Dec 25, 2012

11 Hot New 2013 Movie Trailers

Merry Christmas one and all! Whether you celebrate the holiday or not, we here at Organized Remains wish you a good day. Be excellent to each other and party on! Here are eleven of the hottest trailers to hit the net over the last few months building excitement for some 2013 blockbusters.

A HAUNTED HOUSE - January 11, 2013
YES! A proper Scary Movie sequel as only the Wayans can do. I don't care if it isn't tied into that franchise, this has potential to be tell-everyone-amazing or guilty-pleasure so-bad-its-good.

A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD - February 14, 2013
I hear he fights the Russia in this one. It's been a while since we had a classic good Americans versus evil foreigners story, so at least in a throwback sense, I applaud this sequel, even though I thought Live Free Or Die Hard was just so-so.
I like the cast and I like the director, so I'll keep an eye on this one and see what reviews come out about it, but based on the trailer and my general interest in the franchise, this prequel isn't drawing me to the theater on opening-day.

The plot intrigues me and some of the jokes drew some smirks, but I think (or hope) it's saving the hard hitting material for the actual movie rather than giving it away in the trailer.

PAIN AND GAIN - April 26, 2013
Wasn't going to post this at first because it seemed so meat-headed and overly simplistic, but when it stopped taking itself so seriously my interest was renewed.

Love the main villain but the trailer doesn't give much away. Going to be checking this one out on franchise name strength alone, with a side dish of the new cast.

EPIC - May 24, 2013
This trailer much like Pacific Rim reminded me of how much beauty and mystery there is right in our every day nature. Why travel to Avatar-land when we could just shrink everyone down to the size of an ant and let a mile or so of forest be the vast landscape.

THIS IS THE END - June 14, 2013
This is going to be hysterical. Even as someone who likes Michael Cera, Danny McBride's line tickles me. And how often do we get to see an entire main cast playing themselves?

MAN OF STEEL - June 24, 2013
Wow. That's dark. A little too dark for my liking of a Superman movie, but on the positive side, it gives the stale character a new take.

PACIFIC RIM - July 12, 2013
Giant robots fighting giant aliens from the ocean, what could anyone not like about this? I especially like the premise because someone once criticized how much we fund NASA (this was said years ago, obviously) we should explore the oceans first, because there's still so much on our own planet left to be seen and researched.

TURBO - July 19, 2013
Got worried this was going to be as obnoxious as Cars, but when I saw the main character I felt like it had heart to it.