Last Summer we were treated to Machete, the first of the faux Grindhouse trailers to be turned into a full feature movie. Last weekend I was informed the second movie from the trailers was to be released in theaters on May, 6th. Hobo with a Shotgun features B-movie star Rutger Hauer in the title role, and newcomer writer/director Jason Eisener. Checkout the red band trailer below, or hell, just watch the movie OnDemand before it hits theaters next month… details HERE!
Can you believe it’s been 4 months since our last post? We couldn’t believe it either, but real life happens. Plus let’s be honest, after churning out 31 reviews in 31 days we felt a little burned out! But we’re back with some renewed vigor. Not the vigor that will bring you 30 reviews for March, let’s just start small. To kick off March we bring you a sequel trailer to a movie we reviewed back in October, Adam Green’s Hatchet. If you’ve seen that one, and you should, then this clip needs no introduction. Victor Crowley is back, and bloodier than ever! So check this out and look for the review shortly. Plus check back for a review from our friend Scott Feinblatt’s Outtake Reel, coming this week!
As a man there aren’t too many things in the movie world that excite me more than boobs and gore! So when a movie comes around that has both, and in mass quanTITIES, I have to go see it. Enemy and I checked out Piranha in 3D last weekend and were pleasantly surprised at how much we both enjoyed it. I didn’t want to do a whole review, but it is worth seeing from an entertainment standpoint. There was plenty of nudity (OMG Kelly Brook looked fantastic), and the gore level was way above what we expected based on the trailer and the tameness of recent Hollywood horror films. Some of the deaths were just plain gruesome! The cast includes a very hot looking Elizabeth Shue, Ving Rhames, Adam Scott, Jerry O’Connell and Christopher Lloyd.
This week for Trailer Tuesday, we bring you Jeff Speakman as “THE PERFECT WEAPON”
I like watching a film and then watching the trailer to see how out of order they present everything, or if they give away any of the plot . You definitely aren’t going to be watching The Perfect Weapon for the plot, but I’ll talk about that more in my review later this week.