Advertisement

Topic: Film

'Where the Wild Things Are' poster unveiled

The first poster for Spike Jonze's upcoming film adaptation of Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are has made its way online, and it's pretty awesome. See the full…

Rogue Pictures moving into slasher apparel

Rogue Pictures, which released the remake of The Last House on the Left and The Unborn, says it's expanding into a lifestyle company with social networking and clothing and…

No one dies horribly in Coens' clean-coal ad

It surprised us to learn that the Coen Brothers directed this anti-coal spot, mostly because there's no swearing or violent, gratuitous death in it. But it's pretty effective otherwise, and…

Retracing today's top directors back to MTV

It's easy to forget how many of today's hottest film directors got their start by making commercials and music videos. Luckily, Cinematical has compiled a list of seven Hollywood hit-makers…

Watching the Watchmen can be exhausting!

After putting out several hundred trailers with slight variations, creating a vast slew of "official" posters, animating the Black Freighter subplot and bundling it as an extra DVD along…

Disney plays race card with new avatar site

Avatar technology can be interesting. Simpsonize Me was a neat trick Crispin Porter + Bogusky did for Burger King a couple of years back. Now, Disney is pushing the…

Don't take her to this movie on the first date

The marketers behind the film Burning Passion won't be accused of burying the lede on their official poster. Whether or not the painful-sounding plot summary will help or hurt…

Watching the 'Watchmen' viral ad campaign

Now that Fox has walked away from its lawsuit with some sweet, sweet receipts, Warner Bros. is free to ramp up its Watchmen marketing just in time for the…

'The Warriors' trailer makes very little sense

To celebrate my entering the 21st century by subscribing to Netflix, here's the trailer from the first movie on my queue: The Warriors. What? It's a classic, shut up. Anyway,…

Movie posters that are just a little bit darker

When I hear a phrase like "movie posters reinterpreted in a kinda minimalistic postmodern German-ism style," my usual response is to slap the indie-rock beard right off whoever said…

Advertisement
Advertisement