New trailers!  Come on – you know as well as I do that the trailers are the best part of the movie!

So let’s take a look at what’s out there today.

First up is Baby on Board. This is not a genre film. I would go out on a limb and say that this is a massive pile of crap. Seriously.  I watched the trailer because of Heather Graham but now I wished I hadn’t.  Bleh.

Aliens in the Attic.  Okay – this is either the stupidest thing I’ve ever seen before or it’s the funniest and it’s going to make billions.  At 15, I would’ve been all over this movie and thought it was hilarious.  Family moves into house only to find that Aliens are living in the attic, and they’ve come to take over the world.  Kids decide to fight em – slapstick comedy ensues.  At the very least, this is a rental.  I don’t know that I’d pay $9 to watch it at the theater, but I totally would if I were 15…

Gamer.  Wow.  This looks good, and has a decent concept behind it; death row inmates are put through a life and death ‘game’ where people control them like you would your XBox or Playstation soldier.  Similar to Death Race in that, if you survive 30 ‘sessions’, you’re set free – something tells me that isn’t really the case and they’ll follow the Running Man/Death Race theme that the system is corrupt and the inmate can’t really ever get free.  Still, it looks like it’s really well done – definitely a ‘see in the theater’ sort of movie.

Because I’ve always loved the character, we also have a trailer for the new Sherlock Holmes film starring Robert Downey Jr.  I’m not sure if this is going to be good or not – they seem to be trying to make him less intellectual, more physical.  The trailer is interesting and it looks entertaining, but will it -be- Sherlock Holmes if it looks like Pirates of the Caribbean?

One that I didn’t think I wanted to see is Blood: The Last Vampire.  Then I saw a trailer, in English

Last on the list this week is the latest trailer for 9, not to be confused with Nine.  9 is from Tim Burton and it just looks so creepy, weird, wonderful and strange – everything you’d expect from Tim Burton in a movie (and he’s only producing it). This is a must see in the theater and take your friends.  I have really high hopes for this one because it just looks so cool and seems to have a decent plot/story.  Can’t wait.

That’s it for this week.