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An Honest Movie Trailer for the Horror Film ‘Saw’

Screen Junkies has created an honest movie trailer (previously) for the 2004 horror film Saw.

Ten years ago, Jigsaw unleashed his sadistic games on the world. Now, relive the sleeper hit that birthed an unspeakable evil: torture porn.

An Honest Movie Trailer for ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’

Screen Junkies has created an honest movie trailer (see previously) for the superhero film X-Men: Days of Future Past.

You’ve seen us tackle the ‘X-Men‘ Trilogy — now it’s time for us to take on the prequel-sequel that made the worst ‘X-Men’ movie irrelevant and the worst ‘Wolverine’ movie into a bad dream: ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’.

An Honest Video Game Trailer for ‘Dark Souls’

Screen Junkies and Smosh recently worked together to create an honest video game trailer (see previously) for Dark Souls, an open world action role-playing video game by From Software in Japan and by Bandai Namco Games internationally.

In a world where new games are as easy as you want them to be, one franchise dares to return to gaming’s roots – it’s frustrating, rage inducing roots.

An Honest Movie Trailer for the 1999 Film ‘Fight Club’

To celebrate the movie’s 15th anniversary, Screen Junkies has created an honest movie trailer (see previously) for the 1999 film Fight Club directed by David Fincher.

It’s been 15 years since Tyler Durden laid out the rules of Fight Club. Now relive the classic movie about violence, mayhem, and… littering?

An Honest Movie Trailer by Screen Junkies for the 2014 Sci-Fi Action Film ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’

Screen Junkies created an honest movie trailer (see previously) for the 2014 science fiction action film Transformers: Age of Extinction directed by Michael Bay.

The Autobots are back…to sell you more products!! Relive Michael Bay’s most incomprehensible, illogical, unintelligible Transformers movie yet – now featuring China!

An Honest Video Game Trailer for ‘Destiny’ by Screen Junkies and Smosh

Screen Junkies and Smosh worked together to create an honest video game trailer (see previously) for Destiny, an online first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie and published by Activision.

The story telling of ‘Halo’, the scope of ‘World of Warcraft’, and the co-operative fun of ‘Borderlands’ may eventually get patched in, but until then play the worlds hottest 7 out of 10 – ‘Destiny’.