It’s the zombie apocalypse! Come on, we’re scouts! We’re trained for this!
Despite wide spreading Zombie-fatigue, this flick actually looks worthwhile. Writer/director Christopher Landon’s new horror comedy, which appears to be in the vein of Shaun of the Dead, will put the fabled preparadness of scouts to the test when they must face a zombie outbreak. Check out the (NSFW) trailer…
This week we were treated to the first trailer for the upcoming Christmas horror movie Krampus, which stars Adam Scott, Toni Collette and David Koechner. If you looked at just the cast you might assume it’s a new holiday comedy rather than what looks to be a promising and intense horror flick about the creature more commonly known as the Christmas Devil, but here we are.
This is possibly the best news I’ve heard all week. Christina Applegate, who so famously portrayed ‘Veronica Corningstone’ in the first Anchorman film, has now been confirmed for the film’s sequel, which is still in its writing stages. The Up All Night star was confirmed to appear in the 2nd film by co-star David Koechner who’s been heavily pushing the film since the release of the teaser trailer.
After literally almost 10 years of waiting, and an almost monthly debacle between Ferrell/McKay and studios, Anchorman 2 has released its first teaser trailer. With a simple set-up and hilarious banter between the Channel 4 News Team, Anchorman 2 has already solidified its status as one of the funniest films of 2013. In this teaser, our favorite group of the bumbling idiots that give San Diego its news basically just talk about how awesome it’s going to be once Anchorman 2 comes out.
A lot of people remember Dax Shepard as being that guy who was famous for a little while in the mid 2000s and then sort of fell off the wagon as far as being famous goes. I really don’t know why though. He’s talented, funny, and actually a talented actor. I think that both Without a Paddle and Employee of the Month, and even Let’s Go To Prison are all completely underrated comedies that really showed Shepard’s range as a comedian.
Anyway, after taking some time off from the limelight, Shepard is back with a hilarious trailer for his writing and directing debut. The film is called Hit & Run and it follows a former getaway driver nicknamed Charlie Bronson, who’s in witness protection, and his girlfriend (and real-life fiance), the always lovely Kristen Bell. After landing a dream job in LA, the two plan to make a trip out there, but Charlie’s past gets in the way. An old accomplice played by Bradley Cooper swoops in looking for money that Charlie owes him, explaining that he spent 8 months in prison for this money.
Now, Charlie has to find a way to get the money before things go really bad. Also in search of Charlie is a federal agent played by Tom Arnold who is in charge of keeping him safe at all costs. The whole thing amounts to what looks to be a wild and hilarious ride from the mind of one of the most undervalued comedians in Hollywood. The trailer itself is frenetic and chaotically funny as it goes from one wild scenario to the next. From Tom Arnold accidentally catapulting a bowling ball from his car, to the gang busting in on a hotel room full of naked old people, to seeing Bradley Cooper in a believable set of dreads, Hit & Run seems to have it all and then some.