The Gobbledygeek Guide to the Fall/Winter Movie Season

Last night, Paul and I discussed a plethora of upcoming movies we found interesting in some way. Listen to the show to hear what we had to say, but as promised, here are the IMDb links and trailers for each film we mentioned:

September 1

The American

September 3


A Woman, a Gun and a Noodle Shop (limited release)

September 10

I’m Still Here

September 15

Never Let Me Go (limited release; wide release September 17)

September 17

The Town

Jack Goes Boating (limited release)

September 24

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Buried (limited release; wide release October 8 )

Waiting for ‘Superman’

October 1

The Social Network

Let Me In

October 8

It’s Kind of a Funny Story (limited release)

Nowhere Boy (limited release)

October 15



October 22


No trailer yet, but here’s a recently released still:

Bryce Dallas Howard and Matt Damon in 'Hereafter'

The Company Men

November 5

Due Date

127 Hours

No trailer, no stills, no poster, no nothin’. But it does have James Franco and Lizzy Caplan, so there’s that.

November 12


November 19

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I

November 26


The King’s Speech (limited release)

Another film with no promotional materials to speak of, but it’s directed by Tom Hooper and features one of those great British casts: Helena Bonham Carter, Guy Pearce, Colin Firth, Michael Gambon, Geoffrey Rush, Timothy Spall, and more.

December 1

Black Swan

December 3


December 10

The Fighter

The new film from twisted genius David O. Russell sports a cast including Christian Bale, Mark Wahlberg, Amy Adams, and Melissa Leo.

December 17

TRON: Legacy

Yogi Bear

How Do You Know

December 24


December 25

True Grit

No trailer yet (unfortunately), but here’s a new still of Jeff Bridges lookin’ all grizzled and whatnot:

Jeff Bridges in 'True Grit'

December 29

The Debt

December 31

Blue Valentine

No official trailer that I could find, but here’s a clip:

January 14

The Green Hornet

The Cabin in the Woods

Ha, ha. Just kidding. Everyone knows this movie’s never coming out.

January 28


Very little information actually exists about Gus Van Sant’s follow-up to Milk, but it stars Mia Wasikowska, and despite Alice in Wonderland, I really like her.


One thought on “The Gobbledygeek Guide to the Fall/Winter Movie Season

  1. Hereafter looks intriguing. I saw a trailer for it I think before Inception. In a weird coincidence a friend of mine sent me the transcript of a book he wrote a few years ago with a similar type story. At least, in parts.
    Skyline looks interesting in the sense that it gave me nightmares. Nice. Still, love how they used Stephen Hawkings warnings in the trailers. Bet they sacrificed something large in thanks to the ad gods when that came out because there is no way they made the movie after he said that.

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