Watch: Todd Berger's End-of-the-World Comedy 'It's a Disaster' Trailer

February 15, 2013
Source: SlashFilm

It's a Disaster Trailer

"Let's go out the way we came in…" The perfect trailer to feature on a day like today, with meteorites and asteroids flying by. Oscilloscope Labs has debuted the trailer for the indie end-of-the-world comedy It's a Disaster, written and directed by Todd Berger, about an awkward couples brunch that gets even worse once they all find out it might be the end of the world. The cast includes small screen names like Rachel Boston, Kevin Brennan, David Cross, Julia Stiles, America Ferrera, Jeff Grace, Erinn Hayes and Blaise Miller. Despite all the quotes, I don't think this looks that great, but some folks might enjoy it.

Here's the first trailer for Todd Berger's It's a Disaster, originally found by SlashFilm:

Four couples meet for their monthly Sunday brunch only to discover they are stuck in a house together as the world may be about to end. It's a Disaster is a fast-paced ensemble comedy about the worst brunch ever: the eggs are cold, the tensions are high, and the end is near. It's a Disaster is written and directed by American actor-writer-filmmaker Todd Berger, of the film The Scenesters previously and other shorts work. The film first premiered at the L.A. Film Festival last summer, and was picked up by Oscilloscope Labs. They're releasing Berger's It's a Disaster starting VOD on March 5th, and in theaters April 12th this spring.

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Hopefully it'll be an improvement over Right At Your Door (2006)...although that wouldn't exactly be a grand achievement. I predict David Cross saves this film...

zey on Feb 15, 2013


i guess "right at your door" went right over your head. too bad - if you could have understood it - it was a good movie.

javier on Feb 15, 2013


woah, bad-ass over here.......and no, not really.

bat0u on Feb 15, 2013



zey on Feb 17, 2013


It's quite funny in bits. Almost like a play in that it's set pretty much in 2 rooms.

Carpola on Feb 15, 2013


Looks like it'll split viewers the same way as the film BURN AFTER READING. People either found it hilarious and loved it, or they hated it and found it boring.

David Kinskey-Lebeda on Feb 18, 2013

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