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We all know that one person who really needs underwear that absorbs the smell of their gas who fart all the time and don’t even seem to notice, if you don’t know that person than it’s you.  These bad boys are for men and woman and could really help you out on a date.  Check them out here and order me a few pairs if you’re going to get some (they are for a friend I swear) _Andrew

TRAILER-WATCHIN’ WEDNESDAY – Sisters, The Good Dinosaur, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi


Bringing you another fresh helping of fine film trailers to take the edge off of your mid-week. It IS Trailer-Watchin’ Wednesday after all.. Dig in!

Opening up with a comedy that pairs up two queens of hilarity: Tina Fey and Amy Poehler in Sisters.

Moving onto a family feature. I was impressed with the cute teaser for The Good Dinosaur, but I’m really glad for a closer look at the story of this animated film.

From cute to killer, who knew Jim was such a bad ass, right? Take a look at the military action flick with John Krasinski and a long title: 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.

And for good measure, here are the two BIG trailer drops from last week. Unfortunately there weren’t both available by Wednesday, but they’re just dying to be watched now!

So what’s it going to be? One? Or ALL OF THEM? ~Steve

TRAILER-WATCHIN’ WEDNESDAY – Best of Comic-Con Trailers


Comic Con 2015

It’s been a couple of weeks since the last Trailer-Watchin’ Wednesday, so we’re bringing you an XL helping of fresh preivews direct from San Diego Comic Con! If you scour the internet you may still find lo-res leaks of Deadpool, X-Men Apocalypse, and few others. I was lucky enough to catch the screening of a new Hunger Games: MockingJay Pt2 trailer in the infamous “Hall H”, but so far I haven’t even seen a leak out for it. It’s worth the wait.

Message from District 13

I also want to make sure you’re paying attention to the Minority Report show premiering this fall. I was able to watch the first 20 minutes and it really looks great.

This week we’ll dive into the top 3 film trailers and top 3 TV previews, starting with the big screen.

DC Trinity

The biggest punch comes at you first, with a look at Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice that finally connects the events of Man of Steel directly to the non-sequel sequel. And just the way I’d hoped too: Bruce Wayne was IN Metropolis when Zod and Kal-El went toe-to-flying-toe. Take a look.

The next trailer is quite connected to the first; finally a DC Comics cinematic universe! Sink your grill-covered teeth into Harley Quinn The Movie, I mean Suicide Squad. So many tiny detailed to get excited about!

The next clip isn’t a trailer in the traditional sense, but it sure gives me chills in anticipation anyways. Enjoy the Star Wars: The Force Awakens Comic-Con Reel.

Ash vs Evil DeadWolves Not Far

Now off to TV land! One brand new based on a movie series, one restarting after 4 seasons and years of hiatus, and another going strong into its 6th season. They are Ash vs Evil Dead on the Starz Network, Heroes Reborn on NBC, and AMC’s The Walking Dead, respectively. Disclaimer: there be blood and guts ahead.

Which Comic-Con trailer or preview catches your eye the most? ~Steve

TRAILER-WATCHIN’ WEDNESDAY – Dragon Blade, PA: The Ghost Dimension, Kung Fu Panda 3


Back with another one o’ them block-rockin Trailer-Watchin’ Wednesdays! We’re jumping genres today, so strap in.

With Jackie Chan and John Cusack (and to a lesser degree Adrien Brody) leading the cast, I was expecting something a little more Shanghigh Noon from Dragon Blade. But by the end of the trailer… well you should just watch for yourself.

Who loves found-footage based horrors?! *crickets* Ok, they’re a bit overnumerous these days, but I’ve still got love for the Paranormal Activity series. A bit. This one seems to be trying to take a page out of the Insidious book. Here’s a taste of Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension.

Big jump this time! From horror to totally wholesome, it’s the return of everyone’s favourite martial arts panda! Kung Fu Panda 3.

Which movie do you want to watch first? ~Steve

TRAILER-WATCHIN’ WEDNESDAY – The Secret Life of Pets, Zootopia, The Peanuts Movie


Welcome to the ALL-ANIMATED edition of Trailer-Watchin’ Wednesday! Let’s take a look at some coming-soon toons.

First up to the plate is a film I hadn’t heard of before today, but about something I’ve pondered countless times: The Secret Life of Pets.

And leaving the house and heading to the zoo, I give you Zootopia. But wait, it’s not about a zoo filled with gawking humans. It’s about the world WITHOUT humans.

Finally we take a look at a movie with a whole host of familiar faces, and presumably adults who sound like horns: The Peanuts Movie.

Which animated trailer do you like best? ~Steve

TRAILER-WATCHIN’ WEDNESDAY – Mockingjay P.2, Z for Zachariah, The Martian


Welcome back to Trailer-Watchin’ Wednesday! Kick your feet up, adjust your slacks for optimum comfort, and take some time just for you to check out some awesome-looking coming soons.

Nice to see a post-apocalyptic film starting with the letter Z that doesn’t have anything (that we know of) to do with zombies. Don’t get me wrong, I do love undead flicks, but Z for Zachariah does look like a breath of fresh air.

At firts I drew a lot of similarities between this trailer and Interstellar, but after watching through the trailer, The Martian looks to stand on it’s own sci-fi feet.

And the big one, likely to make all the money ever at the box office: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2.

Which trailer is the best of the best? ~Steve

TRAILER-WATCHIN’ WEDNESDAY – The Good Dinosaur, American Ultra, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation


I admit it right off the bat, this edition of Trailer-Watchin’ Wednesday is incomplete. That’s because I want to show you the new Mission Impossible trailer… but it’s not out until tomorrow. MOVING ON THEN!

There was a meeting way back when where all of the beloved Pixar movie ideas sprang from. But all of those ideas have been made into movies already. That makes it so much more exciting when they announce something new, like The Good Dinosaur.

Next up is Bella Swan and Lex Luthor in a strange pot-fueled murder tale called American Ultra. There’s a redband trailer out there as well for anyone interested..

Tomorrow comes a brand new trailer for Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation and I hate waiting. So in the meantime here is the initial teaser with that crazy plane take-off stunt.

Which trailer does it for ya? ~Steve

UPDATE! Here’s that new MI:5 Trailer for ya…

TRAILER-WATCHIN’ WEDNESDAY – The Gallows, Point Break, Batkid Begins


This edition of Trailer-Watchin’ Wednesday is gonna get your waterworks flowing. Don’t believe me? Let’s dive in!

As much as ANOTHER found-footage horror movie makes me groan, I still watch them and end up enjoying. The hand-held style just brings me right into the action. So with a groan and a grin, here’s the trailer for The Gallows.

The seccond trailer is the second-telling of… Point Break. Wait, what? I hope Anthony Kiedis gets another role.

And here’s the serious tear-jerker. If you don’t already know the background of Miles aka Batkid, welcome to sobtown. Check out the very real story of Batkid Begins. Told ya.

Which trailer grabbed your eye? ~Steve



Bringing another trio of movie trailers for you to check out during your mid-week downtime. Don’t have any downtime? Make some for Trailer-Watchin’ Wednesday!

We may have already seen a trailer for Pixels (and scoffed at it), but the second look actually shows a little something something. Feeling any better about it?

As we get into our second trailer, I’d like to pose a question. People seem to get their knickers twisted about superhero movies coming out or being rebooted too quickly. And yet no one complains about a Peter Pan movie or mini-series or live-on-tv production coming out every season? Regardless, Pan does look pretty darn good. Take a look:

“Oh, it’s a bit upsetting at the end, isn’t it?” I am waiting with baited breath on pins and needles for this documentary called Amy. I was ravenous for Amy Winehouse music, waiting eagerly for the next album or single, until some really bad news hit. This documentary covers just about every day of the tragic journey she took.

Which trailer is number one to you? ~Steve


Sure Michael Jackson’s life was full of controversy, but you can’t deny he gave us so much amazing music that will live on forever, people 50 years from now will still know his name. Along with great music came great noises, here‘s a video of all the random noises MJ made in all of his music _Andrew