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Fincher’s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo RedBand Trailer Leaks. Booya!!!   Leave a comment

Hey Everybody,

Anytime David Fincher has a project I try and follow the production closely, sucking up every detail I can get my eye on. When he went hard on an Americanised remake of the popular The Girl With Dragon Tattoo books and movie series made by Swedish director Niels Arden Oplev, I was intrigued what the outcome might be with a very R rated subject being brought to American studios.

After hearing that Fincher planed to keep the whole story set in Europe and leave all the disturbing content the original had, I was on board. I really want to see this film, especially after seeing the leaked redband trailer. The following is a cam-shot trailer leaked on youtube today so who knows how long it will be up but for those of you who catch it enjoy:

Loving what I see. Fincher has surprised me with every feature film he’s made as far as I’m concerned, I’m sure this will be no different. Looking forward to X-mas a little bit more this year.

Till Next Time. Stay Tuned.


Fubar 2 Trailer Online. Fubar Blu-Rays In The Stores. Looks Like Someone Is Working The Marketing Right.   Leave a comment

Hey everybody,

I grew up with the guys that were in the first Fubar movie. I think they nailed “The (Head) Banger” phenomenon that roots feel strongly influences by Calgary Alberta Canada and growing up drinking a lot, making “one take” home sketch movies. The Blu-Ray is out in stores now, and when I saw it I had to pick it up. It surprisingly looks a lot crisper on Blu. Considering it was shot on standard def cameras it looks great in HD.

I think Michael Dowse has vision to see the real comedy genius in Paul Spence, David Lawrence and Gord Skilling. These guys have always liked to make people laugh, ever since we were kids I love the fact that we can see their work some where  besides theater sports. I think these guys should be working on a comedy series that needs strait up funny content. They are hilarious.

Now with the success of a first film come the inevitable cry for a sequel  from the so called executive types. With a movie like Fubar, it’s hard to capture magic like that again without spoiling the surprise factor of the characters and story telling medium. Take a look at the trailer which popped up online this week

It looks pretty good. Again, any content these guys do will end up being funny. I hope it gets even more attention and more box office dollars this time around. GOOD LUCK TO YOU GENTLEMEN.

till next time