A parody of Cabin in the Woods that focuses on the popular but often ineffective manual stimulation technique, Handjob Cabin follows a group of young, carefree folks who think they’re getting away for a relaxing weekend. But soon they discover that their idyllic vacation cabin is haunted by the ghost of a teenage girl who died during a jerkoff misadventure. She won’t rest until she finishes the job she started….but she can’t. She won’t even use lotion!
As Universal continues to build hype for Back to the Future Day later this month, they’ve released a couple of clever viral videos related to fictional products from Back to the Future Part II. The first is a commercial for Pepsi Perfect, the cola drink that Marty McFly orders at Cafe 80’s. Pepsi is actually releasing a retail version of this later in the month but quantities are extremely limited (6,500 to be exact). Then there is a fake trailer for Jaws 19, the movie that is playing at the Holomax Theatre in future Hill Valley. (Sadly, this is not actually being released.)
British Army Captain Gregg McLeod, 33, was showing the highlights of London to two U.S. soldiers on an exchange program, when they came across the movie’s European premiere. Captain McLeod decided his guests would rather enjoy watching the new flick, directed by Ridley Scott, so thought he would try his luck. After ‘sweet-talking’ his way past security and into the media section he and his colleagues of the U.S. National Guard, Captain Nick DuPont, 33, and Sergeant Tyler Eissler, 29, bumped into Forces TV. When they explained their mission: to get into the premiere and watch the film – Forces TV handed them the microphone to see if the stars on the red carpet could help with their quest.
Natalie Dormer has handled the twisted politics on Game of Thrones and the life-or-death battles in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1, but can she make it out of the Aokigahara Forest alive? Though the name may not ring a bell, the forest, which sits at the bottom of Mount Fiji, is known worldwide as a destination where people go to commit suicide.
Calling it now. Best Movie: The Revenant. Best Supporting Actor: Tom Hardy. Best Supporting Actress: Native American Actress in the Background. Best Actress: Meryl Streep, but wait she wasn’t in the…., Meryl Streep. Best Actor: I don’t know, anybody but Leo….how about the Bear. It doesn’t get any more masculine than this movie. Will you watch it?
Cristiano Ronaldo is set to be the focus of a new documentary about his life and footballing career, with the first trailer for Ronaldo released today. The documentary will follow “a year in the life of the world’s best groomed soccer player” and feature previously unseen footage and interviews with the 30-year-old, his family, friends and teammates.
Action Figures is the directorial debut of Travis Pastrana, Nitro Circus founder and 17-time X Game medalist, a film he wrote, directed, and produced alongside his best friends from the world of action sports and in association with Nitro Circus. It is a first of a kind film by these modern day action heroes in which each athlete contributed to filming and editing their section of the film. Action Figures is an energy packed, high octane, wild ride of a film that is both an ode to the old school action sports videos and a bold step forward in filmmaking and extreme human performance.
“In today’s world…you know how easy it is to lose perspective?” asks Delroy Lindo’s FBI instructor in this extended Point Break trailer, a question that was posed after we saw the first trailer for the film. What began in 1991 as a movie about a law-and-order type who’s seduced by the wayward lifestyle of bank-robbing surfers is now a bloated story about “extreme athletes” who are on a global crime spree (or are they?).
Universal Pictures has decided to beat the Christmas rush, releasing its first trailer for horror-comedy “Krampus” three months ahead of its Dec. 4 launch. The trailer sets up the premise of a young boy — played by Emjay Anthony — losing the holiday spirit when his dysfunctional family clashes, causing the emergence of the wrath of the demonic Krampus, a force of ancient evil intent who causes holiday icons to take on a monstrous life of their own.
When Disney announced that it was planning to make a series of spinoff Star Wars Anthology movies, Boba Fett — the biggest and baddest bounty hunter in the galaxy — was reportedly set for a lead role in one of the first films off the production line. But then, just like it did above the gaping maw of the Sarlacc in Tatooine’s Dune Sea, it all went wrong for Fett. Director Josh Trank left the project earlier this year, leaving Boba’s biopic floating in space, waiting for someone to kickstart the engines and take the helm. Eric Demeusy could be that person. The filmmaker has produced a Fett fan film, a 90-second trailer that shows how stylish the spinoff movie could be.