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Posted at 09:10 AM ET, 09/15/2009

Love 'Em to Death: Which of These New Films Tops Your Wish List?


After viewing footage of so many vampires and zombies and wounded surrogates (oh my) -- much of it at San Diego Comic-Con -- only two words come to mind when surveying the upcoming slate of fanboy-courting flicks: Bloody hell.

Now that the new trailer for the hugely anticipated "New Moon" is out, it's time to take a head count, if not a body count: Which of these four films -- with their differing degrees of gore and gashes and physical bashing -- would you see first, if you had to pick one?

From such minds as Diablo Cody ("Jennifer's Body," starring Megan Fox as a life-sucking reverse-Juno) to "Surrogates" graphic novelists Robert Venditti & Brett Weldele (Bruce Willis time-travels his way to another paycheck), here are the various trailers, O mighty Riffsters. Feel free to vote below.

"JENNIFER'S BODY":

"SURROGATES":

"THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON":

"ZOMBIELAND":

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