Sorry. Way behind on trailers. It's like they had a sudden convention at the weekend, or something. Let's get cracking.
New horror from A Tale of Two Sisters and The Good, The Bad, The Weird director Jee-woon Kim. Out April 29.
Rose Byrne gets spooked in this new one from the creators of Paranormal Activity. Out May 6.
Woody Allen's new one - this time the subject is Paris. Owen Wilson is exactly the same. Premieres at Cannes in May.
Oh YES, sometimes a film just comes along that has culturemouse written all over it. Australian cinema! Emily Browning! Gone wrong fairytale! Jane Campion! Also out at Cannes.
The new Lars Von Trier (Antichrist, Dancer In The Dark) film that everyone and their goose is talking about. Will it fuck you up or is this the most accessible the director has ever been? Out July 1.
A girl's relationship with a boy over the Internet turns into something much more sinister in David Schwimmer's Trust, out July 22.
Someone I don't care about, Leighton Meester and Katie Cassidy choose another bad script I have to sit through. The torment is from August 12.
I'm a bit obsessed with the teaser trailer for The Woman In Black - and it's not out until Halloween! It just looks so dramatic. I kind of want to read the book before the film's out (as I do most things) but on this occasion... I want to be scared!
"Juno as reimagined by David Lynch" with Kat Dennings? Hello! No release date for this as yet, sob sob.
And finally the Hesher trailer, which looks all kinds of insane. Again no release date, but it's only just coming out in the States after premiering at Sundance last year. Nerdy Natalie!