As you may have been able to tell, we here at Geeks of Doom are pretty excited for the new stop-motion film Coraline, which is from The Nightmare Before Christmas director Henry Selick and based on the book by Neil Gaiman.
Because of this, we jump at any opportunities to share new goodies that come around before the movie comes out on February 6, 2009.
On today’s menu, we have a brand new trailer in HD — which may just be the best trailer that we’ve seen yet. Next up is is a smorgasbord (this may be the first time I’ve ever used “smorgasbord” in a sentence — celebrate!) of video clips that are reminiscent to the stuff you’re likely to see on a DVD’s special features menu and will probably end up on Coraline‘s DVD as well. Last of all, a very cool offer from the folks at Harper Collins — simply enough, if you’d like to read the book before seeing the movie, they’re welcoming you to do so for free at their site!
Jump to the other side to partake in the mass of Coraline goodies!
If you’re interested in checking out the videos with special appearances by Neil Gaiman himself, you can head over here: Borders Media Center. Be sure to check out the first two videos, which are exclusive to Borders and are very entertaining.
If you want to read Coraline for free online, head this way: Harper Collins Children’s Books; this is a free in-browser version of the book by Neil Gaiman, definitely worth reading before you see the movie.