--- Video Killed - The horror anthology V/H/S has been out on demand and in theaters for a bit now but that hasn't stopped them from hyping it a lil' more and bless 'em for that because this new poster for the flick is a beautiful, beautiful thing. Bonus points for it openly and artistically expressing the film's troubling misogynistic under(over)tones.
--- Speaking of posters there's a new one for the latest Jimmy Bond flick Skyfall over at Slash and it's fine but it's got way too much suit on Daniel Craig for me to give it as much love as I might otherwise. Yes I know I say this every time, but this is just the price Dan has to pay for stardom. His ass is all of ours, forever. At least his suits are obscenely tight.
--- Giant Lizard - The dude who made the pretty great giant space monsters on a budget flick Monsters has been set to make a big-budget Godzilla movie for awhile; now we've got a release date (if nothing else) - May 2014!
--- The Voice - Penn Badgley already made a movie about Jeff Buckley, but there's been a second one set to film that would star Reeve Carney - now it looks like Reeves is out and there's a new director. I actually thought Carney was perfect casting, too. Much better than Penn (nothing against Penn, who can crawl into my bed anytime.)
--- Witch's Curse - Another sign that the Suspiria remake from David Gordon Green is in trouble (after hearing DGG's making a movie with Nic Cage first) - its lead, the much loved by us Isabelle Furhman, has just taken over a role in an indie drama called The Wilderness of James, replacing Chloe Moretz who's busy with the Kick-Ass sequel.
--- Hello Guvna - I've been ignoring all the lead-up hype to the next season of The Walking Dead because that's a show it's best to meet with tempered expectations - still, I can't quite ignore a nice crotch-level shot of David Morrissey, now can I? Not when we know what's under there.
--- Bit Hat Man - Nat takes on the trailer for Steven Spielberg's Lincoln, along with the strange way it got presented last night. I missed that business and managed to watch the trailer on its own and what struck me the most was Daniel Day-Lewis' spectacular voice work - I had no idea that voice was even coming from him at first. The movie looks in line with War Horse though, which I found exceptionally tedious.
--- I Know He Is - Love love love squared this heartfelt piece from a fellow admirer of Pee Wee Herman and Paul Reubens' awesomeness. I cosign everything - Paul Reubens forged my generation.