Trailer Park: Jennifer Aniston Does Things to a Banana, Our Traffic Skyrockets

In this week’s Trailer Park we gleefully note that, despite at least five reasons to believe the contrary, the apocalypse is NOT upon us, and therefore we shall continue rounding up the latest and greatest Hollywood movie trailers for your perusal and delight. Alright, well then, let’s carry on.

Straw Dogs
James Marsden, Kate Bosworth, Alexander Skarsgard

Hot damn, them Duke boys’re at it again! This time with guns, menace and psychological scare tactics mainly reserved for serial killers! It’s one got-dang hell of a hootenanny… with deadly implications!

So this takes the one good tactic horror films have been relying on since forever – trapping your characters in a house and putting the bad guys outside it – and adds a bit of down-home country charm. Kate Bosworth, maybe these guys wouldn’t want to attack and terrorize your home if you weren’t all attractive-lookin’ everywhere all the damn time. Come on, now. But that doesn’t mean you should stop being all attractive-lookin’ everywhere all the damn time. That would be ludicrous.

Our Idiot Brother
Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, Zooey Deschanel

This doesn’t look so great but it’s got Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks and Zooey Deschanel, which is like creating a slurry of all the different flavors of 7-11 Slurpee in one cup and drinking it, which is our way of saying this is going to give you brain-freeze and be delicious. Hopefully a longer trailer is in the works, one that, you know, actually shows us something meaty from the flick. For now, all we’ve got are hopes and dreams.

Horrible Bosses
Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Jason Sudeikis, Jennifer Aniston

Unlike our previous trailer, here’s one that actually does show a little meat- in more ways than one! Hey-oh! But seriously, this has Charlie from It’s Always Sunny and maybe 7 other reasons that this might be great (Jamie Foxx: “I’m your murder consultant.” Jason Sudeikis: “Word.”) so keep it on your radar. And then see it.