Wednesday, December 26, 2007

The Poughkeepsie Tapes?????

Cloverfield + Blair Witch x Suspect Zero= The Poughkeepsie Tapes

AVP2 featured both the Cloverfield & Hellboy 2 Trailers, and then one more. A little film called The Poughkeepsie Tapes;

Poughkeepsie Tapes

"In 2001, police in Poughkeepsie New York made a shocking discovery—six bodies buried in the backyard of a residential house. Astonishingly, that was only the beginning.

Inside the home, police uncovered over 800 neatly organized video tapes detailing the exploits of one man’s decade-long crime spree. The most disturbing part of the find, was that the killer had filmed all of the footage himself-- from his first moments stalking his victims to their last seconds alive.

Compiled and edited by the Documentary Film Partners, THE POUGHKEEPSIE TAPES examines the homicides--incorporating interviews from criminal experts, testimony from the only victim ever rescued alive, and chilling footage shot from the killer's own camera. All of which document the twisted path of a serial killer as never before.

Beginning in 1988, a wave of missing person reports and unsolved murders from New York to Pennsylvania, began to alarm law enforcement officials. Many of the strange disappearances and dead victims held similarities. Soon the authorities realized they were dealing with a serial killer. The hunt to identify and capture the killer is layered with troubling facts and haunting events, eventually ending at the house where the tapes were found. Unfortunately, the discovery left more questions than answers. Did the killer leave the tapes intentionally? Do the tapes hold hidden clues? Is he still active?

This film dares to show what had previously only been available to law enforcement officials—the evidence, the puzzle, and the footage—of the Poughkeepsie Tapes.

Release Date: February 8, 2008""

Here is one of the "Alleged" Poughkeepsie Tapes. AXB Enterprises highly doubts it's validity since it features a character from the Broadway production of Lion King.

Poughkeepsie Tapes on IMDB

Poughkeepsie Tapes Myspace

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Is this Storm Shadow?

IESB is reporting that Lee Byung-Hun may be the top contender for the role of Tommy Arashikage in the G.I.J.O.E. movie.

Lee Byung Hun

Not so excited for this. An asian with good forearms and ninja capabilities are all i need.

They also report however that Rachel Nichols MIGHT be up for Scarlett's role. Thankfully she's much hotter than the Young Master.

Rachel Nichols

Rachel Nichols

I'm liking the look of most the casting. Sienna Miller, still not feeling.

This does it. I'm getting my Arashikage tattoo within the next months before you Fanboy Fucks start jumping on the bandwagon.

Monday, December 17, 2007

A Taste For The Theatrical is the newest in a long line of WhySoSerious Viral sites bringing clues and goodies from The Dark Knight. This one is different however, because it actually gives us the trailer FREE for download. Here is a screenshot and link, but the direct links for downloads are listed below for your convenience.

Why So Serious

download:      best quality (98.2mb)

download:      high quality (78.1mb)

download:      med quality (24.6mb)

Friday, December 14, 2007

Banner day for Geekdom

Not ONLY a Cloverfield trailer released today, but a Dark Knight trailer before I Am Legend theaters that are NOT IMax.

Watch it while you can

5 Minute Cloverfield Clip???

I've been seeing this floating around today online, but haven't been able to watch it. In response to the I Am Legend: IMAX Experience showing of The Dark Knight clip, Paramount has released a 5 minute clip of Cloverfield. Enjoy. Grab. Post.

Just in case, here is the Youtube version while it still lasts.

Thursday, December 6, 2007

Ray Park is Snake Eyes???

Slashfilm and AXB Enterprises

Slashfilm is reporting that Ray Park has been cast as Snake Eyes in the G.I. Joe live action movie. This actually makes me happier than the Mark Wahlberg rumor. Who better to play a Non-Speaking Ninja than Ray Park? Really?

GI Joe is set to hit theaters on August 7, 2009

Courtesy of Slashfilm