Dream a little dream. This trailer opens with a question that is the basis for the journey that this trailer will be taking us on.  Rosario Dawson’s character asks is James McAvoy’s character if he has ever been hypnotized before to which he answers “No, at least not that I […]

We have lift off. Ok, I initially stated that this blog would be only about critiquing and reviewing the trailers and not the films that the trailers are advertising.  But, for this trailer, I need to break that vow, but only slightly.  This is a very effective trailer with insanely […]

A haunting realism at sea. Sometimes a trailer comes along that is so abstract that you can’t help but be mesmerized by it.  That is how I felt about the trailer for Leviathan.  With nothing but the sounds of the fisherman’s sea as its soundtrack and the abstract images above […]

Poetry in three acts. Although I am well aware that this trailer has been out for a few weeks now, the reason that I am choosing The Place Beyond The Pines trailer as my first trailer blog is for two reasons.  The first is that I think it is a […]

A Mission Statement.   All of the trailer blogs that I see around the internet always seem to have one thing in common.  They tend to focus on what they think the movie will be like, as oppose to critiquing the trailer  as a piece of creative media separate from […]