Red Band Trailers Galore: 30 Days of Night, Shoot Em Up, Superbad and Resident Evil 3
by Alex Billington
August 2, 2007
We most certainly love our R-rated movies here at FS.net, and today we present to you a feast of 4 of the very best red band (R-rated) trailers for 4 of the very best upcoming R-rated movies: 30 Days of Night, Shoot 'Em Up, Superbad, and Resident Evil: Extinction. Unfortunately due to MPAA requirements, we're not allowed to host these trailers here for you, you must head to the respective website to watch them. But I will say they are WELL worth it! The 30 Days of Night trailer alone is intense and incredible - the film just looks like it'll be amazing. Read on to find out where to see all of them!
To watch the red band trailers, click the photos below which will take you to the film's website. You will need to verify your age (18+) to be able to watch them.
30 DAYS OF NIGHT
This trailer really shows just how brutal and violent this vampire movie will be. The original approved for all audiences trailers don't really show how fantastic this movie actually looks, it's only this one (with an extended clip at the end as well) that really shines. It seems like we have a vampire film on our hands that may just re-ignite that entire genre come this fall.
SHOOT 'EM UP
Although I've seen this movie, it's the R-rated violence, intensity, action, and yes, even sex, that ramps this movie up to its brilliant level. You need to see for yourself what it'll be all about, and this is the true introduction to how incredible Shoot 'Em Up will be when it hits theaters in September for everyone to see.
Another movie I've already seen and this red band trailer let's you see just a little bit of how raunchy and funny it really is. This is why I love these trailers - it's not a watered down version of what you'll see in the theaters, it's the exact version that in the end turns out to be what makes it so damn good.
RESIDENT EVIL: EXTINCTION
Although I'm not exactly sold on how good this third Resident Evil will be, the trailer is at least a good R-rated look into how entertaining Milla Jovovich can be when she goes on a zombie killing rampage.