Watch: SNL's Wes Anderson Horror Parody 'Sinister Intruders' Trailer
"Wow, what the heck, there's a bunch of crazy people standing in our yard!" On last night's Saturday Night Live with Edward Norton as the host they debuted a parody trailer for a faux-movie called The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders, a horror thriller from the mind of Wes Anderson. Edward Norton plays Owen Wilson in an amusing home invasion-meets-Moonrise Kingdom parody, featuring all the usual Wes Anderson characters, from Tilda Swinton to Gwyneth Paltrow to Angelica Huston. This trailer is ingenious and hilarious, nice work SNL. The panic room gag might be my favorite part of the whole video. Enjoy this!
Watch the trailer for Wes Anderson's The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders from SNL via NBC:
Posted from NBC and Hulu (it will be blocked outside of the US until a YouTube version is available). "An all-new thriller from the mind of Wes Anderson, The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders." This sketch comes from the October 26th episode of "Saturday Night Live" hosted by Edward Norton. You can see the entire episode of SNL online here. If you're in the mood for more from Wes Anderson, we recently featured "The Wes Anderson Collection" book. Author Matt Zoller Seitz has been posting videos for every Anderson movie - follow here. You can also see the first trailer for Wes Anderson's latest, The Grand Budapest Hotel.
S N AND L on Oct 27, 2013
grimjob on Oct 27, 2013
edward norton was just great in everything last night.
Eru'Eru Narvaez on Oct 27, 2013
That was funny. Ed Norton's Owen Wilson impression alone was just great.
Andrew DiDonato on Oct 27, 2013
Brilliant. Just brilliant.
Quanah on Oct 27, 2013
Having to endure a dorky Wes Anderson film is a joke.
Lord_Cthulhu on Oct 27, 2013
Its funny how polarizing his films are amongst viewers. You either love them or hate them. There doesn't seem to be an in-between with him. Personally, I love his style, but I can definitely understand how others can't stand it.
grimjob on Oct 28, 2013
Yeah, ok... I'll admit it- Life Aquatic, and Mr. Fox are pretty good.
Lord_Cthulhu on Oct 29, 2013
Life Aquatic is probably my favorite. That or Tenenbaums.
grimjob on Oct 29, 2013
Finally a Wes Anderson movie I could maybe make it thru!
MovieLuvr on Oct 29, 2013
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