Friday, 13 April 2012 14:20
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Whether you understand Russian or not you'll still be able to experience the epic extended trailer that the Russians received for Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. I will have to admit that when I saw the poster for this movie I cracked up; it had seemed as if Hollywood was jumping the shark so to speak. However, I think if Hollywood just keeps pumping out action films with lots of fighting and stuff I'd be happy. This trailer just makes me want to see the movie. I don't care if you make an Assassin's Creed or My Little Pony movie Hollywood, just give me some friggin action scenes.
Anyways, I want to know where Abraham Lincoln got the time to hunt vampires? He was the President of the United States for awhile and had to deal with the Civil War. I guess he just left all of his presidential duties to the VP who practically does nothing around the White House. Either way, the only thing that could make this movie better is a sequel: Dick Cheney: Werewolf Hunter.
I need to see a Japanese trailer for this movie...
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