Friday, November 16, 2007

First teaser trailer.

Greetings, people of Earth. Here, for your viewing pleasure, is the first teaser trailer for Interplanetary, in the glorious QuickTime format.

Big version (40.9MB)

Small version (13.4MB)

EDIT: Link changed to reflect new server address (2008-Oct-01).

10 comments:

Chris_Garrison said...

Regarding the trailer: Yay!

My only criticism: I don't know about using the scratchy film effect so soon after Grindhouse.

Otherwise, this preview is super-awesome fun! I hope the movie will deliver similar amounts of fast cutting and cool rock music. You're going to be the darling of Sidewalk next year!

Dang, I really wished I could have come to the thing last night, but for multiple reasons, I just couldn't. Was it great?

Chance Shirley said...

A fair criticism about the GRINDHOUSE effect. But I was trying to make the titles look like they were shot on film in 1983 and poorly preserved. I think it fits with the visual tone of the movie, which is kind of "retro future."

As for the screening last night, I only got to stay for half, but it was great. The audience was standing room only, and the screening area that Todd set up was really nice.

Andrew Bellware said...

I think you got 1974 out of that teaser!
Yes!

Chance Shirley said...

> ...1974...

Oh, no... I've gone too far!

Craig Isley said...

Looks great. Can't wait to see the whole flick!

Kirk said...

I think the effect works well. I myself said "Only...AT THE GRINDHOUSE!!!" after I finished watching it. I'd say that's a compliment, because I think of Planet Terror as being some fantastic VHS from an alternate universe's 1987. Can't wait to see the film!

Andrew Bellware said...

You can never go "too far"!

KidAt40 said...

Filmed in xenovision widescreen?! I love it! Lots of great images. Aliens legs look awesome (though I'm more of a boob man myself). Hand in the cave looks good too.

Mike O'Risal said...

[Rubbing hands together with glee]

Damn, but that looks like it's gonna be a fun flick.

Chance Shirley said...

Thanks, everybody, for all the comments so far. Please keep 'em coming!