Ken Marino's Butt-Demon Keeps Killing People In 'Bad Milo' Red Band Trailer

A film for the annals of history. Sometimes excessive stress can cause intestinal problems like a demon that climbs out of your rectum and kills people. It is rare though. Ken Marino stars in Bad Milo as Duncan, a stressed out guy who finds himself suffering from a vengeful butt-demon. When Activia is unable to help him with this issue, Duncan attempts to befriend the creature and keep its insatiable appetite at bay. Think Little Shop of Horrors meets the bathroom scene from Dumb and Dumber.

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Kilowog Goes All Bad Teacher In First ‘Green Lantern’ Clip

No Lantern left behind, Kilowog. [post-album postid="15173" item="5"]If you want to be Green Lantern, you have to go through Kilowog first, as this clip from G4's"Attack of the Show" illustrates. Michael Clarke Duncan swung by the show to talk about having an awesome voice and portraying interstellar drill sergeant Kilowog. At first, I wasn't so hot on the Green Lantern, but the recent trailers and this clip have me getting kinda amped for it. Yes, it does look a bit like The Mask, but this clip could be far sillier than it is. All in all, it looks like a fun summer spectacle. Starring Duncan, Blake Lively, Mark Strong, Peter Sarsgaard, and Ryan Reynolds' head, Green Lantern opens in theaters June 17th. (Superhero Hype)


David Wain's Wanderlust Trailer Makes Hippies Likable

From a distance. If Wanderlust the film is as good as this new trailer, David Wain will have pulled ahead of the pack as the funniest director working today. The plot isn't anything we haven't seen before -- stressed out big city couple head out to the country. The difference here is the supporting cast. Justin Theroux, Joe Lo Truglio, Alan Alda, Kerri Kenney, and co-writer Ken Marino look to really dive into their roles to make life more awkward for Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston. Think of it as Green Acres with more casual nudity.


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It's almost here! It's almost here! AMC just released a fun little featurette that manages to have somehow raise my anticipation for Breaking Bad season 4 without divulging a single plot point. The various characters discuss the themes of the season, which seem to simply be amplifications of the themes of every season: Jesse's in a dark, sad place; Walt becomes almost 100% criminal, Skyler develops a taste for the lifestyle. Essentially, all this featurette really does is remind us of two things: all the different trajectories that were established over the first 3 seasons, and how well Breaking Bad tells those stories. It doesn't take much to get fans of the show excited for the new season. How do I know? Because these featurette gives us virtually nothing but a great reminder, and I'm excited.


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Oh yes. We went there. This trailer required a lot of honesty, because Breaking Bad isn't delivered in a nice little 90-minute package like most of the fanboy movies we send up. Consequently, we've got almost a five-minute runtime for this little number, but it's impossible to overdo the analysis for Breaking Bad (no it isn't), so runtime isn't really a factor. Anyway, our glass-is-half-empty outlook really pays off in spades when we need to get REALLY critical of the best show in the history of the medium (arguably). But we can all agree that some breasts wouldn't hurt the show. We can agree on that, right?


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Apparently only good-looking people were allowed to photograph South Africa after apartheid. I had no idea. I'm not down on Ryan Phillipe, Malin Akerman, or the abtastic Taylor Kitsch, but they aren't known as acting chameleons along the lines of Christian Bale or Gary Oldman, so to ask all three to adopt the notoriously difficult South African accent is a tall order. One that, predictably, goes unfilled in The Bang Bang Club. The movie center on photographers with the high-risk assignment of documenting the end of apartheid in South Africa in the early 90's. What could have been a compelling narrative ends up looking like the Deep Impact to The Blood Diamond's Armageddon. Phillipe, you're plenty handsome and a fine actor, but you're no Leo DiCaprio. Taylor Kitsch, you're plenty handsome...(awkward silence). If this was a fictional story, it wouldn't fall quite short of expectations (based on this trailer, anyway) but as the subject matter is real, it feels like the team fell short of their goal. Apparently only good-looking people were allowed to photograph South Africa after apartheid. I had no idea. (Playlist)