Hex is a Confederate soldier of some rank but when he turns on his regiment and shoots his best friend dead the Confederate General Turnbull, and father to Hex’s best friend, hunts Hex down, murders his family, and leaves him for dead with a brand on the face to remind him of who did this to him. We are then given a quick rundown of the next few beats in Hex’s life, Turnbull apparently dies, and Hex is left as a supernatural bounty hunter who can briefly resurrect the dead with his touch. As he reeks havoc on the outlaws he hunts, a bounty is in turn put on Hex and the hunter is also the hunted. As Hex tries to earn his keep and stay alive Turnbull turns up alive and constructing a secret military weapon and the president recruits Hex to hunt down his nemesis and save the country.
Sorry for the late posting (cuz I know all of you have been like: “What the heck Lauren! It’s long past the 2nd. Where my recommendations be at fool?” That’s right, that’s how people talk in my mind), but the end of a period in one’s life can get a little time consuming. So I am a little backlogged, but on the bright side your anticipation can grow for the upcoming rental reviews of An Education (really good) and Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (heck no), and a gaming review of Halo: ODST (pretty good). Ooo, so exciting!
Buried Teaser Trailers – This simple trailer isn’t much to look at, but it is a nice way of introducing the premise of the film. And Ryan Reynolds, ooo… Check it out here. But if you are more for visuals, check out the original teaser as well here.
Jonah Hex Trailer – A trailer has finally been released for this supernatural (to what extent, I’m not sure) western, and it’s looking pretty interesting. And ooo! Will Arnett! But I really want to know what the little blurbs I have been reading mean by the bad guy releasing “Hell on Earth.” We talking demon apocalypse or something? Check it out here and decide for yourself.