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Trailer Report: March 23, 2005


So, a few new trailers/teasers have recently made it to the web, and whaddya know, they just happen to fit within our beloved genre! Enclosed are the titles of the newest horror trailers/teasers, along with links so you can sit back, relax, and develop an opinion on whether or not the following films "look good":

Amityville Horror Trailer 2


War of the Worlds Teaser 2

Red Eye

In my humble opinion, all of these films look pretty good-I'm actually shocked that none seem to be lacking too much. I have to say that visually, Red Eye looks like the best of the bunch. No, it won't have effects rivaling that of War of the Worlds, but it does look to be the creepiest. Then again, I have no clue what it's about, as the trailer doesn't shed too much light on what the actual story entails. I guess we'll all have to find out who the supreme ruler will be out these four when they each hit theatres.

Anything that could have been

Anything that could have been one thing we should ever be wanting to get the hang of should actually be enough for us to buy time. - Dennis Wong YOR Health

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