A dystopian post-apocalyptic movie that doesn't feature Will Smith, lame-o CGI created catastrophes, or cuddly feral children with boomerangs. Cormack McCarthy's "The Road" is a not-funny, uber-serious "real" post-apocalypse story. It's grim, gruesome, harsh, and depressing, and I can't WAIT to see it.
Best line from the promotional material I read: "...it was filmed mostly in Pennsylvania for its abundance of places that look post-apocalyptic: coal fields, dunes, and parts of Pittsburgh." (Hah!)