/Trailer Trash! – New Hateful, Alice, London Trailers to Feast On!

Trailer Trash! – New Hateful, Alice, London Trailers to Feast On!

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Good morning folks! What a fun day we have today! In the last 48 hours, three brand new trailers for major films have dropped, including Quentin Tarantino’s Hateful 8 (We will be covering the shit out of this movie as it nears release date!), and the sequel to Olympus Has Fallen, starring Gerard Butler.

First though, my most anticipated film for a while (with the exception of anything Star Wars or Marvel or DC related), The Hateful 8. This second trailer looks awesome. (Be sure and watch it in HD!)

Then, there’s London Has Fallen, which sees Gerard Butler’s version of John McClane going to the UK to foil an attempt to do something bad to the US President again. Seriously, that President should just stay deep down in a bunker somewhere. Pure B-movie escapism is what London Has Fallen is offering, and its kind of stupid is right up my alley.

Lastly today, the sequel to one of the worst Disney adaptations I’ve had the misfortune to sit through – Alice In Wonderland – has another trailer. Alice Through The Looking Glass sees the return of all your favourite bastardised characters, including Johnny Depp’s Mad Hatter, as well as Aussie actress Mia Wasikowska as Alice, and screechy Mrs Tim Burton as the Queen of Hearts. Sigh.

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Normally detesting these kinds of bios, Rodney’s keen love of film more often outclasses his ability to write convincingly about them.

Never blessed with a body worthy of a porn star, nor being the heir to a wealthy industrialists fortune, nor suffering the tragedy of having his parents murdered outside a Gotham theater, Rodney is, contrary to popular opinion, neither Ron Jeremy, JD Rockefeller, or Batman.

As a serious appreciator of film since 1996, Rodney’s love affair with the medium has continued with his online blog, Fernby Films, a facility allowing him to communicate with fellow cineasts in their mutual love of all things movie.