View Tonight's "Transformers" TV Spots, Eli Roth's "Grindhouse" Trailer Now!!

by | March 30, 2007 | Comments

It’s a Friday afternoon video bonanza, with early peeks at tonight’s two new "Transformers" TV spots, rife with tons of good and bad robots in disguise — plus the debut of Eli Roth‘s majorly sick, holiday-themed "Grindhouse" trailer!

Thank the good folks over at IGN Movies for the preview spectacular, which brings us not one, but two looks at all new "Transformers" trailers, which will hit broadcast television later tonight.

The first 30-second spot, entitled "Hidden," gives us loads of action shots not seen in the first trailers. More excitingly, we get to see some actual transforming (with a little Jon Voight and a bit of assertive-masculine Shia in the mix)!! Our keen child-of-the-eighties eyes caught no less than seven "Transformers" in the clip (Optimus Prime, Frenzy, Bumblebee, Barricade, Blackout, Scorponok, and Megatron) to look out for. Click here to watch.

IGN’s also added a second "Transformers" spot, entitled "Destiny," which gives us even more LaBeouf. In it, his character Sam Witwicky buys a sweet Camaro from car salesman Bernie Mac, only to discover later that his new wheels are more than meets the eye. Click here for "Destiny."

And that brings us to yet another IGN Movies treat: Eli Roth’s "Thanksgiving," one of the fake trailers featured in next week’s "Grindhouse."

"Thanksgiving" has already earned a reputation as one of the sickest, yet perversely entertaining parts of the Tarantino/Rodriguez double feature; without going into too much detail, suffice to say that a knife-wielding maniac, randy teenagers on trampolines and plenty of turkey-related atrocities are given loving, twisted attention by director Roth. You’ll remember that Roth is the maker of such gory modern classics as "Cabin Fever" and "Hostel" — fair warning to the squeamish!

Let it be known, however, that Roth’s "Thanksgiving," unlike the classic cereal Trix, is not for kids; it contains adult content (including graphic violence, nudity, and sexual content) and you must be at least 18 years of age to view.

Seriously. 18 and over only!! (Click here to view)

"Grindhouse" is released April 6; "Transformers" invade July 4.

Source: IGN Movies

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