Today's New Movie Trailers: 'Only Lovers Left Alive,' Eli Roth's 'The Green Inferno,' and R-rated 'Charlie Countryman'

Today's New Movie Trailers: 'Only Lovers Left Alive,' Eli Roth's 'The Green Inferno,' and R-rated 'Charlie Countryman'

Nov 04, 2013

Charlie Countryman still

We may be in the early stages of November, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still share some trailers for movies featuring cannibals, vampires and Shia Labeouf -- wait, one of these things is not quite like the other… or maybe it is. Guess it all depends on how you feel about vampires.

Kidding aside, here are the latest clips for Eli Roth’s Green Inferno, Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive, and the Shia LaBeouf flick Charlie Countryman.

We kick things off with Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive, a vampire movie that appears to be in the vein of Tony Scott’s much-loved The Hunger. The feature boasts an all-star cast, with Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton headlining. As lovers of all things Jarmusch, we’re pretty stoked to finally get a chance to see Hiddleston and Swinton play a couple of centuries-old vamps rekindling their romance on the desolate streets of Detroit.

There’s no official release date for Only Lovers Left Alive yet, but have a gander at the trailer and see if these children of the night make wonderful music.

Next up, Eli Roth pays homage to the classic Italian cannibal flicks of the early '80s with his upcoming The Green Inferno – and as a card-carrying gore geek, I couldn’t be more excited for this film’s release.

Roth turned up on Jay Leno’s The Tonight Show on Halloween night. and the filmmaker brought along a new clip from the movie. There’s no gut munching happening in this preview, but it does feature a pretty harrowing plane crash, which is what causes our group of human hors d'oeuvres to run afoul of the flesh eaters in the first place. Look for it in 2014.

Finally, we finish up this day of dark clips with a new red-band trailer for the Shia LaBeouf vehicle Charlie Countryman. LaBeouf continues along his current “artistic and serious actor” path in the feature, which finds the actor playing a man who visits Romania and falls in love with one of the locals (Evan Rachel Wood). The only problem is, Wood’s character is still involved with what appears to be a mentally unhinged mobster portrayed by Mads Mikkelson, and TV’s Hannibal isn’t willing to just allow his lady friend to be swept up by LaBeouf.

Unlike the other trailers featured today, Charlie Countryman will actually be released this year – hitting theaters on November 15. Warning: The trailer is NSFW.

[via The Movie Box]




blog comments powered by Disqus

Facebook on