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Each of these three movie previews includes a supernatural fantasy film that may seem a bit light on concept yet all seem to have some potential.  They also have a young cast and seem to be aimed at a young adult audience.

First, in theaters today is After the Dark, starring James D’Arcy, who played a lieutenant in Peter Weir’s brilliant Jack Aubrey film, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, and was featured in the Hitchcock biopic as Anthony Perkins.  Harry Potter fans will be happy to see Bonnie Wright, Harry’s girlfriend Ginny Weasley, in her first post-Hogwarts lead role, as well as a slew of other actors in their 20s playing teen roles.

The blurb: Faced with an impending nuclear apocalypse, a group of twenty college students must determine which ten of them would take shelter underground and reboot the human race. The decision quickly becomes deadly as each in the group turns against each other in a desperate fight for survival.

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Wrapping up a year where we previewed films via dozens of movie teasers and trailers here at borg.com, we’ve got a few more that the studios have manage to squeak in at year’s end, showing us some intriguing genre movies coming to your theater in 2014.  So here goes…

First up is a teen flick look at time travel–our favorite sci-fi subject.  It doesn’t appear to be all that “high concept,” but the trailer is fun and it may very well appeal to its target demographic.  And that film of the kid as a teen at his party as a younger kid is a pretty good hook.  Check out this trailer for Welcome to Yesterday, formerly titled Almanac:

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