Tarantino-Approved Dark Horror Comedy 'Big Bad Wolves' US Trailer

December 10, 2013
Source: Apple

Big Bad Wolves

"Maniacs are afraid of maniacs." Yesterday we brought you the first poster for the dark horror comedy from Israel called Big Bad Wolves. Now the first trailer for the film that Quentin Tarantino has been ranting and raving about has finally arrived. The trailer plays out almost as a short film by itself. There's a moment of suspense in there that rivals the kind of tension filmmakers try to craft in generic thrillers that just don't work. This looks eerie, brutal and definitely worth seeking out when the time comes. And thankfully, we also get a quick break from the horror with that hint of humor there at the end. Watch below!

Here's the first trailer for Aaron Keshales and Navot Papushado's Big Bad Wolves, originally from Apple:

Big Bad Wolves is written and directed by Aaron Keshales and Navot Papushado (Rabies). A serial killer who targets little girls is on the loose. Miki (Lior Ashkenazi) is a rule-breaking cop who thinks that a schoolteacher named Dror (Rotem Keinan) is the murderer. After failing to force Dror’s confession, Miki decides to extract a confession through any means necessary. However, a significant obstacle emerges on Miki’s path to justice: a man named Gidi (Tzahi Grad). The film played at Fantastic Fest 2013 and the Busan International Film Festival, but Magnet Releasing sends the film to limited theaters January 17th, 2014.

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  • The movie is REALLY good. Check it out if you get a chance!
  • Peter Grey
    Of course Tarantino likes this--does look good regardless. Great tone.
    • Terry Craig
      Not exactly unsurprising. Tarantino didn't like Refn's Drive for example. This trailer is pretty good, but every now and then there's a similar-ish trailer out for below average horror flicks. Although judging from QT's strong approval and the consensus of the people who've seen this one I am indeed wanting to see this when I get the chance.
  • David Black
  • Justin Edwards
    gonna check this one out for sure
  • Nielsen700
    Hell yes!
    Looks powerfully scary.
  • Cohen
    Meh. Not impressed.
  • grimjob
    Damn, looks intense. Also looks like it'll be a hard watch, a 'one and done' type film.




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