Just when you thought you'd seen everything, here comes another 55 trailers of sick, depraved and hysterically brilliant movie previews from the golden age of Grindhouse Cinema! See! Depraved dwarves, delicious dominatrixes, kung-ku action, satanists, psychos, groovy chicks, vampires, college co-eds, super dudes, bikers from hell, disasters, euro thrillers, swinging couples, daring dobermans, killer cats.. and a glimpse into the end of the world! Grab friends and booze, tune in and turn on to some of the most mind warping action your eyes will ever experience!
The second pre-release trailer for Rooster Teeth's RWBY series - this one introduces Weiss Schnee.
The final pre-release trailer for Rooster Teeth's RWBY. This one introduces the last main character, Yang Xiao Long.
The first trailer for Rooster Teeth's new animation masterpiece RWBY. This trailer focuses on Ruby Rose.
The third pre-release trailer for Rooster Teeth's animation series RWBY. This one gives some background on Blake Belladonna.
When Micke announces he has just been accepted to a music school in another town, his gal pal Julia has an announcement of her own to make: she's going to Hollywood, if she can just get the job she's interviewing for that very afternoon.
Turn out the lights, break out the pop-corn and soda (spill a bit a couple hours in advance so the floors will be sticky), and pop this disc in for a your very own grindhouse experience.
Following the successful and critically acclaimed release of "Grindhouse Trailer Classics", Nucleus Films has managed to unearth a much-welcomed second batch of the craziest examples of cinematic sex, gore and violence ever to spill on to the screen. So prepare yourself for another two-hour trip back to the "gory" days of cult and exploitation cinema with GRINDHOUSE TRAILER CLASSICS 2, another crazy compilation of audacious theatrical promos for some of the most bizarre examples of the sleazy cinematic sub-genre known as "grindhouse".
"Fearless" the dog saves the day in this silent short.
In the late 70s and early 80s, films like MY BRILLIANT CAREER and BREAKER MORANT put Australia's 'New Wave' on the map. But at the same time, a depraved generation of young Aussie filmmakers was putting a very different kind of movie on screens. This is the ultimate collection of Ozploitation trailers, packed with ockers, knockers, pubes, tubes, comatose killers, outback chillers, high-octane disasters and kung fu masters, featuring such classics as: ALVIN PURPLE, PATRICK, WAKE IN FRIGHT, MAD DOG MORGAN, BARRY McKENZIE HOLDS HIS OWN, STUNT ROCK, STONE, FANTASM, ROAD GAMES, DEAD KIDS, FELICITY, TURKEY SHOOT, THIRST, BMX BANDITS, THE MAN FROM HONG KONG, DEAD END DRIVE-IN ...and many more!
The cast and crew of TRAILER: THE MOVIE take you on two trips. If any narrative can be capable of describing the first, it would be about two loser guys devoid of reason or restraint, who uncharismatically pick up two girls. It turns out these four are very much made for each other and for the rest of the film are free to run roughshod over the desert and then Hollywood. The second trip is through the dialogue, pulling snippets from famous films at (mostly) appropriate times. If you caught yourself recognizing any of them, give yourself a gold star. I am sure I missed over half of them, but the film's structure lets you know instantly that what you are hearing has got to be significant. My favorite reference was the classic "These are not the droids you're looking for" scene from STAR WARS. Ian and company obviously had a lot of fun making this film (as is evident from the very end shot), and I hope to see any future projects from them.
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For the first time ever on DVD you can now sit back and take a twisted trip back to the glory days of the sleazy 60s and 70s for a roaring rampage through a two-hour hand-picked collection of some of the most insane examples of trailer trash ever to slash and burn their way through a Grindhouse cinema projector.
This is a short film based on the 1979 film of the same name. The film is stylized with the actors wearing modernized robes and Roman jewelry and females playing male characters and vice-versa.
The boys head to Ireland after winning a contest to see Rush but are arrested by immigration and must perform a community service puppet show.
The fourth volume in the Trailer Trauma series is a marathon of madness featuring 268 of the best and rarest TV spots for some of the greatest and most obscure 70s theatrical horror and exploitation films and beyond. Over three hours of demented delirium that will leave you traumatized.
Leon and Elza try to escape an infested Raccoon City, and meet survivors and monsters in the process.
Legend of Zelda 1987 Trailer Spoof
Bubbles and the other boys get a letter from a TPB fan club president in Minneapolis, Minnesota to do a live show at the State Theatre for Christmas. Ricky goes along with it to make nice with Santa Jesus God after a rough-up the previous year, while Julian brings along Randy to sell 60/40 raffle tickets and make some money. Mr. Lahey sneaks along to spoil the boys' fun. A Netflix original production.
The Caucasian Doug (Steve Hedden) and the Afro-American Donnie (Andre Ware) simultaneously receive a letter with a surprising inheritance of lands. They travel and arrive in a trailer park that belonged to their unknown mother. Both losers and racists, they have difficulties to accept each other. But when a gore killer creature attacks them, they have to join forces to save their lives.