Terrence Malick’s To The Wonder Scores a Lovely Trailer

Terrence Malick is perhaps the most unique American filmmaker working today. Meticulous yet wandering, his work is instantly identifiable. A brief clip or even a shot from any one his movies screams “Malick”–a surefire sign of an artist doing his own thing and doing it damn well. And the trailer for his newest film To The Wonder is no exception. It is utterly gorgeous. Check it out after the jump.

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Sci-Fi Flick “Love” Is Space Odyssey Meets Tom Delonge. Yet It Might Work.

Everyone’s talking about it on the internets today, why shouldn’t I? Upcoming sci-fi flick Love looks like a goddamn gorgeous homage to 2001. I’m a sucker for them. If it can put its on stamp on the mythos like Moon or Sunshine? Visual porn for me. But the craziest part about this project? For a dismissive asshole like me? It’s being scored and produced by Tom DeLonge of Blink-182 and Angels and Airwaves.

Bah? The trailer is friggin’ gorgeous, and the score that accompanies it also rules. Sign me up.

Hit the jump for the trailer.

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DEFEAT. 011 – Poor Vanessa

[DEFEAT. is Rendar Frankenstein’s truest attempt at fiction.   Presented in weekly episodes, the novella tells the tale of Daryl Millar – a hero who dies at the intersection of pop culture, science-fiction, war epic, and fantasy]




“Daryl Millar, the good-looking guy I met at work today.”

“At Game World? Damn, Vanessa, you must be desperate.”

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