Love Hurts Like A Bitch In 'Like Crazy' Trailer

The Sundance sensation heads to theaters October 28th. [post-album postid="11592" item="5"]The Sundance hit Like Crazy is gearing up for a limited release on October 28th. Just in time to get those Anton Yelchin masks out for Halloween. Though there's been a lot of write-up about the indie, this is our first glimpse of a trailer. In the film Yelchin plays an American student who talks so goddamned low that you can't understand a word of this trailer. He falls in love with his British classmate played by Felicity Jones as she's the only one who can make out what he's trying to say. Their relationship suffers when she violates her visa and must return to England. Looks pretty good if you're into crying and sun-flare. Still though, speak up Yelchin! Sound guys can only do so much.

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A romantic comedy that doesn't immediately look like garbage? I was as surprised as you are. The new ensemble romantic comedy Crazy Stupid Love has a shiny new trailer, and it looks better than the usual crop of mid-to-upper level romcoms. Steve Carell heads a top notch cast including Julianne Moore, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Kevin Bacon, and Marisa Tomei. The film appears to be about a recently divorced/separated man (Carrel) who gets a bit of a "Hitch" treatment from younger, suaver, and all around alpha-er male Ryan Gosling. Oh, and then Emma Stone shows up and I got all distracted and couldn't focus on anything else that happens. It's directed by Bad Santa duo Glenn Ficarra and John Requa and comes out July 29th.


Watch The First Episode Of 'Girl Crazy'

Written by and starring Elisha Yaffe and Dan Cohen. Considering most of the Screen Junkies staff is made up of former PR reps and current porn addicts, the word "pride" doesn't come up too often 'round these parts. Nonetheless, we take great pride in presenting the first episode of Girl Crazy for your viewing pleasure. Written by and starring Elisha Yaffe and Dan Cohen, Girl Crazy is an original comedy series about shy, neurotic guys and the girls they are too afraid to talk to. If that sounds like it was copied right from the show's website, that's because it was. Like I said, some of us used to be in PR. The show features an ensemble cast including Codi Fischer, Ann Maddox, Holly Prazoff (UCB LA), Alison Becker (Parks & Rec), and Jenna Lyng. More importantly, it's very funny. So watch it, and when you're done, click here to check out some Girl Crazy shorts.


'Ash Vs. The Evil Dead' Trailer Is The Good Kind Of Crazy

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Introducing the Jump Scare of the Day™, a new recurring feature here at Screen Junkies designed to push you closer and closer to the brink of a nightmare-fueled insanity and/or incontinence. By Jared Jones Introducing the Jump Scare of the Day™, a new recurring feature here at Screen Junkies that is most certainly *not* a blatant attempt to cash in on the horror-centric frightfest that October has become. So just throw that notion right out of your head. For the next 30 days, we will be providing you Screen Junkards with a routine dose of heart-stopping terror from some of our favorite horror films both old and new, with the hope that each successive offering will push you closer and closer to the brink of a nightmare-fueled insanity and/or incontinence. First up, we give you the "nurse scene" from The Exorcist III (1990). Not to spoil it, but let's just say that things does not end well for the titular nurse. If you have any suggestions for what tomorrow's scene should be, give us a shout over at @screenjunkies with the hashtag #jumpscare.


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