Watch This: Adam Scott & Brittany Snow in 'The Vicious Kind' Trailer

December 10, 2009
Source: YouTube

The Vicious Kind Trailer

Another indie film potentially lost in the mix. The first official trailer for The Vicious Kind has debuted over on YouTube (via SlashFilm). This stars a bittersweet Adam Scott (the male nurse from Knocked Up), a super sweet Brittany Snow (the hot blonde girl from Hairspray), and a freakin' sweet J.K. Simmons (who plays J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man). You probably haven't ever heard of this, but I suggest checking out the trailer, it doesn't look too bad. It seems kind of like an awkward mix of an indie drama and mumblecore comedy, but that could be a good thing. I think I'll check it out when I get the chance. What about you?

Watch the trailer for Lee Toland Krieger's The Vicious Kind from YouTube:

You can also watch The Vicious Kind trailer in High Definition on YouTube

The bitter Caleb Sinclaire (Adam Scott) tries to warn his brother away from the new girlfriend (Brittany Snow) he brings home during Thanksgiving, but ends up becoming infatuated with her in the process.

The Vicious Kind is both written and directed by former Neil LaBute protege, filmmaker Lee Toland Krieger, of only the 2006 film December Ends previously. This first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year (in 2009). And it also just landed two Independent Spirit Awards nominations for Best Screenplay and Best Lead Actor. The Vicious Kind will be opening in very limited theaters starting on December 11th.

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the name Caleb is really rare in movies isn't it? Adam Scott seems to be at his best here.

Xerxex on Dec 10, 2009


looks funny

hahahaha on Dec 10, 2009


looks good, i'll check it out.

troy on Dec 10, 2009


You have seen this type of film before one good son one outcast and the chit chat between farther and the outcast son britany snow as the love intrest. you have seen this type of film before and the story never changers not the one i am looking or even intrested in. 🙁

Cineprog on Dec 10, 2009


You have struggled to read this sentence before with no punctuation at all and then some mispeled words usually the postre is trashing a realy good trailer... sorry I had to. This looks cool, cast is good will definitely check it out

theotherbluth on Dec 10, 2009


what's the song? dig the trailer.

Verno on Dec 10, 2009


"It seems kind of like an awkward mix of an indie drama and mumblecore comedy..." Alex, you took the words right out of my mouth. No seriously though, this looks good.

Brian on Dec 10, 2009


They spelt exclusive wrong at the end of the trailer. Looks good, I'd pay to see it in cinemas.

Ben on Dec 10, 2009


Nice catch on the spelling error on "exclusive" in there. I wonder how that slipped by. The song is called "Song in? D" by Mock Orange, some good midwest guys.

Cracker on Dec 10, 2009


I will go see this! 😀

Samantha on Dec 10, 2009


I can't stop watching the trailer. I am really excited about seeing this...some time in the future! 😀

Samantha on Dec 10, 2009


"will be opening in very limited theaters on December 11" - Damn it man! Too bad this is playing nowhere near me, otherwise I would see it opening day.

The Man With No Name on Dec 10, 2009


ill see it Brittany Snow is bangin

DoomCanoe on Dec 10, 2009


Is Snow and Frost a coincidence?

dennis on Dec 10, 2009


Really good movie. I saw this one at Sundance.

DRH on Dec 11, 2009


I like it. Hopefully the movie is as good as the trailer. J. K. Simmons rocks!

arjones on Dec 13, 2009

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