Trailers For All of This Week’s Releases: Punk Rock Vengeance Edition

All The Boys Love Mandy Lane

If you’re seething with unreleased rage and only know three guitar chords, there are a ton of options for you at theaters this week. From the boys finally loving Mandy Lane to Machete continuing his fight against good taste (which must have done something terrible to his family), and from Captain Phillips fighting back against pirates to William Faulkner rising from the grave to strangle James Franco, there are an unhealthy amount of victimized people taking up arms against a sea of bullies.

Naturally, vengeful ghosts and an evil Disneyland come into play as well.

On the punk rock side, there’s Green Day battling Broadway and a poorly-lip-synced attempt at telling the story of an iconic haunt that never played bluegrass music.

There’s also a lot more going on in a week with a massive amount of movies. Here’s your trailer-ized guide to what’s coming out:

The Major Stuff

Captain Phillips

Read our review

Machete Kills

Read our review

All The Boys Love Mandy Lane

Read our 3-year-old review


The Mini-Major One

Romeo and Juliet (2013)


The Limited Stuff

As I Lay Dying

Broadway Idiot



Design Is One

Escape From Tomorrow

Read our review

Forgetting The Girl

Gahan Wilson: Born Dead, Still Weird

Ghost Team One

God Loves Uganda

I Will Follow You Into the Dark

The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete


Snow Queen


Zero Charisma

Read our review


And if you’re scared of leaving the house, Rob has you covered on DVDs and Blu-ray.

A veteran of writing about movies for nearly a decade, Scott Beggs has been the Managing Editor of Film School Rejects since 2009. Despite speculation, he is not actually Walter Mathau's grandson. See? He can't even spell his name right.

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