watching for millions of people all over the world. Here’s the full trailer to get you ready for the next chapter in the saga of Frank and Claire. Let’s hope season two of “Orange is the New Black” won’t be far behind.

  • 22 Jump Street Trailer [Video]

    2014 is going to be a year of lots of huge sequels with Amazing Spider-Man, Captain America, and even Dumb and Dumber returning to the big screen, but we know we’re really looking forward to 22 Jump Street. This time the Jump Street team of Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, and Ice Cube go undercover at a college and again all manner of hijinks will ensue. Who would have thought that a terrible tv drama form the 90s would become a huge comedy film franchise of today? Hooray for Hollywood! [In theaters June 14, 2014]

  • Sriracha Documentary Now Showing [Trailer]

    Filmmaker Griffin Hammond has made a documentary about everyone’s favorite hot sauce, Sriracha. Learn everything you could possibly want to know about the Thai sauce made famous by Vietnamese immigrant David Tran in his California factory in the film, available to stream and download for $5 on Vimeo. This movie is sure to increase demand even further from Tran’s Huy Fong Foods, which has had to halt production due to environmental complaints from the factory’s neighbors and most recently to treat microorganisms in the sauce. Why must you torture us with your documentary, Griffin Hammond? Watch the trailer and if you want to see more, just click on the buy link that pops up at the end.

  • Amazing Spider-Man 2 Trailer [Video]

    The trailer for “Amazing Spider-Man 2″ is out and it looks like the filmmakers crammed in as many villains as possible in order to maximize action-packed scenes that will showcase undoubtedly great 3D. It looks like Rhino, Electro, and Green Goblin will all be taking on Spider-Man in the sequel which will be released in May. Sony has already committed to two more sequels in the franchise to be released in 2016 and 2018 and spin-off films set in the same universe much like The Avengers movies from Marvel Studios/Disney. I just hope they figure out a way to fit in my favorite villain, Kangaroo. He can jump high and has strong legs. Just picture that…in 3D!

  • Watch The Trailer For SyFy’s ‘Sharknado’ Follow Up, ‘Avalanche Sharks’

    Just when you thought it was safe to engage in winter sports, SyFy reveals their latest inane creation, Avalanche Sharks. Apparently, this time sharks have invaded a ski resort and are out for blood. Canadian blood, judging by the accents in the trailer. Also, the effects lead me to believe the film was financed with a winter sock full of loonies and toonies. You’ve got to hand it to the creators, though, for managing to have bikini clad women in a movie that takes place in a ski town. It most certainly will be terrible, but with dialog like “Every spring break, kids are all over each other like rabbits on viagra,” I will be sure to watch.

  • Retro Movie Trailer: Tammy and The T-Rex

    This 1994 gem features Denise Richards and Paul Walker as lovers with some hurdles to jump over. Richards plays Tammy, and Tammy’s world is perfect, except for a crazy ex-boyfriend who ultimately puts the ultimate hurtin’ on heartthrob and fast car enthusiest, Paul Walker. After Walker bites the big one, a mad scientist put’s his brain in a T-Rex. Where did they find a T-Rex, you ask? Who cares, it’s the 90’s. Tyrannosaurus’ were as common as rollerblades.

  • Watch The New Trailer For Jackie Robinson Biopic “42”

    This trailer for “42,” a movie depicting the life story of Jackie Robinson and his history-making signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers under the guidance of team executive Branch Rickey, is running before Zero Dark Thirty. It was uploaded to YouTube just 22 hours ago so there is a very good chance you haven’t seen it yet. This all-star film, led by Harrison Ford, is in theaters on April 12th.

  • First Look At Movie Stills From James Bond Skyfall [12 Photos]

    There are rumblings on the internet from critics and forums that Skyfall, the latest installment of Bond, might be one of the best 007 films in the series’ history. The buzz is strong enough that MGM has locked in Daniel Craig to appear in at least two more Bond films. Check out the first set of promo photos from Skyfall then view our RSVLTS x James Bond page for awesome additional content including behind the scenes photos and every 007 movie poster int he series history.

  • Lincoln Trailer

    Three main stars are Academy Award winners. Spielberg is directing. This has Oscar winner written all over it. In theaters November 16th so mark your calendars.

  • International Trailer for Tarantino’s Django Unchained: A Fistful of Bad Ass

    The international trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s next film Django Unchained just bust into the internet saloon in a hail of blazing gunfire. This movie looks like True Grit did a mountain of cocaine with Lethal Weapon and doused the set of Hatfields & McCoys in sixty gallons of lighter fluid. That’s a really roundabout, convoluted way of saying this movie looks unreal. Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz are the on-screen duo we never knew we needed. Leonardo DiCaprio looks like he’s actually having a pretty OK time in a movie for the first time in the history of cinematic Leonardos (TMNT II’s Leonardo was such a buzzkill). I honestly was starting to think he was born without the ability to smile (It’s a real condition. Look it up. We’re all in this together.) Although, I’m a little concerned about Samuel L. Jackson in this movie. I’m not quite sure if he’s quite ready to play a ridiculously crazy bad ass. It takes years to hone that craft. Good luck, Sam. Get ready for this movie people, because I guarantee it’ll be the best western since Oklahoma City beat the Spurs.

  • The Great Gatsby (Trailer)

    The Great Gatsby is a novel by american author F. Scott Fitzgerald. The book was first published in 1925, and it has been republished in 1945 and 1953. There are two settings for the novel. The first setting is on Long Island’s North Shore and the second major setting is in NYC. The book/Movie is set within the year 1922 from the spring to the autumn. The movie looks pretty rad and features the bro from Warrior, the dork from Spiderman and Leo.  

  • J.J. Abrams’ Revolution (trailer)

    The story takes place 15 year after a suspicious blackout took all the electricity in the world, including car engines, plane turbines and batteries. One family holds the key to returning the power back to civilization. It sounds a lot worse on paper than the trailer looks. Think Doomsday Preppers meets Lost.  

  • RedBull Crashed Ice: Your New Favorite Sport (14 Photos)

    Its always great to see the preliminary stages of a sport destined for greatness. Red bull has done it again, innovating a new sport combining the speed and grit of hockey with down hill cross ice racing. The sport has been around since 2001, but has grown significantly in popularity the past couple of years. Basically a down hill roller derby. The courses are bumpy, narrow, and steep, which involve downhill skating in an urban environment, on a track which includes steep turns and high vertical drops. So if you’ve ever taken your girlfriend for an ice skate around the rink in the winter you know how easy it is to look like a fool with skates on.

  • I believe I can fly (video)

    Warning: This video will leave you completely inspired, and make you want to scream at the same time. “I Believe I Can Fly” is a trailer for a documentary by the French director Sébastien Montaz-Rosset. I Believe I can Fly ( flight of the frenchies). Trailer from sebastien montaz-rosset on Vimeo.

  • Prometheus: One Of The Most Anticipated Movies of Summer 2012 [HD Trailer]

    Ridley Scott is back with one of the most anticipated movies of 2012. With Prometheus, he creates a groundbreaking mythology, in which a team of explorers discover a clue to the origins of mankind on Earth, leading them on a thrilling journey to the darkest corners of the universe. There, they must fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race.

  • Hurley’s 2012 Swimsuit Teaser Trailer Released

    Daylight Savings Time starts tomorrow, and that means an extra hour of afternoon sunlight (we’ll take one less hour for sleeping in exchange for sun any day). It’s also the unofficial, official kickoff to summer. And what better way to get in the mood for summer than 30 seconds of bikinis, babes and sunshine? Don’t forget to change your clocks!

  • The 11 Must See Movies of March 2012

    March is going to be a good month for movies. Kicking the month off on a high note with Project X and finishing it off strong with Sean William Scott’s surprisingly awesome performance in Goon (which we saw three days ago at an advance screening and LOVED).


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