Adorable Children Reenact The 'Alien' Chestburster Scene

It's the cutest violence-against-children video you'll see this week. I hope. Poorly acted, edited, and art directed. Still much better than Alien: Resurrection.

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Here. Watch Some Pugs Re-Enact 'Home Alone'. Poorly.

They could have at least brought Daniel Stern back. The Pet Collective, a group of people that does this exact sort of thing, has done a not-exactly-shot-for-shot remake of Home Alone starring adorable baby pugs. Cuteness aside, the entire affair is riddled with low production values and ham-fisted acting. If they thought they were going to slide this in at year's end for awards consideration, they best think again. It's just not good enough.


E.T. Not All That Adorable In New Fan Trailer For ‘E.T-X’

They say hindsight is 20-20, and in hindsight, that E.T. was a real bastard. Or so posits this fan-made trailer. They say hindsight is 20-20, and in hindsight, that E.T. was a real bastard. Or so posits this fan-made trailer in which the original E.T. was actually a scouting mission so that, decades later, the aliens can invade and have their way with us. Using piecemeal clips from such gems as Deep Impact and The Siege, the creators of this trailer have created a world in which millions of E.T.'s with telescoping necks feast on humans. After about four minutes in, it's pretty clear that this may have been a better idea on paper than in practice. The creators of this clip did a pretty good job with the effects, juxtaposing E.T., Reese's Pieces, and even a grown-up Henry Thomas (Elliott). However, nothing about this really reads as funny or clever, but rather simply as a project that people put a lot of time into and adequately deliver. Yup, it's that much fun. The six-minute runtime is a little tedious, as well. I won't spoil the one good surprise in the clip. Just kidding. Of course I will. Deep Impact Morgan Freeman gets his head bitten off by an evil E.T. at 4:45. (Movie Line)


Enough Killer Children To Swear You Off Of Parenthood Forever

Cold blooded murder has never been so adorable. To coincide with the release of Joe Wright's little-blonde-girl-assassin movie Hanna (in theaters now), Vulture put together a montage of disturbing child murderers! It's actually kind of hypnotic to watch, strangely enough. You'd think it'd make ovaries shrivel up and sperm start swimming the other way, but I don't know, it's kind of making me want to raise a little rugrat of my own. A little ball of joy to coddle and teach to ride a bike, and how to hold an icepick. It's all in the angle, you see. You raise that thing high enough above your head, and you've got a deadl weapon! Any lower and you're just going to maim. This heartwarming montage contains clips from Children Of The Corn all the way to Orphan. And if you're going to complain that Orphan isn't a good example, you're even more of a nerd than me, AND you just helped spoil the ending of a terrible movie. (Vulture)


Zombie Acting Tips with Rob Corddry

Zombie action is all the rage these days, and this week Hal was lucky enough to sit down with the cast of the new zombie comedy Warm Bodies, to talk about zombies and how Rob Corddry may be the Daniel Day-Lewis of zombie acting.... until Daniel Day-Lewis tries zombie acting. Thanks to cast and crew of #WarmBodies - Tweet the video! http-// A funny new twist on a classic story, WARM BODIES is a poignant tale about the power of human connection. After a zombie epidemic, R (a highly unusual zombie) encounters Julie (a human survivor), and rescues her from a zombie attack. Julie sees that R is different from the other zombies, and as the two form a special relationship in their struggle for survival, R becomes increasingly more human -- setting off an exciting, and often comical chain of events that begins to transform the other zombies and maybe even the whole lifeless world. In theaters February 1. Official Site- http-// YouTube- http-// Facebook- https-// Twitter- https-// Tumblr- http-// Pinterest- http-// Instagram- http-// Spotify- http-// Don't forget- We upload new episodes of SJS every Thursday! As well as upload new Honest Trailers every other Tuesday! So make sure to- SUBSCRIBE! Got a tip? Email us at- Friend us on Facebook = http-// Follow us on Twitter = http-// ScreenJunkies Show Hosted by Hal Rudnick - Series Created & Directed by Andy Signore & Brett Weiner Zombie Acting Tips with Rob Corddry- Starring Rob Corddry, Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Dave Franco and Analeigh Tipton Directed by Jonathan Levine Written by Jonathan Levine, Rob Corddry, Hal Rudnick, Andy Signore & Brett Weiner Produced by Gabe Michael Executive Producer Mitch Rotter Edited by Dan Murrell Director of Photography Alex Rodriguez


Jason Bateman Masters The Art Of Swearing At Children In 'Bad Words' Trailer

We finally see the nasty underbelly of the Spelling Bee circuit. When a character in a movie swears profusely and creatively at children is a tried and true shortcut to a laugh. Sometimes the results are uproarious or a mildly satisfying chuckle. In the red-band trailer for Bad Words, Jason Bateman transcends the art of swearing at and around children. Go ahead, Bateman. Drop the mic. You've earned that right. Who would have known that Jason Bateman would be so great for this role? Jason Bateman, that's who. Bad Words is also his directorial debut, meaning he was a shoe-in for the role. Much to the chagrin of Paul Rudd, who really loves being a dick to kids too.


‘Cowboys & Aliens’ Trailer Delivers On Both

Attention all earthlings, the trailer for Jon Favreau's Cowboys & Aliens has finally landed. If you love cowboys and aliens and have always wished that through the use of movie magic both groups could be mashed together, well partner, this is your lucky day. Attention all earthlings, the trailer for Jon Favreau's Cowboys & Aliens has finally landed. If you lov cowboys and aliens and have always wished that through the use of movie magic both groups could be mashed together, well partner, this is your lucky day. You're gonna be happier than a pig in sh*t. Daniel Craig plays a stranger who finds himself in the small town of Absolution with a fancy bracelet around his wrist and no recollection of how it got there. Harrison Ford plays Colonel Dolarhyde (Colonel Assmoney?), whose furrowed brow and gravely voice suggests he doesn't take kindly to strangers. Olivia Wilde acts peculiar and looks hot. Then aliens show up for some reason and Craig in the town's only hope. Oooooh, THAT'S what the bracelet is for! Thought it just improved his golf swing.


Keanu Reeves Avenges An Adorable Puppy In 'John Wick'

They messed with the wrong guy's puppy. In John Wick, Keanu Reeves is harmlessly enjoying his retirement from contract killing by driving a muscle car and hanging out with a cute little puppy when trouble comes looking for him. You see, his muscle car is so impressive that Alfie Allen beats him up and kills his puppy before stealing the car from him. We can all agree that the puppy thing was unnecessary. Puppy murder is never okay despite what Allen may have learned from Game of Thrones. Now, he's got the world's most dangerous hitman on his back and we have an explosive action film about a man avenging the death of a puppy. It's honestly come to that. That's where we are now. A plotline that Hollywood hasn't touched on since the security guard from Mannequin.  I hope this is a runaway hit and it persuades Jason Statham to star in a movie about puppy mills. It could be called The Mill and have the tagline: Every dog has his day. It writes itself.


Adam Sandler Drops The Voices And Acts Reallyreallyreally Hard In 'Men, Women & Children' Trailer

We get to watch him shop for whores online. The Internet has pervaded modern life, and in case you don't ascertain that from your daily encounters with your phone and laptop, now director Jason Reitman is going to show you with his newest film, Men, Women, and Children starring Adam Sandler. The film is about the role technology plays in our interactions, but the trailer reads more like a PSA for Internet addiction with its silent, somber demonstration of people texting, typing, surfing their way to loneliness and isolation. Reitman has shown he is capable of wielding a deft hand in some instances (Up in the Air, Thank You for Smoking), but also willing to oversell matters (Juno, Young Adult) in others. It's hard to tell which camp this will fall into, but we have to say we like the idea of serious Adam Sandler getting whores much more than goofy Adam Sandler getting whores. If only because the goofy Adam Sandler would probably mistakenly pick up Rob Schneider in drag.