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    Trailers from Hell: Dan Ireland on Cinema's Great Troubled Production, 'Cleopatra,' Starring Taylor and Burton

    Box Office Busts! kicks off this week at Trailers from Hell, with director Dan Ireland introducing the most notorious budget-ballooning debacle in film history, Joseph L. Mankiewicz' "Cleopatra," starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.

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    Watch: David Sedaris Discovers Himself in First Trailer for 'C.O.G.'

    Premiering at this year's Sundance Film Festival, "C.O.G." tells the story of a recent Yale graduate who deviates from his parents' plan for him and ventures to an Oregon apple farm to pick fruit. "The Cider House Rules," this is not. "C.O.G." is based on one of David Sedaris' autobiographical short...

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    WATCH: Trailer for 'Blue is the Warmest Color,' Palme d'Or Winning Lesbian Romance (FRENCH)

    Check out this French trailer for Palme d'Or winner "Blue Is the Warmest Color," which was picked up for stateside release by IFC's Sundance Selects, which is likely screening the film at Telluride as well as Toronto before its opening October 25. The three hour film about a lesbian romance isn't el...

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    Trailers from Hell: Steve Senski on 1971 Horror Film 'Let's Scare Jessica to Death'

    TFH Fan Week with Steve Senski! concludes at Trailers from Hell, with Kickstarter backer Senski introducing John Hancock's "Let's Scare Jessica to Death," starring the mercurial Zohra Lampert as a former medical patient terrified she's losing her mind when she sees apparitions at a Connecticut farmh...

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    Watch: Isaiah Washington Goes On a Killing Spree in the Haunting Trailer for 'Blue Caprice'

    A haunting new trailer has been released for "Blue Sniper," a thriller from first-time feature director Alexandre Moors and first-time feature screenwriter R.F.I. Porto. Inspired by the Beltway Snipers rampage of 2002, "Blue Caprice" takes viewers back into the tension and horrors that plagued the W...

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    WATCH: First Trailer for Quietly Unnerving Beltway Sniper Drama 'Blue Caprice'

    Alexandre Moors' "Blue Caprice," which premiered earlier this year in the Sundance NEXT section, is a quiet, dread-inducing film following the man and young teen responsible for the Beltway sniper attacks in the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area in 2002. It stars a very good, creepily focused Isaiah...

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    LOOK: Artful Poster Series for Upcoming 'Short Term 12,' Starring Brie Larson (TRAILER)

    Destin Cretton's "Short Term 12," starring Brie Larson and John Gallagher Jr. as a couple working in a short-term unit for foster kids, has been receiving accolades since its debut at SXSW, where it won the Best Dramatic prize. The film hits theaters August 23. Check out the artful collection of pos...

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    WATCH: Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar and 'Mad Men''s James Wolk Find the Rhythm in 'Crazy Ones' Promo

    Check out the fun and, er, acoustic promo for "The Crazy Ones," a new TV comedy series with the tantalizing cast of Robin Williams, Sarah Michelle Gellar and James Wolk (aka the inscrutable Bob Benson of "Mad Men"). Watch below.

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    Trailers from Hell: Steve Senski on Robert Mulligan's 1972 Stylish Horror Film 'The Other'

    TFH Fan Week with Steve Senski! continues at Trailers from Hell, today with Kickstarter backer Senski introducing Robert Mulligan's 1972 horror film of good-seed and bad-seed twins, "The Other."

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    Trailer Watch: How I Live Now - Co-Written by Penelope Skinner

    How I Live Now, based on the novel by Meg Rosoff, stars Saoirse Ronan as Daisy, who is sent to live with her family in the English countryside. She falls for the boy next door just as World War III strikes. When they are invaded, Daisy must survive to keep her family together and find her boyfriend ...

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