We can’t stop watching the damn "Darkon" trailer â€” that final, slow-motion battle montage fills us with an intense happiness not at all born out of irony. The doc premieres at SXSW next month.
Two from the Todd at Twitch â€” here is the hotness that is the first teaser for Tom Tykwer‘s (of "Run Lola Run") "Perfume," based on Patrick SÃ¼skind‘s beloved novel. And here is trailer for Lucky McKee‘s "The Woods," which has apparently officially fallen into studio limbo. McKee’s 2002 debut "May" was a quirky, pleasingly competent horror film that got a minuscule theatrical release before becoming, on DVD, the kind of below-the-radar gem film geeks use to identify each other by dropping in conversation, e.g.:
"Actually, Anna Faris was in this great indie film once? It was…about this girl who ends up sewing body parts together to make a friend? I think it played at a few festivals, but it was barely in theaters?"
"Right, right, with Jeremy Sisto! I totally saw that."
"Yeah, it was pretty good."
[Furtive nods of recognition are exchanged]