After the Fact: The ‘Pain & Gain’ Trailer Pumps You Up and Lets You Down (67 Screenshots)

Pain and Gain Movie Trailer Michael Bay

Movie trailers have a big influence on how we perceive the film before going in and what we feel when the credits roll. They may make the movie look utterly terrible, completely amazing, or somewhere in between, but we each go in with expectations upon viewing them. After the Fact is a look back on how the trailers may have affected the movie going experience. This column is not a review of the movie itself, but rather on the marketing techniques used to advertise the movie. Today the trailer for Pain & Gain will be under the microscope. Continue reading after the jump and expect spoilers. Continue reading

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Learn More About R from the First Four Minutes of ‘Warm Bodies’

Warm Bodies Four Minute Preview

Before you place any negative judgements about Warm Bodies, I must ask you to watch this clip that previews the first four minutes of the film. Within this opening sequence, Warm Bodies establishes a great separation among other zombie flicks we’ve seen before. I invite you to become a believer and check out the clip after the break. Continue reading

Someone with Brains Created These ‘Warm Bodies’ Posters

Warm Bodies Movie Posters

This weekend a quirky little film about two individuals who are faced with a decision that will change their lives forever will release – Stand Up Guys featuring a bromance between Christopher Walken and Al Pacino. Just kidding, I’m talking about Warm Bodies. If the trailer wasn’t enough for you, there are eight movie posters after the break that tries to convince you that it has more brains than its lead character had for lunch. Continue reading

Find Life and Love in the ‘Warm Bodies’ Trailer

Warm Bodies Movie Trailer

Do you believe in love at first sight? Many may have their doubts, but if you ask our zombie pal R (Nicholas Hoult) what he thinks of Julie (Teresa Palmer), he would tell you she is more than his next meal. Warm Bodies brings audiences a new take on the zombie apocalypse with a quirky, romantic comedy sensibility. Oh and John Malkovich is in this movie too! Continue reading