I'm about to watch the fuck out of this, and I'm nervous as all hell. I highly recommend the trailer be view full-screen with a solid, loud volume on the speakers or headphones. Will report back when I'm through the other side.
Thoughts on what I just saw:
I can't really describe this flick too well, which as someone who makes claims of being a writer, I find incredibly distressing. If I had to liken it to other films? I would probably say this: it's like a cross between Altered States, THX-1138, and A Clockwork Orange. There's a girl. There's a doctor. There's a zombie. I must impress upon you right now that this is not--and I repeat this for clarity--NOT a zombie movie. I'm not certain that what I saw was a zombie, or simply my brain being unable to lay the image comfortably in another category.
There's lots of red. It's hard to see what's going on, everything looks like hipster paintings. The music is fucked up, but really cool and moody. Very reminiscent of a John Carpenter score, synthy and ambient. I have no idea what I just watched, beyond something really artistic and quite bold, considering the medium. Parts of it reminded me of a Tool video. The overall feel of it was very Kubrick inspired. It's an interesting vision of a past-future world. It's set in 1983, but somehow... not.
If you're into film, or art, or art films, see this film. I'm might re-watch it in a few days with a pane and see where it takes me.