Right at Your Door - Poster, Trailer
I first became aware of this movie by the awesome looking poster. A figure in a radiation suit with stuff that looks like snow falling, and the Hollywood sign in the background. A quote calls it an "apocalyptic thriller." Sounds good to me. Then I saw the trailer. The clip floored me. It looks absolutely thrilling, and completely terrifying. It shows a man and wife getting up in the morning, the wife leaves for work, then he hears the reports. The news reports numerous explosions around LA. They were dirty bombs, spreading poison. I would describe more, but you should see it for yourself. Don't worry, I don't think Jack Bauer has anything to do with this one, despite the LA setting.
Ten Dead Men - Poster, Trailer
This looks like it could be a lot of fun. Straight up B grade action flick from the UK. The trailer has no dialogue in it, but it plays up the action side of things. It is a revenge tale of a man whose life is destroyed by, you guessed it, ten men. He then sets out to make them the title of the movie: Ten Dead Men. It was directed by Ross Boyask, who displays his affection for other flicks by closing the trailer with that iconic scene from Pulp Fiction with two men looking down into an opened trunk.
Them - Poster, Trailer
No, not that crappy Wes Craven production from a few years ago, nor is it about giant radioactive ants. This Them hails from Europe and looks to be pretty scary, if the trailer is anything to judge it by. Not quite sure what it's about except that there is a couple at home who hear noises and then there are these figures in black terrorizing them. The trailer looks really creepy, promising a tension-filled time at the movies. I have seen a UK trailer and a domestic trailer. Overall, I think I like the domestic one better, but I believe the UK one has a much more effective finish.