Trailerfest: Mindhunter, Dark, Bright, Berlin Syndrome, Mary and The Witchs Flower, Broken Mile, Ilawod, Kong: Skull Island

01.03.2017 Movies #Trailer

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Nochmal final kickass Trailer zu Kong: Skull Island, wozu ich ganz unten auch die ganzen großartigen Poster gepackt habe (gibt's in HighRes auf Impawards).

Dazu ein erster Trailer zu David Finchers Netflix-Serie Mindhunter, zur ersten deutschen Netflix-Serie Dark von den Showrunnern Baran bo Odar und Jantje Friese (Regisseur und Autorin Who Am I), zum (schon wieder) Netflix-SciFi/Fantasy-Dings Bright mit Will Smith, ein neuer Trailer zu Takashi Miikes Terra Formars (hatte ich auf dem FFF gesehen, fand ich lustig, man muss aber auf Trash stehen), zu den Thrillern Berlin Syndrome und Broken Mile – letzterer angeblich in einem Take geschossen –, zum Animationsfilm Mary and The Witchs Flower von Studio Ponoc (einem Ghibli-Spinoff), sowie zur philippinischen Ghost-Story Ilawod.

Kong: Skull Island – Final Trailer

On March 10, 2017, the producers of Godzilla transport audiences to the birthplace of one of the most powerful monster myths of all in KONG: SKULL ISLAND, from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures.

When a scientific expedition to an uncharted island awakens titanic forces of nature, a mission of discovery becomes an explosive war between monster and man. Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson, John Goodman and John C. Reilly star in a thrilling and original new adventure that reveals the untold story of how Kong became King.


Mindhunter is an American television drama series slated to debut in October 2017 on Netflix. It is based on the book Mind Hunter: Inside FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit written by Mark Olshaker and John E. Douglas. The series will be set in 1979 and will revolve around two FBI agents, played by Jonathan Groff and Holt McCallany, who interview imprisoned serial killers to try to solve ongoing cases. (Wikipedia)


A missing child sets four families on a frantic hunt for answers. Their search for a culprit unearths a small town’s sins and secrets.


Set in an alternate present-day where humans, orcs, elves, and fairies have been co-existing since the beginning of time. Bright is genre-bending action movie that follows two cops from very different backgrounds. Ward (Will Smith) and Jakoby (Joel Edgerton), embark on a routine patrol night and encounter a darkness that will ultimately alter the future and their world as they know it.

Terra Formars

From cult director Takashi Miike (Ichi the Killer). Based on the hit Manga series. Terra Formars is the first Japanese film to shoot on location in Iceland. When cockroaches strike back!

Berlin Syndrome

A passionate holiday romance leads to an obsessive relationship, when an Australian photojournalist wakes one morning in a Berlin apartment and is unable to leave.

Broken Mile

A drug addict awakens to find the girl he is with is dead, and must rush to escape the consequences. A real-time thriller presented in a single, unbroken take.

Mary and The Witch's Flower

“Mary and the Witch’s Flower” is based on Mary Stewart’s 1971 children’s book “The Little Broomstick,” with a screenplay by Riko Sakaguchi (“The Tale of the Princess Kaguya”). It follows the story of a little girl who, after being sent to her great aunt’s house, gains magical powers but only for one night.


Taken from the word's meaning, downstream, Ilawod depicts how a happy family is torn apart by a water elemental spirit, also known as an Ilawod, which possesses its victims until it pulls them down into deathly depths.

Horrifying events begin when head of the family Dennis Carandang (Ian Veneracion), a news reporter assigned to cover supernatural occurrences, goes out of town for a story on an ilawod possession. ¶ Dennis unwittingly takes the bad spirit home to his wife Kathy (Iza Calzado), son Ben (Harvey Bautista), and daughter Bea (Xyriel Manabat).

While in the city, the Ilawod takes on a human form, that of a young, pretty, and seductive teenage girl (Therese Malvar), who befriends Ben and terrifies Bea. Dennis and Kathy connect Bea's scary experiences to Ben's rebellious ways as he enters puberty. They soon find out that something otherworldly is behind his sinister behavior, and they all fall in the same dreadful trap.