New US Trailer for 'Dylan Dog: Dead of Night' with Brandon Routh
I'm sorry, I'm apologizing in advance, this is going to be painful. I don't mean to put you through this, but if you wish to check it out, here's the official trailer via Apple for Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, the extremely cheesy-looking adaptation of the Italian comic book series. Brandon Routh plays Dylan Dog, a "penniless nightmare investigator." The cast includes Taye Diggs, Anita Briem and Peter Stormare, but they don't help, and neither does the cheesy music or the ugly monsters. Like the first trailer, this still looks like a SyFy Channel original TV movie, nothing worth seeing in theaters, so watch out, as this looks awful. Have fun!
Watch the official trailer for Kevin Munroe's Dylan Dog: Dead of Night:
You can also watch the Dylan Dog trailer in High Definition on Apple
Adventures of supernatural private eye Dylan Dog (Brandon Routh) who seeks out monsters (werewolves, vampires, zombies) in the Louisiana bayou while wearing his signature red shirt, black jacket, blue jeans.
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night (as it's currently titled) is directed by Canadian filmmaker Kevin Munroe, who's feature debuted was the animated TMNT, but this is his first live-action flick. The script was co-written by writers Thomas Dean Donnelly & Joshua Oppenheimer (of Thoughtcrimes, Sahara, A Sound of Thunder). It's based on Tiziano Sclavi's Italian comic book series first published in 1986 (and re-released in the US by Dark Horse). Omni Lab is bringing Dylan Dog to theaters starting on April 29th this spring. Thoughts?