Maniac – Red Band Trailer


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Fieser neuer Trailer zu „The Maniac“ mit Elijah Wood. Sieht großartig aus. Fies und großartig.

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  1. evilnerd

    Sieht klasse aus ABER ich kann diese “Hollywood-Super-Beauties” nicht mehr ertragen! Was ist denn aus den “normal” hübschen, charismatischen Frauen geworden? Diese Super Hotties sind so unfassbar unglaubwürdig was sich dann auch auf den Film niederschlägt. Heutzutage wäre ein Casting wie bei “Alien” undenkbar. Tragisch eigentlich.

  2. Silent Rocco

    Maniac ist fies und großartig!

  3. Tippi

    Aua! Du liebe Güte!

  4. Tippi

    Aua! Du liebe Güte!

  5. EddiBarzou

    Fieser neuer Trailer zu „The Maniac“ mit Elijah Wood. Sieht großartig aus. Fies und großartig.
    nee tuts nich! eher so wie schon tausendmal gesehn…nur mit hobbit.

  6. jhg

    Mal ehrlich, der Off-Sprecher bringt absolut nichts rüber. Wenn der den Protagonisten im Film Spricht dann kann man den Film in Deutsch den Hasen geben. Und dieser Pseudoakzent der Dame, das ist mindestens genauso mies.

    Wenn die Syncro genauso ist wie der Trailer, dann haben sie es in sachen Stimmung komplett verkackt!

    Das ist so schlecht, da kommt kein Horror auf, nur Mitleid mit dem Syncronstudio.

  7. Tobias K

    Der Sprecher ist Elijah Wood selbst ;-)

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