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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Through The Trailers: Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension

imdb says that the plot is unknown, but I think its pretty obvious. Andrew Deutschman needed a reason to bring in more old school video cameras and VHS tapes. This franchise is obviously about of the conspiracy to bring VCR's back into mainstream sales. Now that the truth is out, I'm going to be honest. This looks awesome. I'll agree, the last few movies have been going down in quality. The only reason to watch was to see if Katie Featherston playing Katie would make an appearance. She's a native Texas girl so I must always show my love and support for her. My crush demands that I give her props. She's my newest obsession. 

But I'm going to say the unpopular thing. This movie looks like it will be good. It was scary how the camera that can see what the naked eye can't showed this much in the trailer. 

I hope it means that we're in for a world of scares from the actual film. I think this will be the first P.A. that will have the scares be right in your face more than just quiet and to the side. 

If this is that last one, I hope it ends with a bang. Lets see that stupid monster already. Come on. 
The connections to the rest of the franchise has been clever. I'm waiting for the full circle to unfold. Go Katie!!!

Through The Trailers: Legend Official Trailer #1

Identical twin gangsters Ronald and Reginald Kray terrorize London during the 1950s and 1960s.

I loved the performance given by Army Hammer when he pulled off twin brothers in The Social Network. But I'm 100% sure that Tom Hardy as the Krays will blow that out of the water. Everything from this trailer looks awesome. Tom Hardy looks like he's at his A game, Emily Browning is always a favorite of mine. I can't wait till she becomes the star I know she deserves to be. I'm always looking forward to her work. This is brought to us by the director Brian Helgeland, I didn't see 42, but I heard the mix feelings about it. I'll have to check it out but I loved A Knights Tail, though sometimes I'm the only one. Plus he's the same man who brought us L.A. Confidential. I still have not seen it but I know what an impact that movie has given the industry. I'd be shocked if Legend isn't an instant classic just as that one seems to be. I'll have to check them both out the same day to see if I find any consistencies.