Watch This: Wacky Trailer for 'Malice in Wonderland' UK Film
I don't what the hell this is, but holy crap it's trippy! Apple has debuted the official trailer for an indie film called Malice in Wonderland that is, no doubt, inspired by Lewis Carroll's classic Alice in Wonderland. This stars Maggie Grace as Alice, who you might know better as Liam Neeson's daughter in Taken. Okay, okay, I know, before you start asking me why the heck I'm even featuring this, there's a few simple reasons. First, it's so insanely wacky that I just had to share it with all of you! Second, I have quite a crush on Maggie Grace (she's 26) and she looks pretty damn good in this. If you're looking for a very weird trailer, this is it!
Watch the official trailer for Simon Fellows' Malice in Wonderland:
You can also watch the Malice in Wonderland trailer in High Definition on Apple
A modern take on Lewis Carroll's classic fairytale, Alice in Wonderland, set in the North East of England.
Malice in Wonderland is directed by British filmmaker Simon Fellows of a few other low budget flicks like the horror film Blessed as well as Second in Command and Until Death, both with Van Damme. The script was written by Fellows' writer Jayson Rothwell, also of Second in Command and Until Death. This was shot in 2008 in the UK and played at the Sitges Festival. Magnolia Pictures is bringing Malice in Wonderland to limited theaters in the US starting on April 16th this same month. So, is anybody interested in seeing this?
That looks sh*t. Danny Dyer! How is that man still getting work?!
CHE on Apr 14, 2010
Dyer shoud be in more films.
DiR3cT on Apr 14, 2010
W.T.F was that, It not in the same league has Tim Burtons film. I would not pay a farthing to watch this shit.
Cineprog on Apr 14, 2010
Laaaandaaaaaaaaaan you slaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaags. Looks like a cheapo. Still quite like Danny Dyer, even though he can only be himself.
Crapola on Apr 14, 2010
that was stupid. But thanks for telling me she's 26
Sharlto on Apr 14, 2010
Isn't "Malice in Wonderland" the name of a Snoop Dogg CD?
Six Three on Apr 14, 2010
I'll see it.
Luna on Apr 14, 2010
#3 considering you thought Tim Burton's film was wonderful automatically your opinion in film is void. Considering this is a "foreign" film for lack of a better term and over on that side of the world they tend to go more artsy with their concepts, this looks incredible. It had a very solid Run Lola Run vibe with a mixture of some Bronson looks to it. I am seriously excited to see this.
Movieraider321 on Apr 14, 2010
roland of gilead on Apr 14, 2010
This releases on DVD on May 11th, according to Netflix... It certainly looks weird. King & Queen, haha.
Mark on Apr 14, 2010
Danny Dyer. 🙁 Dire.
ville on Apr 14, 2010
hmm...I actually liked it. For some reason I want to see Maggie Grace become a better actress, and going this route is either pass or fail, and I'm hoping for pass. So I'm there.
Xerxex on Apr 14, 2010
This looks nifty. Smoke a big fat blunt and watch it.
Zantorian on Apr 14, 2010
wayyyyy tooooo many angled shots
colint on Apr 14, 2010
s'up Alex, if u like Maggie Grace, she's also in LOST
Conrad on Apr 14, 2010
What is the deal with the dutch tilts?! Just because you shoot it on angles doesn't make it wacky.
Joel on Apr 14, 2010
This feels like LOST in the sense that it doesn't make sense and it has Maggie Grace.
Duude on Apr 17, 2010
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