Rubber – Trailer zu einem Film über einen wütenden, telekinetischen… Autoreifen!

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Ich habe schon viele absurde Horrorfilme über mordende Fahrstühle (Down), fiesen Milchshake (The Stuff), Killerautos, böse Kleiderschränke und sowas gesehen… ein Film über einen wütenden, telekinetischen Autoreifen (WTF?!) würde ich jetzt aber mal spontan als den absurdesten bezeichnen.

In the Californian desert, an incredulous audience gathers to watch a telepathic tire’s adventures that are mysteriously attracted by a beautiful lady. An investigation begins.

Der Film stammt übrigens von Quentin Dupieux, besser bekannt als Mr. Oizo. Hier die offzielle Website zu Rubber.

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  1. Mr.TaXXXi

    Der Film ist übrigens von Quentin Dupieux, besser bekannt als Mr. Oizo (ja, der mit dem gelbem Viech aus der Lewis-Werbung). Dachte nur, daß man das ruhig mal erwähnen könnte hier.

    Danke für die Aufmerksamkeit!

  2. haina

    wollt ich auch grad anmerken: mr. oizo! natürlich wird der film völlig irre aber dadurch sicher auch super.

  3. icorn

    Ich hatte ja erwartet, dass der Reifen den Vogel überrollt. Aber ich hatte ja die Telekinese vergessen – wie konnte ich nur…

  4. zauberswn

    Weiß jemand, wie man auf die Website kommt? Oder gibt’s erst mal nur genau diesen einen Screen zu sehen?

  5. Hell-G

    drehbuchschreiber haben LSD wiederentdeckt. thank god!

  6. SpielerZwei

    Mir fehlen die Worte…

  7. Snake

    Öhm, lol. Oh my God….this is the greatest Trailer i’ve ever seen in my Life…

    Ganz ehrlich, DAS ist mal ne verrückte Idee…

  8. GunGrave

    … unglaublich und doch so toll!

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