NYMPHOMANIAC Posters Make Me Want to Take a Bath

You know Lars von Trier. He’s Danish. He’s controversial. He got booted from the 2011 Cannes Film Festival for saying he understood and sympathized with Hitler. He’s the man behind such movies as DANCER IN THE DARK, DOGVILLE, MANDERLAY, as well as the more recent ANTICHRIST and MELANCHOLIA. ANTICHRIST is noteworthy because of some good ol’ fashioned genital mutilation, and MELANCHOLIA is on the radar because, frankly, Spider-Man’s old girlfriend showed her naked parts. Now von Trier is hitting audiences

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AFTER EARTH Trailer and Poster Make No Mention of Shyamalan…and Rightly So!

When your last two movies are the nauseating THE HAPPENING and the sack-punching THE LAST AIRBENDER, you do not, under any circumstances, use your name in the marketing material for promoting your movie. You keep it tucked away in the small print where nobody will ever know. Such is the case with M. Night Shyamalan and his new movie, AFTER EARTH, starring Will and Jaden Smith, and rightly so. After building some clout with critical and commercial successes such as THE

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Hobbit Poster Seems More Disney than Middle Earth

I’m not saying The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is going to suck. I’m not. It’s impossible for me not to put my faith in Peter Jackson, who, arguably, has never made a terrible movie. From The Lord of The Rings Trilogy to King Kong to The Lovely Bones, Jackson’s resume is stellar. I trust him completely. With that out of the way, is it just me or does this poster seem really Disney-ish and Muppety? I’m all for humor, but

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RoboCop Reboot Photo & Poster Uncover Terrible 1987 Memories

The year was 1987 and I had become my dad’s little movie buddy. We saw Aliens, Stand by Me, Cobra and Platoon, to name a few – but the film that traumautized me more than anything was Paul Verhoven’s RoboCop. The movie is hokey and cheesy and full of all kinds of bad 80s action, but the scene at the beginning of the movie, in the abandoned warehouse, where Murphy (Peter Weller) is tortured and shot, was shockingly real and

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Sinister Poster Warns of Massive Megaplex Butt Puckering on October 12!

Anyone who has tuned in to the KVNU For the People Movie Show (610 AM and 102.1 FM) or done any reading at Andy at The Movies.com, knows that I have a soft spot for found footage films and have found my butt cheeks at diamond clinching strength numerous times over the last several years with the Paranormal Activity franchise, as well as The Descent, The Strangers, The Fourth Kind and Insidious. In fact, I’m counting down the days until

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Character Posters for The Hunger Games Movie!

These posters have been online for a month or more, but because I’m a serious slacker I haven’t posted them here at AATM yet.  I love the design of these posters, and while we’ve seen these characters (and more) in the full-length trailer for The Hunger Games, these one-sheets (going L to R) for Cinna, Cato, Effie, Katniss, Gale, Peeta, Rue and Haymitch, show a more detailed glimpse of the heroes and villains we’ll see when The Hunger Games hits

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The Hunger Games gets a Fiery Motion Poster!

It’s been awhile since we’ve had any posts about The Hunger Games movie. The cast and crew are busy filming the first installment of a quadrilogy (Lionsgate announced in May the three novels would be split into four films) somewhere in Burke County, North Carolina, and one would think, with a release date of March 23, 2012, that we’d see a teaser trailer within the next two or three months. Despite the slow-going on the news, a motion poster for

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The Dark Knight Rises Poster Has Me Excited to See Harry Potter

The big buzz on the web this week, after a few fan-made trailers hit YouTube this past month, is whether or not a teaser trailer for The Dark Knight Rises would be attached to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. I was at a press screening for the final Potter film last Monday, July 11, and Batman was no where to be found. However, I’m heading out to see Potter and Co. tomorrow for the sole purpose

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