Thursday, April 9, 2009

Moon: Trailer Moon

Moon looks like one of the coolest sci-fis I've ever seen trailer'd. It has everything. It's directed and written by Duncan Jones, the son of David Bowie. Can you get cooler than that? It has a robot voiced by Kevin Spacey, with a cute smiley face on its LCD screen to convey its emotions, since you can never tell how happy or sad Spacey is. It has a score by Clint Mansell, the composer responsible for the undeniably epic song "Lux Aeterna" and the pitch-perfect score for "The Wrestler". And it stars Sam Rockwell, a consistently solid actor.

It comes out on June 12th. Limited release. Clearly I'm going to have to find a way to see this outside of poor sweet Michigan.

Moon Trailer

- Eric T. Voigt, Moony Moon Moon

Edited by: Kevin or Alex, and then Eric again.


  1. Wow, assholes. Way to make child-like excitement into pretentious film-snobbery.

    Much love,

  2. P.S. Mansell is responsible for a lot of film scores, not just the Wrestler, and the Wrestler is maybe his least recognizable. But, you know, since it's probably the only one you could think of, I guess I should let that slide.

  3. Snobbery? How about cohesive, understandable commentary? And the addition of the Wrestler was for relevance, since that film just came out. I don't think it's necessary to list all of the films Clint Mansell has scored, just the ones that are relevant and important. Thanks for being a douche, though. Have you eaten anything sugary in a while?

    Love, Kevin and Alex.