Shark Night 3D (2011) | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central
It's a pg-13 Shark flick fr cryin out loud...I refuse to put this in the Horror thread.
Tuesday Night Rushes -- Bleeding Cool
Awesome. Everyone will be paying attention this because it's Schwarzenegger's return to a starring role, but I'll be paying attention because it's Kim Ji-woon's english language debut. And now because Peter Stormare is in it.Quote:
Peter Stormare is to play a key bad-guy role in The Last Stand, the film that will see Arnie return to a starring role for the first time since Terminator 3. Variety say Stormare’s character is a war vet carrying out “the main villain’s orders.”
Although I see this as a fail, Stormare makes everything worth watching. He was even on an episode of Wilfred(which seems to be THE show for character actor cameos).
THE RAID Movie Trailer
Adgy...check this out, it looks like your kind of thing.
'The Raid' Trailer: Check Out TIFF's Most Buzzed-About Action Film | Movie News | Movies.com
Cannot find an embeddenable link to this, but this **** is pretty 'FORT KICKASS!!!!!'.Quote:
Over the past 12 hours or so, buzz has been steadily building for The Raid after it premiered in the Toronto International Film Festival's midnight section last night. The film, from Welsh director Gareth Evans (Merentau), has some calling it the best action film they've seen in a long time, and based on this trailer it's kinda hard to wave off those hyperbolic statements because this thing looks like the very definition of badass -- a balls-to-the-wall shot of adrenaline inside a building full of cops and drug dealers, with each side using everything they have (weapons, fists, legs, knives) to kill each other ... and kill each other hard.
Our friend Drew over at HitFix had this to say in his review: "The Raid" is not just a bone-crunching visceral experience, but it is also a tidy, efficient piece of storytelling with just enough pause for character to push this from good to great. It is a near perfect action movie, paced tremendously, with bad guys who are genuinely awful, and shot in such a way that you feel every single punch or kick when it lands."
Sony picked up The Raid for distribution, so you'll get to see it. One of the cool things they'll be adding to the film is an original score from Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda (his first), which you can hear a little bit of in the trailer below. This one looks like it's badass and a half. Trailer via MTV -- we also included the poster below the trailer