Coming Soon Trailer

Coming Soon Trailer (1982)

01 January 1982 Horror, Factual, Sci-Fi 55 mins

Director John Landis has combed the vaults of Universal Studios, Hollywood's preeminent producer of horror films and edited them into this retrospective documentary featuring clips from preview trailers dating from Lon Chaney's 1923 "The Hunchback of Notre Dame to the present day. Scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis hosts and narrates this tribute featuring Frankenstein, the Wolfman, the Creature from the Black Lagoon, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Godzilla, Tarantula,, the Phantom of the Opera, Dracula and their infamous progeny.

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John Landis

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United States 01 January 1982

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28 May 1982

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17 June 1982

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Creepshow Trailer (1982)

12 November 1982

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The Beach Girls Trailer (1982)

26 March 1982

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The Dark Crystal Trailer (1982)

17 December 1982

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The Last American Virgin Trailer (1982)

26 June 1982

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Five Element Ninjas Trailer (1982)

21 April 1982

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The Party 2 Trailer (1982)

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Firefox Trailer (1982)

13 June 1982

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