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Trailers consist of a series of selected shots from the film being advertised. Since the purpose of the trailer is to attract an audience to the film, these excerpts are usually drawn from the most exciting, funny, or otherwise noteworthy parts of the film but in abbreviated form and usually without producing spoilers.

I have yet to find an official trailer (but in this case the commercials would act in a similar fashion), but there is an unofficial trailer, made by a very dedicated fan. It definitely helps give the viewer an overall sense of the film, leaving them intrigued and wanting to see more.

Courtesy of: (Facebook user Caleb Lane)

Because I am unable to embed the copy I have on the site, I have temporarily linked to the trailer, which is now available on YouTube.

The Commercial:
To read and view the film's entire one minute commercial, please check out the USA Network World Premiere Preview Page.

Maude is a true fan. Not only does she make terrific looking bows (and that doesn't include the ones she makes for Christmas!) but she also does a little minor interior decorating on the site. In fact, she even modeled a room in her house after everybody's favorite movie. She has provided not only pictures, but a video, too, which really helps set the tone. She has done an amazing job. Her room looks fantastic! Make sure you give her a 5-star rating on her Roomzaar listing!

About this Space:

This is a space in my home that used to have hideous 1960's paneling and linoleum tiled floor. I completely gutted the room and changed it. I uploaded pictures of it a while ago but I've since re-aranged and added more furniture. My hope is for it to look like a fancy victorian parlor, but it's not there yet.

I want it to look more like something that you would find in a haunted house movie. Like something that hasn't been changed in 150 years. I don't mean dusty and cobwebs, just something like a period room in a museum.

If anyone has seen the movie "Nightmare on the 13th Floor"....that is sort of what I have in mind.

Courtesy of:
Roomzaar - HGTV's Rate My Space
Click here to go to Roomzaar and be sure to give Maude a 5-star rating!

Has the movie "Nightmare on the 13th Floor" changed your life any? Have you decorated your house based on a style acquired from the film? Have you made a film trailer? Gotten a tattoo? Whatever it may be, I want to hear from you. Send an email to, and your creations will be posted here, as well.