Mrs. Doubtfire recut als Psychothriller


(Youtube Direktdoubtfire, via Albotas)

Hier ein ziemlich fantastisch neu geschnittener Trailer zu Mrs. Doubtfire, der das ganze als ultracreepige Stalker-Psychothriller aussehen lässt. Liegt natürlich vor allem an der Musik, aber tatsächlich ist Robin Williams als alte Dame sowieso schon creepy genug. Da brauchts dann auch nur noch einen neuen Soundtrack.

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  1. Christian D.

    legen… wait for it… dary!

  2. Darkling


  3. Ced

    ich hab mich eingenässt…

  4. Andi

    Ich muss zugeben, dass ich Mrs. Doubtfire noch nie gesehen habe. Aber dieses Szenario (Mann verkleidet sich als alte Nanny um irgendwie den Kindern nahe zu sein), ist natürlich auch eine Steilvorlage für so einen Trailer / fiktiven Film.
    Aber: Klasse geschnitten und die Musik tut ihr übriges.

  5. V'kar


  6. TOPF

    lol wtf? XDDD

  7. GunGrave

    Wahnsinn – hab das “Original” ^_^ paar mal gesehen… aber der recut lässt mich meine schönen, lustigen Erinnerungen an den Film hinterfragen! ^_~
    Klasse gemacht… einfach toll!

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