Dark Shadows trailer

Voodoo Ben

The African Dream
#1
[video=youtube;WQoyLSM68cw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQoyLSM68cw[/video]

looks pretty good, even though i don't like the idea of it being a dark comedy.
 

justifyyourgarb

You drab South Bend cocksuckers are all the same.
#2
Barnabus is a vampire. HOW DO THEY EXPECT HIM TO KNOW HOW A TELEVISION WORKS!?!?!

Looks like a winner*. Didn't see her in the trailer, but I'm guessing Helena Bonham Carter is in it.


*sarcasm
 

LiddyRules

The 9/11 Moon Landings Were An Outside Job
#3
I haven't watched the trailer yet, but Tim Burton... ugh.

Though Eva Green is sexy.
 
#4
Written by the same guy who wrote Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter.

I don't think I've ever seen Dark Shadows the TV show, but the fanboy hatred of this trailer seems to be pretty loud.
 

LiddyRules

The 9/11 Moon Landings Were An Outside Job
#5
I didn't know there was much in the way of Dark Shadows fanboys.
 

mascan42

Registered User
#6
"Reveal yourself, tiny songstress!" :smackhead:

Fucking douche chills.
 

Badfinger

I shot the sheriff
#8
In that 2 minute preview I went from "this is a bad idea" to "this might be pretty funny with the 70's twist" back to "this is a bad idea."
 

Your_Moms_Box

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#9
Barnabus is a vampire. HOW DO THEY EXPECT HIM TO KNOW HOW A TELEVISION WORKS!?!?!

Looks like a winner*. Didn't see her in the trailer, but I'm guessing Helena Bonham Carter is in it.


*sarcasm
she was in it a few times... the one with the bad red wig

Sent from my rooted Liquid Thunderbolt with my thumbs.
 

Neon

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#10
Wow, a desaturated, chalky faced Johnny Depp in a Tim Burton movie based off of an old franchise? THAT NEVER HAPPENS!!!

I hate Tim Burton with a passion nowadays.
 

Bobobie

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#11
I'll wait for when it's in the $10 bin at the local Dollar Store.
 

BIV

I'm Biv Dick Black, the Over Poster.
#13
Maybe a $1 Redbox. Maybe.
 

LiddyRules

The 9/11 Moon Landings Were An Outside Job
#15
Do Dollar Stores have $10 bins?
 

Neckbeard

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#16
My first thought was I can't wait to watch the Half in the Bag review of it.

Tim Burton is such a lazy hack.
 

LiddyRules

The 9/11 Moon Landings Were An Outside Job
#17
I seriously can't think of any reason to watch this, unless someone else is footing the bill. But just watching it for the sake of watching it? I can't imagine putting it on Netflix, watching it on Instant, downloading it, etc.
 

lockjaaaaww

All out of Bubble Gum.
#18
All I have to hear is Time Burton and I know I won't see it. The world is going to end when he makes an original film without Johnny Depp.
 

Neon

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#19
My first thought was I can't wait to watch the Half in the Bag review of it.

Tim Burton is such a lazy hack.
Mike and Jay really need to start their own Rifftrax-type thing. I'd watch all these movies just for that.

I seriously can't think of any reason to watch this, unless someone else is footing the bill. But just watching it for the sake of watching it? I can't imagine putting it on Netflix, watching it on Instant, downloading it, etc.
My friend on Facebook says that Tim Burton died in 2004 and was replaced with some piece of shit hack. I don't disagree (although I did like Sweeney Todd, but not really because of anything that Burton brought to the table)
 
#20
Wow, a desaturated, chalky faced Johnny Depp in a Tim Burton movie based off of an old franchise? THAT NEVER HAPPENS!!!

I hate Tim Burton with a passion nowadays.
I have been hating Tim Burton since 2001. Happy to have you as a member of the club.
 

Neon

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#21
I have been hating Tim Burton since 2001. Happy to have you as a member of the club.
I liked Big Fish, and that was 2003, but I've been on the Burton hate train for a while. I think Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is an abomination, and to call it unoriginal would be a massive understatement, and I still claim that his Alice in Wonderland is probably one of the 5 worst movies I've ever seen and I'm not even joking or exaggerating. I thought it was THAT bad. There's a long post I wrote somewhere around here after I watched it for the first time.


EDIT: Found it.
 

LiddyRules

The 9/11 Moon Landings Were An Outside Job
#22
I too have expressed my Jason Ellis-level EXTREEEEEEME hatred towards Alice in Wonderland. Seriously. We get it. Victorian-era Brits were stuffy. Did Alice really need to become some sort of female empowerment tale about becoming a chick becoming banker in a world of "Why I Never!"s?? The Mad Hatter didn't need a god damned tragic backstory.
 

Your_Moms_Box

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#23
I think Burton does a lot better when he is doing more original work.

Pee-Wee
Big Fish
Beetlejuice
Edward Scissorhands
Mars Attacks
Ed Wood

I happened to really really like Sweeney Todd too.

I also think Batman was really good.


But his more recent trend of remaking films doesn't do much for me.


I will most likely see this because Johnny Depp makes my wife wet though.
 

Neon

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#24
I too have expressed my Jason Ellis-level EXTREEEEEEME hatred towards Alice in Wonderland. Seriously. We get it. Victorian-era Brits were stuffy. Did Alice really need to become some sort of female empowerment tale about becoming a chick becoming banker in a world of "Why I Never!"s?? The Mad Hatter didn't need a god damned tragic backstory.
It is also a case of large budget and star studded cast actually making the movie worse. With those things at your disposal, there is absolutely no excuse to produce such a bland piece of recycled garbage.
 
#25
I liked Big Fish, and that was 2003, but I've been on the Burton hate train for a while. I think Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is an abomination, and to call it unoriginal would be a massive understatement, and I still claim that his Alice in Wonderland is probably one of the 5 worst movies I've ever seen and I'm not even joking or exaggerating. I thought it was THAT bad. There's a long post I wrote somewhere around here after I watched it for the first time.


EDIT: Found it.
I knew from what Burton did to The Planet of the Apes, not to trust him with a remake. Or as he likes to call them, "a re-imagining."
 
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