21 Years: Quentin Tarantino comes from film-maker Tara Wood and probes into the legendary director’s legendary career.
“Move a little strange, you’re gonna get a bullet. Not a warning, not a question… A bullet.”
It seems like only yesterday that a script leak blunder saw Quentin Tarantino shelf his upcoming 8th movie as a punishment for the breaking of his cone of secrecy. One table read, a kick ass poster and a handful of sneaky details later, we finally have a trailer for The Hateful Eight. Man, imagine if it was total garbage, how heartbreaking would that be? Continue reading Watch the First Trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight”
Marvel may be foregoing their usual Comic Con appearance, but that’s no reason to be underwhelmed by the upcoming convention. For starters, Quentin Tarantino is going to be taking up residence with his new movie The Hateful Eight. We can expect to see a trailer or two when the panels start up, but why don’t we have have a peek at a still before we do? Continue reading New Mustachioed Still for Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight”
When we got the full list of films and documentaries premièring at the Sundance Festival in 2015, it was difficult to pick any particular film out for special interest; there’s simply too much madness to choose from. But now we have a trailer for one documentary in particular, namely The Visit from director Michael Madsen. If Madesn’s name sounds familiar, it’s not because of the other Michael Madsen. It’s because this particular Madsen directed Into Eternity: A Film for the Future. And now here she is with an equally ominously named project. I won’t mention the subject just yet, so have a look at the trailer first,brought to you via Twitch:
Aliens! Right? Well not really aliens but as close to aliens as we’ve really gotten, which is determining if we’re ready as a planet for an alien visit. There’s some pretty unprecedented access to the United Nations’ Office for Outer Space Affairs and other government bodies like London’s Ministry of Defence. This definitely looks like it could be an intriguing watch, so I’ll be looking out for it. Although I’m not ruling out any other Sundance docs yet, just because The Visit got a slightly earlier trailer.
Are you ready for a visit?