the ultimate trailer park thursday.

So, school work has been crazy lately, and it continues a fair bit right now. Thus, the blog has taken a back seat to more important matters. Today, rather than a normal trailer park post, I am going to simply add a ton of trailers with limited elaboration in case you haven’t seen them yet.

I’m not going to bother sorting ones I like and ones I don’t, I’m just throwing whatever comes to mind in there. Enjoy!

1. Where The Wild Things Are:

Lots of buzz about this one, everyone I know seems to be talking about it. That is the mark of a great trailer. I know you’ve probably already seen it, but don’t you want to watch it again? I do.


2. Anvil: The Story of Anvil

This looks amazing!


3. Battle for Terra

So many rich possibilities here, which may make it all the more disappointing if it falls flat.


4. The Merry Gentleman

Isn’t it amazing that every since Gross Pointe Blank there is an unending supply of “hit man with a heart of gold” stories?


5. Blood: The Last Vampire

Live action manifestation of the well loved anime film. I suppose it can be said it looks like Blade meets Crouching Tiger… Or I suppose another way to say it is, it’s like Blade, aside from the fact that I might actually watch it.


6. Mysteries of Pittsburgh

Two thoughts come to mind when I watch this trailer.

1. I really love satisfyingly complex relationships in storytelling.

2. Jude Law is the dumbest man alive.


7. The Edge of Love

Did this one ever come out theatrically in the states? If it did I totally missed it.

Again, two thoughts.

1. Keira Knightley loves period films.

2. Jude Law is the dumbest man alive.


8. The Limits of Control

In some ways, it seems like this year’s manifestation of No Country‘s


9. Bart Got A Room

That’s right, Maeby Funke.


My battery is dying, so that’s it for now. Maybe I’ll add some more later.


1 Response to “the ultimate trailer park thursday.”

  1. 1 Kj
    March 27, 2009 at 11:19 am

    I saw “Mysteries of Pittsburgh” last summer at SIFF. I was dissapointed.

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