Trailers

If you're a big RPG nerd, which I know you are you sick little monkey, then you probably know about "Fallout: New Vegas". The game, which has taken a drastic turn from its predecessors, will allow you to roam around a Las Vegas like landscape. Gambling away your life savings, obtaining a pretty nasty smack addiction and getting robbed at knife point by hookers. Alright that's all a lie. It's really just another installment in the already popular Fallout series. Happy roaming kids!

"Fallout: New Vegas" will hit the PS3 and Xbox 360 sometime in Q3. Until then check out the new teaser below.

Stuck at home because of the snow today and want to make yourself vomit? You're in luck! The teaser trailer for "Won Ton Baby" has hit the web.

The movie is about a former brothel owner who's daughter has a cannibalistic parasitic twin in her stomach. Only one way to get the little bugger out, and the teaser below will give you a clip of just how it's done. No release date is set for "Won Ton Baby" yet but we should see this one kicking around in the near future. There's something so artistic about vomit on snow. Enjoy!

If you guys haven't seen the LARP documentary "Darkon", you should. It's a hoot watching these guys run around the woods playing with fake swords and pretending to be medieval. Good times are had by all.

"The Wild Hunt" on the other hand doesn't look so funny to me. It's a film based around the same idea of people playing dress up but the addition of rape makes the "haha" run out the door. Currently playing at the Santa Barbara Film Festival, you can check out the trailer for "The Wild Hunt" below.

Call me a softy but I love an old fashion love story. Couple moves to small town, wife gets drunk and screws the local creepy boy, creepy boy stalks wife and tries to destroy her life. Makes me miss high school.

Such is the story of “Coffin Rock”, the new suspense film from one half of the production team that brought you “Wolf Creek”. You can check out the trailer below and watch the film starting today on IFC Festival Direct. Just in time for Valentines day!

I'm a sucker for any sort of documentary having to do with metal. I'll watch just about any crap if you put the world "Metal" in the title. Bonus points if you can also get some black metal guys in corpse paint in there for fun. I eat that crap up.

Do you like zombie movies? Sure we all do. But what about a zombie cartoon? Oh crap you just got a semi didn't you! Well "A.D." is just that my friends. Directed by Ben Hibon who brought you the animated film "Codehunters" and produced by Bernie Goldmann who gave the world "300" and "Soul Man". Yeah, the 80's film where C. Thomas Howell pretends to be black, that guy.

The film is still in development so no release date has been set. For now you'll have to settle for the teaser below.

The poster for "The Violent Kind" proclaims that it is "A New Film by the Butcher Brothers." I couldn't remember if the Butcher Brothers were a tag team wrestling duo or a late 90s electronica production team but it turns out they're the guys who made "The Hamiltons" from the first After Dark Horrorfest, as well as the "April Fool's Day" remake. "The Violent Kind" seems to defy synopsis and has something to do with possession, supernatural evil and a 1950s rockabilly motorcycle gang. It also stars the notoriously picky Tiffany Shepis, who as evidenced by her recent turns in "Zombies!

First the bad news. "Double Take" is not the eagerly awaited remake of the 2001 Eddie Griffin/7-Up Yours Guy buddy comedy classic. Guess we'll have to keep writing those letters. What it is, is... I have no clue. There is a ton of promotional material for "Double Take" on YouTube and I still can't make heads or tails out of any of it. All I know is I am intrigued by this movie and I want to subscribe to its newsletter. It has something to do with Alfred Hitchcock, or maybe an Alfred Hitchcock lookalike, possibly both and they might be trying to kill each other.

I suspect calling "All My Friends Are Funeral Singers" a horror movie is a bit of a stretch, but hey, it's got ghosts. It's about a fortune teller played by Angela Bettis who lives in a house filled with ghosts who act as her surrogate family. The ghosts eventually realize they are trapped in the house and the psychic is forced to come to terms with the fact that they have to move on. What's most notable about the film is that it was directed by musician Tim Rutili of Califone and the band's latest album shares a name with the film and serves as the film's score.

"Enter the Void" is the latest from master provocateur Gaspar Noe ("Irreversible", "I Stand Alone") and early accounts indicate that its every bit as shocking and technically brilliant as his previous films. It follows an American brother and sister living in the seedy streets of Japan but here's the kicker: it's entirely filmed in the first-person from the perspective of the brother. The brother dies early in the film so we spend the majority of the film soaring over Tokyo watching over the sister through the eyes of his ghost.