Creepy, Dark Love Story in the Final Official 'Heartless' Trailer

September 23, 2010
Source: Apple

Heartless Trailer

Where the hell did this come from? (That pun will make sense after you watch this.) Apple has debuted an official trailer for Philip Ridley's Heartless, starring Jim Sturgess and Clémence Poésy. I actually do know about this film, as we featured a trailer for it earlier this year, but haven't heard much about it since, mainly because IFC quietly picked it up and is opening it very limited this fall. It's a Faust-themed dark, romantic drama about a guy with a heart-shaped birthmark on his face who sees demons in London. You've just got to watch the trailer, it's wild and a little wacky, but I think I may actually want to see it now. Enjoy!

Watch the latest official trailer for Philip Ridley's Heartless:

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You can also watch the new Heartless trailer in High Definition on Apple

A contemporary Faust themed story about Jamie Morgan (Jim Sturgess), a young man with a large heart-shaped birthmark on his face, who learns that there are dark demons living on the streets of East London.

Heartless is both written and directed by British filmmaker and playwright Philip Ridley, of The Reflecting Skin and The Passion of Darkly Noon previously. This was shot in London way back in 2008. It already hit theaters in the UK this year, but is only now arriving in the US via IFC Midnight. Heartless plays limited in November (no exact date yet) with an On-Demand preview starting September 22nd. Official website here.

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Dang. That looked really intriguing. I would definately watch it. Who is that girl? I saw her just recently in something...

Eli on Sep 23, 2010


You think you might want to go see this, I KNOW I want to see this. This flick looks badass. Sorry I don't see anything in this trailer that's not to like!

Scared S-less!!! on Sep 23, 2010


@1, she was in "In Bruges", names Clémence Poésy

Matthew on Sep 23, 2010


want to watch now!

Xerxex on Sep 23, 2010


Thanks Matt.

Eli on Sep 23, 2010


this movie looks Fucken Badass(: cant wait... Like alex said "Where the Hell did this come from?" haha

FilmsterSalty on Sep 23, 2010


This trailer looks much better then the previous ones. Been looking forward to this, I miss demons, satan, in horror movies last decade 🙂

David Banner on Sep 23, 2010



Mark on Sep 23, 2010


yeah ive seen this already, loved it so much, but i cant seem to get other people to like it, i think thats mostly due to any sort of buzz around it, it is quite a weird film which could easily be seen as a horror film if one wasnt paying enough attention, but its more then that. the narrator of this trailer kin of gives it a bad image, but this film is great and i really urge everyone to go see it. i loved it

LP on Sep 24, 2010



DoomCanoe on Sep 24, 2010


Reminds me of Constantine for some reason.

Ben on Sep 24, 2010


looks very interesting..........i'm in.

beavis on Sep 24, 2010


might have to check this one out

Jimmy Love on Sep 24, 2010


Its already out on DVD/BLURAY in the UK...order it from : )

vegasdanny on Sep 24, 2010


#11 That's exactly what I thought, a younger CONSTANTINE, sees demons and communicates with them making deals and doing deeds to save his soul, and the original HELLBLAZER comic was set in the United Kingdom as well, I am sure they were inspired by the Hellblazer comics

KP on Sep 24, 2010


In reference to Constantine, I loved it. This looks creepy and I like it. The face eater part? I looked away, it grossed me out, but I liked it! I wanna see this.

arjones on Sep 24, 2010


Alex, have a little time since Apple fired it. And Carlos too. About this movie... i don´t know... seems good. But seems it going to the wrong way. I didn´t saw nothing like Constantine, was more like a demoniac version of Vanilla Sky.

D. on Sep 24, 2010


Looks pretty cool. Also, I spotted Mickey Smith from Doctor Who. (Mr. "'s a kingdom of horror") Always nice to see tv actors getting some movie roles.

Lana on Sep 25, 2010


It's been out on DVD over here in the UK for a while now, and it is absolutely fantastic. And over here Noel Clarke is more than "Mickey from Doctor Who" - he's an acclaimed film actor and director, with Kidulthood, Adulthood and 4,3,2,1 under his belt.

Matt on Sep 26, 2010


I have Time Warner cable in Hollywood and it's already on ON DEMAND in both standard and high def.

Dr. Hfuhruhurr on Sep 26, 2010


I've also seen this and it's awesome. I think Jim Sturgess even provided a couple of songs for the sound track.

thursdaykat on Sep 27, 2010

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