'Mama' Trailer: A Horrifying Look At Helicopter Parenting

"Ghostmom! You're embarassing us!!" In the Guillermo del Toro-produced Mama, Jessica Chastain trades her orange locks for a couple of kids who were raised in the wilderness by a ghost. One of them is nerdy and sensitive while the younger is pudgy and precocious. This is one impulsive and charming child raised by ghosts in the woods away from being a horror version of Alvin and the Chipmunks.

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I want you to punch me in the face as hard as you can. Prepare your eyes and ears from the trailer for Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip. Because parents of small children can't stop spending their money on these things, the fourth film in the franchise finds the vermin on a cross-country road trip where "anything can happen and usually does." Especially grating renditions of popular songs and Jason Lee getting paid $250,000 every time he screams. Seriously, parents. Save it for college.


Guillermo del Toro Talks Us Through The 'Pacific Rim' Trailer

In case the robots housing monsters weren't clear enough the first time around. We were all treated yesterday to our first good look at robots housing giant monsters when the trailer for Pacific Rim premiered. Now that enough time to drool has passed, MTV caught up with Guillermo del Toro to get an explanation about what the trailer shows. Also to discuss del Toro's fondness for punching giant monsters with the aid of elbow rockets, and how the finished film makes this preview look like Howard's End. I don't recall the punches in Howard's End being this awesome.


New 'Vacation' Trailer Raises The Dog Pee Sandwich Bar

Rusty Griswold is going to Wally World even if it murders him. If you're seeking to revitalize a comedy franchise like the Vacation films, you've got to up the gross out comedy ante to contend with today's offerings. And that's what has lead us Rusty Griswold and family bathing in raw sewage. The original series switched out its Rusty and Audrey characters in order to keep their ages consistent. This new series may have to switch out the kids for health reasons.


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Here comes the tickle monster! Miramax has released the trailer for Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, a horror film remake written and co-produced by scare guru Guillermo del Toro. I saw this first at Comic-Con (don't be jealous, it doesn't suit you), and I'll admit, the last part made me jump in my seat. But I'm still totally 100% man. They also screened a clip that dealt with teeth and a hammer. Use your imagination. Nope, it was still cooler than that. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark centers on a young girl who is sent to live with her father and his new girlfriend, and if that wasn't bad enough, she discovers creatures in her new home who want to claim her as one of their own. It's not to be confused with the old Nickelodeon show "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" even though I'm sure you can find almost the exact story in the archives. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark hits theaters January 21, 2011. Check out the trailer after the jump...


Haunting Survivor Tells Ghost Stories In 'My Amityville Horror'

The Amityville Horror has its share of detractors. Many refuse to believe the claims made by the Lutz and have written them off as a hoax. But no one can deny that Ryan Reynolds looked strange with that beard. The Amityville Horror has its share of detractors. Many refuse to believe the claims made by the Lutz and have written them off as a hoax. The movie update starring a bearded Ryan Reynolds didn't help matters either. But none of those naysayers had to live the nightmare that allegedly befell the Lutz Family. Now, thirty-two years after the original film, the eldest son Daniel has come forward to tell his side of the story. Though it might not silence the skeptics, the things he saw and the nightmare he has relived his entire life are all captured in this documentary. Hopefully through cheap-o "reenactment" footage with local actors who don't know what to do with their arms. (via Dread Central)


'Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension' Trailer Reveals The Demons

This promises to be the shakiest camera work yet. Just yesterday it was announced that the oft-delayed Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension would be the final in the series, and today we have a trailer. It looks like it was worth the wait. The sixth film focuses on a family that discover mysterious videotapes and an old video camera in their new house. They soon find that peering through the camera's lens reveals the demons that have remained heretofore invisible to the viewer. With this added level of terror, it's promised to be the shakiest camera work yet.