About 15 years ago, I distinctly remember hearing a radio broadcast that was unlike anything I’d heard before. It wasn’t the usual talk show, news, sports, call-in, top 40 type show. It was engaging. It was a well-crafted story, yet non-fictional. It was refreshing in a landscape of RF wasteland. It was my “driveway moment” 1. It was This American Life.
There’s a special place in my heart for dystopia. I chalk it up to years of pentecostal, end-times, tribulation fervor. Here’s a great list to add to your favorite movie queue:
My bro-in-law (he pronounces it “bra”, as per young and colloquially hip) recommended I read Cormac McCarthy’s The Road. I finally picked up the novel a few weeks ago was glad I did. It was beautiful in its desolation.
“Whatever happened to the trailer roundups,” you ask? That’s what I’d like to know.
Let’s all go to the movies! Continue reading “Trailer Roundup (vol. 11)”
This week, it’s the second trailers, “sequels” if you will, for a couple I’ve posted about earlier.
We start this week’s trailer roundup with Wall-E, Pixar’s latest piece of genius:
Yes I know, this is a week late. So I’ve got quite a few trailers for you, fellow trailer fan: