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It’s a very Merry Scary Christmas in this just released movie trailer for a film called Silent Night. In 1984, the slasher classic Silent Night, Deadly Night stunned audiences, was banned across America, and remains the most notorious Christmas movie in history. This film is a remake and you better watch out… Santa Claus is coming to town…

A small midwestern town is in the midst of preparing for its annual Christmas Eve parade when the Sheriff (Malcolm McDowell) and his deputy (Jaime King) learn that a maniac in a Santa suit is murdering those he deems as “naughty.” Their sins? Porn, adultery, greed… He will make sure they rest in heavenly pieces.

It kind of reminds me of a Christmas version of I Know What You Did Last Summer. The film co-stars Donal Logue, Ellen Wong, Lisa Marie, and Brendan Fehr. The film is a limited release, hitting theatres on November 30 followed by Blu-ray and DVD on December 4. Check out the scary trailer below.

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The movie trailer for a new psychological thriller called Side Effects just came out and it looks awesome! The movie stars Channing Tatum, Jude Law, Rooney Mara, Catherine Zeta Jones and more.

The film is set in the world of the pharmaceutical industry. A troubled woman (Mara) who is coping with the imminent release of her husband (Tatum) from jail begins to take a new prescription drug called Ablixa that has unforeseen consequences. Her doctor (Law) is the one that prescribed it to her but things get crazy for him too and his life gets turned upside down as a result of his patient and the side effects. Somebody dies, there’s a trial and many secrets begin to bubble to the surface. The trailer doesn’t really give away what exactly happens and what the side effects of the drug are, but it’s certainly captured my interest. I love a good psychological thriller!

The film hits theatres on February 8, 2013. Check out the trailer below!

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Just in time for Halloween, a new movie trailer for Despicable Me 2 just came out with a spooky Halloween theme. The film doesn’t come out until next summer, but this insanely cute trailer should hold you over for a while.

In the trailer, the minions are singing a lullaby to the little girl and then decide to play some golf when they hear a strange noise coming from outside. When they go to check out the situation, the actually theme from Hallloween starts playing as the suspense builds. Turns out it was a false alarm…or was it? I’ll give you a hint, the scene looks like it could have been inspired by 1993′s Fire In The Sky. That movie freaked me the eff out.

Before the trailer ends, there’s another cute scene where one of the minions is wearing a maid outfit and vacuuming when the doorbell rings…

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About a year ago, Tyrell wrote about the news that Jessica Szohr (best known for her role as Vanessa on Gossip Girl) had joined the cast of Love Bite. Since then, the trailer has come out and I believe it may have been released in some areas of the world earlier this summer, but the British romantic comedy horror film is only now just about to debut in the UK on November 9.

The film revolves around a mysterious Traveller girl (Jessica Szohr) named Juliana who is suspected of being a werewolf… that preys on virgin flesh. When people start to go missing, the main character Jamie is informed by a stranger that there is a werewolf in town and that he should beware. The only way to be safe seems to be to pop your cherry. Unfortunately for Jamie and his friends, they all have never had sex and all their talk was just that… talk and nothing more. Pretty soon, they’re all dying to get laid…

The film also stars Ed Speleers, Luke Pasqualino and Timothy Spall. Watch the trailer below.

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Rachel McAdams & Ryan Gosling, Richard Gere & Diane Lane, Channing Tatum & Amanda Seyfried, Liam Hemsworth & Miley Cyrus and now you can add Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel to that list. The duo are the latest to star in a movie adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks’ novel. For all you who love these films, rest assured the requisite kissing in the rain scene is included, as well as plenty of other romantic scenes.

I think this might be the first time Hough is starring in a movie that doesn’t require her to writhe around and show off her dance moves. Let’s hope she fares better at the box office using her acting chops instead of relying on her ballroom prowess. Footloose, Rock of Ages and Burlesque didn’t exactly sell out tickets at theaters around the country. If you thought Duhamel and Julianne were odd choices for the roles, author Sparks doesn’t think so.

“I’m thrilled that Josh and Julianne have agreed to come aboard ‘Safe Haven’ — it’s hard to think of an actor better-suited to play the character of Alex than Josh, and Julianne will bring a combination of vulnerability and strength to the role of Katie. They are both such talented and charismatic individuals — and best of all, they have tremendous personal chemistry, which is essential for this film,” – Nicholas Sparks

Once again Lasse Hallström directs an adaptation of a Sparks novel. He previously helmed Dear, John starring Tatum and Seyfried. It’s kinda hilarious that the director who gave us Oscar-nominated films, Chocolat and The Cider House Rules, is now the go-to person for these romantic flicks. What happened? Sufficed to say, I don’t think Safe Haven isn’t going to be an Oscar frontrunner ;) Watch the trailer below and see if you agree or disagree.

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Five Movies To See This November

In: Movies, Patrick

There have been so many good movies to see this month, although I haven’t made the time to see any of them. That being said, November holds several movies I want to see as well and there are some big ones on the agenda as well.

Given that October is the month of Halloween, most of the main scary movies are out of the way so none of the films on my list are going to make me scream. There are two highly anticipated films that I’m sure are going to dominate the box office, while there are three other lesser known or limited release films that I just want to highlight as well so you know they’re out there.

Find out what five movies are on my list for November below. What movies have you seen in October and which do you recommend? Is there anything in November that you’re looking forward to seeing that I did not include on my list of five? Share your thoughts and recommendations below.

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Premiering at SXSW Film Festival earlier this year, Starlet is an indepenedant film directed by Sean S. Baker and starring Dree Hemingway and Besedka Johnson. It explores an unlikely cross-generational friendship between a 21-year-old Jane (Hemingway) and an elderly woman named Sadie.

The story follows Jane who spends most of her time getting high with her dysfunctional roommates, Melissa and Mikey (Stella Maeve and James Ransone), while taking care of her Chihuahua, “Starlet.” The old woman in this story’s name is Sadie, a widow who spends her time alone and tending to her garden.

After they two leads meet when they have a confrontation at Sadie’s yard sale, Jane discovers that there’s a hidden stash of money inside the item she bought from Sadie. She finds herself trying to befriend the older woman to ease her guilt about the situation, but secrets start to emerge as their relationship grows. It looks like a pretty interesting film and I’m sure it’ll make me cry when I watch it. It’s the old people that always get me. Watch the trailer below.

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With many of you likely dressing up as superheroes this Halloween, I figured now would be the perfect time to share the Alter Egos movie trailer with you – that and it opens in theaters today for limited release.

The film is a superhero dark comedy that follows two superheros who are trying to find themselves while dealing with the loss of superhero government funding and lack of public support. It’s an interesting take on the whole superhero genre because the feel and look of the movie is as if they’re just nerds dressing up in costumes, but they are in fact superheroes. They just seem to be dealing with more average, every day problems than we’re used. Well, with the exception of one of the guys finding the supervillain that killed his parents.

Alter Egos stars Kris Lemche, Brooke Nevin and Joey Kern.The film opened for limited release in theaters on October 19 and VOD on November 20, 2012. Check out the trailer below.

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