Category Archives: Movie Trailer

Appleseed Alpha – Trailer

We’ve got the exclusive first reveal of this brand new, slick CG sci-fi feature film, from the creator of Ghost in the Shell.
The popular Appleseed franchise continues with an all-new CG-animated prequel Appleseed Alpha, available on Blu-ray and DVD July 22, with an advance Digital release on July 15. IGN also has your first exclusive look at the film, including screenshots and the official, never-before-seen trailer.

World-renowned anime filmmaker Shinji Aramaki (Starship Troopers: Invasion) helms the latest installment in the sci-fi adventure series based on the original comic books by Ghost in the Shell creator Shirow Masamune. In Appleseed Alpha, the story depicts the early days of female soldier Deunan and her cyborg partner, Briareos, as they embark on a whirlwind journey in search of the legendary city of Olympus.

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has packed the Blu-ray and DVD release with a director’s commentary and — count ’em — 11 making-of featurettes that track Alpha Appleseed’s production from script to screen.

What’s more, the animated film features a soundtrack (release date TBA), with 12 songs from today’s top international music artists: Yasutaka Nakata (Capsule), Skrillex & Alvin Risk, Androp, DJ Fumiya (Rip Slyme), Passepied, Q;indivi+, tofubeats, AKLO, 80KIDZ, Nishi-ken, and Ram Rider.

Square Enix will also release Play Arts Kai figurines of Deunan and Briareos this summer, with Hot Toys also developing high-end 1/6th-scale articulated figures for a future release.


Jabberwocky – Game Cinematic (unreleased)

Here is a beautiful game cinematic for JABBERWOCKY (which is unfortunately unreleased) by Blur Studio:
Blur Studio’s Cinematic for an unreleased game, based on Lewis Carroll’s original poem and with design by Todd Harris. I worked as Animation Supervisor, Layout artist and animated a couple of shots to shake off the rust a little bit.

Johnny Express is a very funny animated short about a lazy delivery man in the far future.

It’s 2150

There are all sorts of Aliens living throughout space.
Johnny is a Space Delivery Man who travels to different planets to deliver packages.
Johnny is lazy and his only desire is to sleep in his autopilot spaceship.
when the spaceship arrives at the destination, all he has to do is simply deliver the box.
However, it never goes as planned. Johnny encounters strange and bizarre planets
and always seems to cause trouble on his delivery route.

Will he be able to finish his mission without trouble?

Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist Trailer

Machinima has debuted the full trailer for “Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist” which you can check out in the player below! All 12 episodes–the full series–will be available on Machinima on May 23.

The live-action series is the brainchild of Ansah, a member of the creative team behind the hit fan film “Street Fighter: Legacy.” Ansah, who also stars in the series (Akuma), wrote the script with Christian Howard, who reprises his role as Ken Masters from the original fan film. The series also stars Mike Moh as Ryu, Togo Igawa as Gōtetsu, Akira Koieyama as Gōken, Gaku Space as Gōki, Mark Killeen as Mr. Masters, and Hal Yamanouchi as Senzo.

Through the coming-of-age story of Ken & Ryu, we are shown the back story of some of the game’s most iconic characters, and over the course of the series we will see how the past, present, and future of all of those characters are intertwined, as the battle to become Ansatsuken Master threatens to tear apart another generation of brothers.

First Teaser Trailer For The Inbetweeners 2 Aboriginal sins

The last time the Rudge Park posse travelled abroad, we got their misadventures in Malia. But for The Inbetweeners 2, Jay, Neil, Simon and Will have headed to Australia to cause havoc in the Outback and beyond. Now the first look is just a quick, one-gag affair, but the teaser is online.

Co-creators Iain Morris and Damon Beesley have nabbed the director’s chair for this one, taking over from Ben Palmer. All involved are hoping that the sequel – which they initially claimed probably wouldn’t happen – will replicate the original’s massive £58 million haul.

And what will the boys be up to this time? That’s being kept in the briefcase for now, but we’d expect madness.

“We can’t say too much as we don’t want to spoil the jokes for you”, the screenwriters said in a statement when the film was originally announced, “but what we can exclusively reveal is there will be kangaroos. And Australians. And possibly koalas. Oh and obviously Jay, Will, Neil and Simon, providing they’re let into the country. Thanks so much for all your support, we’re hoping to deliver a film that you’ll enjoy even more than the last one.”

James Buckley, Blake Harrison, Joe Thomas and Simon Bird are back in front of the camera, joined by recent Star Wars addition Daisy Ridley, Celeste Cotton, David Schaal, Larissa Jones and Susan Wokoma. The Inbetweeners 2 is set to bother our cinemas on August 6.

BEANS: The first short film by Cinesite

Here is, BEANS, the first short film by Cinesite. Directed by Animator Alvise Avati and produced by Animation Director Eamonn Butler:

Written and directed by Animator Alvise Avati and produced by Animation Director Eamonn Butler. Beans, a short film with an unexpected ending, showcases Cinesite’s creature animation skills. We hope you have fun watching and sharing it! Find out more on our website:

We’re also hiring now for positions in Montreal and London – find out more here:

Written and Directed
Alvise Avati

Eamonn Butler

Executive Producers
Antony Hunt
Courtney Vanderslice-Law
Peter Nagle

VFX Supervisor
Richard Clarke

Art Direction
Jean-David Solon

Concept Art
Andrea de Martis

Grahame Curtis
Royston Willcocks

Richard Boyle

Alvise Avati
Eamonn Butler
Peter Clayton
Tom O’Flaherty
Adam Bailey

Texture Artists
Nicolette Newman
Gary Newman

FX Animation
Andreas Vrhovsek
Luke Wilde

Lighting and Compositing
Zave Jackson
Nikos Gatos
Jonathan Vuillemin
Dan Harrod
Joel Bodin
Jason Summersgill

Editorial Post Production and Sound Design
William Marshall-Wilkinson
Christopher Learmonth

Ronald Siy
Alexander Savenko

Post Production and Sound Design

Special Thanks
Dan Pettipher
Caroline Garrett
Helen Moody
Michele Sciolette
Duncan Rodger
Giuseppe Chisari
Alessandro Cangelosi
Pierpaolo Navarini
Mirco Paolini
Mario Aquaro

We’re hiring now for positions in Montreal and London – find out more here: