Archive for the Featurette Category

Where the Wild Things Are (Featurette)…

Posted in Featurette, Movies on July 29, 2009 by Matt

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Check out this interesting featurette on the upcoming movie.  If gives you a little bit history on the children’s story and a behind the scenes look on the set of the movie.

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Everything Watchmen…

Posted in Animation, Comics, Commercials, Featurette, Movie Clips, Movie Trailers, Movies, Superheroes, Television on February 18, 2009 by Matt

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This will be my final post on the Watchmen movie.  Here are all the TV spots, video journals, and movie clips that have been released up until today.  I have also included a link to iTunes, if you have not checked out the Watchmen Motion Comics (NOTE: You will have to purchase each episode in order to watch them in their entirety).

First off, click here to check out the Watchmen Motion Comics.  The twelfth and final chapter of the motion comic will be released on Monday, February 23.

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TV Spots

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Spot #4

Spot #5

Spot #6

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Video Journals

Journal #1 – Sets and Sensibility

Journal #2 – Costumes

Journal #3 – Stunts

Journal #4 – Dave Gibbons

Journal #5 – The Owl Ship

Journal #6 – The Look of Watchmen

Journal #7 – Blue Monday

Journal #8 -Girls Kick Ass

Journal #9 -Attention to Detail

Journal #10 -The Minutemen

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Clips

Clip #1

Clip #2

Clip #3

Clip #4

Clip #5


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New Watchmen Featurette…

Posted in Comics, Featurette, Movies with tags on December 31, 2008 by Matt

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Check out the latest Watchmen featurette here.  All I have to say is that 20th Century Fox has got to idiotic and moronic for wanting to halt a movie, that could quite possibly be a box office smasher and the biggest winner of 2009.  But no, they want to ruin Watchmen fans, comic book fans, and even the general theater-goer’s movie experience by delaying the release of the movie.  20th Century Fox MUST be stopped.  They don’t know it, but I’m giving them the middle finger right now…