ETERNA is the most epic trailer ever [Video]

ETERNA

This has got to be one of the most epic trailers ever! Instead of advertising a single movie, it’s a smorgasbord of films all meshed together in order to create ETERNA. To put it bluntly, it’s a complete montage of some of the best moments in film, including clips from “300” all the way to “Upside Down”. Personally, I really like the quotes in some of these movies even if they are pretty cliché. You’d be hard pressed to watch the montage and not feel at least a little moved by it. It definitely gave me some goosebumps!

Take a peek and then be sure to share what you think in the comments below! It’s just over six minutes long, so be prepared. I don’t believe there’s anything NSFW in this, so it’s okay to share with your co-workers and colleagues.

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4 comments

  1. Enrique Manalang
    Staff

    WOW. That was so ridiculously awesome and epic. So happy Pacific Rim made it in there too :p

    [@WildCat] I’d recommend skipping Upside Down. The trailer was great but the actual movie, not so much :(

    I’ve seen all of the movies too except for Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Sunshine, Knowing, The Lovely Bones, The Divide and Battleship.

    I never managed a video store but I love watching movies. Haha.

  2. WildCat

    AWESOME trailer there! After watching it I had to check out the original site. Person who made it has the movie list he used posted there: http://www.behindtheepic.com/ETERNA_Movie_List.txt
    Curiosity got the better of me so I took a peak at it. Except for 5 movies – Bunraku (2010), Repeaters (2010), Upside Down (2012),The Lovely Bones (2009), The Tree of Life (2011) – I have seen all of the movies used to make this EPIC ‘trailer’. So as there’s no “You need to get a life” comments, will let you know that I managed a video store for 12 years. So I’ll consider it “work experience”! lol

    How about the rest of you dotTechies? How many of the movies on this list have you seen?