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News: Recut Movie Trailers - Horror Versions

It's often said an editor can do anything with the footage he or she is given.  The following collection of trailers proves this point.   We are all familiar with these films, some are comedies, some are family dramas, and some are animated children's movies but what unites them all here today is them being RE-CUT into full blown HORROR MOVIES.

News: Star Trek 2 Teaser - J.J. Abrams Movie

The Star Trek franchise continues with this follow-up to 2009's reboot. J.J. Abrams returns to direct from a script by Damon Lindelof, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman. The cast and crew of the Enterprise come back for a second tour of duty along with acclaimed actor Benedict Cumberbatch making his Trek debut as their most daunting threat yet.

News: Total Recall - Movie Trailer & Poster

Here is the video within the film that advertises the TOTAL RECALL service. Here is a modern recut version of the Total Recall Trailer. Here is the original Total Recall Trailer. They have announced a remake of this film which I believe is already in production with Colin Farrell playing the Schwarzenegger part.

News: Zardoz

Below is the psychedelic movie trailer for "Zardoz"   Yes that is Sean Connery not Burt Renolds. This movie is essential watching to see what happens to you when you take too many drugs. <> 

News: The Exorcist

Here is a very rare movie trailer for "The Exorcist".  This version was taken down because of the stroboscopic nature of the images.  I think ultimately it was too intense for an average viewer. The final release theatrical trailer. Here is the re-release movie trailer for "The Exorcist - The Version You've Never Seen"

News: Fantasia 2000 (2000)

Here are 8 video clips from the feature film "Fantasia 2000" Fantasia 2000 is a 1999 American animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures. A sequel to 1940's Fantasia, the film is the thirty-eighth animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics. It premiered in the United States on December 17, 1999. As with its predecessor, the film visualizes classical music compositions with various forms of animation and live-action introductions. Se...

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