Trailers: ‘Madea’s Witness Protection’, ‘Errors of the Human Body’, ‘Nazis at the Center of the Earth’
Posted on Wednesday, April 18th, 2012 by Angie Han
Getting tired of all those Avengers clips and in the mood for something a little… weirder? After the jump, we’ve got a trailer for Nazis at the Center of the Earth, which is exactly what it sounds like, as well as Madea’s Witness Protection and the genetic thriller Errors of the Human Body.
You don’t get to be Forbes‘ highest-paid man in entertainment by sitting around watching TV all day. 2012′s already seen the release of one Tyler Perry film (February’s Good Deeds), and there’s another one due out this summer. In Madea’s Witness Protection, a hapless investment banker (Eugene Levy) and his family take refuge in Madea’s (Perry) Southern home after they’re targeted by the mob.
By this point in Perry’s career, I think audiences already have a good idea of how they feel about him and what to expect from his work. If Madea’s not for you, I doubt this’ll do anything to change your mind. But if you’ve enjoyed the schtick in the past, Madea’s Witness Protection opens June 29.
Next, we have a look at a genetic thriller Errors of the Human Body from co-writer/director Eron Sheean, who also recently scripted Xavier Gens’ The Divide. Michael Eklund leads the cast as Geoff, a scientist working on a human regeneration gene. His ties to the project go beyond the purely professional, as he’s also seeking redemption from a traumatic incident in his own past.
[via First Showing]
The trailer is simple, but effective in its creepiness. Errors of the Human Body doesn’t seem to have a release date yet, but you can keep an eye on their official page for updates.
Combining both the silliness of Madea’s Witness Protection and the horror of Errors of the Human Body is Nazis at the Center of the Earth, which sees a team of researchers abducted and brought to a hidden subterranean continent where half-dead Nazi survivors are preparing another attempt at world domination.
[via Quiet Earth]
As you’d expect with a title like that, Nazis at the Center of the Earth looks like absurd B-movie fun. It’s definitely a little rough around the edges, but that’s part of the charm with a film like this. Check it out when it hits VOD and DVD on April 24.