Skip to main content

Trailer: Filth

How can this year not be the year of James McAvoy? He's already released two flicks this year, and here's a trailer for his latest endeavor. The man is on demand! Not to mention he still has the second installment of X-Men under his belt. I didn't understand where the plot was going based on the trailer alone, so I did a bit of reading about it.
A bipolar, bigoted junkie cop manipulates and hallucinates his way through the festive season in a bid to secure promotion and win back his wife and daughter. - IMDB
Okay...? Well, based on the trailer, he looks like he fits the role. Hopefully the movie turns out fine as well.


  1. This looks rather amazing, in one of those spastic, gross out shock value type exploitation films, and McAvoy is ON FIRE, so I'm all for this!

    1. It does look amazing, but the trailer doesn't give much about the storyline.

    2. Yeah, and I like that. I kind of hate trailers that give away the whole story. This basically tells you that it is a perverse ride...and leaves it at that.

      Also, just wanted to let you know how much I'm enjoying your blog and that I just nominated you for an internet award:


Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

My Movie Alphabet Volume 2

In celebration of the 7th birthday of her blog, Mettel Ray has hosted the second round of her movie alphabet blogathon! Head over to her site and join in the fun! I participated in her first blogathon, and had a blast writing this so I was definitely in the second time around. When I first made this list, I was just thinking off the top of my head and placed a few things in there for the sake of crossing off some letters. I did end up thinking a lot for this list, and I went with things that are currently relevant to me. I also tweaked the rules a little bit, only because I don't want to let go of some of my picks. I think this list is a much clearer reflection on where I am in terms of my preferences compared to my previous years.

Thursday Movie Picks: The Renaissance (14th to 17th Century)

Thursday Movie Picks is hosted by Wandering Through the Shelves. This week’s theme is renaissance movies. I rarely watch period pieces so I had researched if I was getting the time lines right. Here are my picks for the week.

No, You're Crying! Blogathon

Debbie over at Moon in Gemini is hosting the No, YOU'RE Crying! Blogathon. The rules are simple - talk about our favorite tearjerker films! Head over to her site for a list of participants and their subsequent entries. I had a bunch of movies that made it to my short list, but ultimately decided on the movie that I keep coming back to. That is Disney's The Fox and the Hound - and it does not fail to make me cry. Note: spoilers for the movie below.