Sean Davis
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Sean Davis

Sean lives in San Diego county, but often finds himself in dangerous, sinister places, like Canada and the Midwest. He has a bachelor's degree in Creative Media from Graceland University and a diploma in screenwriting from the Vancouver Film School. Most of the food he doesn't like is due to the texture, not the taste.

the conjuring
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The new trailer for The Conjuring holds all the same horror tropes as of late. Small silences punctuated by sudden shrieks and pleasant, familiar domiciles perverted into evil hiding places. We’ve seen most of this before.

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Footage and trailers of Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us have been trickling out for the last few months, but the freshly released red band trailer focuses on character and story with very little gameplay footage.

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A Single Shot brings together a wealth of indie stalwarts, including Sam Rockwell, William H. Macy, Melissa Leo and Jeffrey Wright.

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After battling a grotesque beast atop an impossibly large living behemoth, after ripping apart a cyclops at the seams, after snapping inputs at epically choreographed quick time button sequences, after showering in bucket after bucket of blood and viscera, after another square, square, triangle, square, square, triangle, square, square, triangle… I can’t help but feel as if I’ve done this all before.

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The numbers tick by in the rocky new theatrical trailer for The Numbers Station.  John Cusack and Malin Akerman find themselves at the center of a vie for total covert assassination dominance.  While action thrillers with political intrigue and global repercussions seem to be the go-to, this particular take may show

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Star Wars Zac Efron
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The sweeping green fields of Iowa’s cornfields set the backdrop for At Any Price, the new family drama starring Dennis Quaid and Zac Efron.  The film certainly seems to capture the true blue of America’s heartland: the dirt of rugged farm hands and the grease of the NASCAR track.  For

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30 independently developed video games across a collection of genres have been filtered down from the hundreds of eligible games.  The juries have announced the finalists for the 15th Annual Independent Games Festival.  Highlights of the chosen few are Dennaton Games’ Hotline Miami, the ultra-violent, retro-synth twitch out, Subest Games’

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Just weeks after the release of the Star Trek Into Darkness announcement teaser, we get the full official teaser trailer for the summer sci-fi spectacular. This trailer, clocking in at 1:55 (over 50 seconds longer than the previous announcement), boasts more action, more drama, and more lens flares than you can

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After sending us reeling with a behemoth of a trailer for Pacific Rim only days ago, Guillermo Del Toro doesn’t let up as he now provides inside commentary on the new preview.  Del Toro sat down with MTV’s Josh Horowitz to provide a shot-by-shot breakdown of all the glorious robot

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Jessica Chastain in Kathryn Bigelow's Zero Dark Thirty
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The cinematic hunt for Bin Laden is fast approaching in Zero Dark Thirty and a new trailer for the spy-thriller has just been released.  Riding the buzz from the recently announced Golden Globe nominations, this trailer focuses on Jessica Chastain’s CIA Agent Maya and her mission to find the infamous

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