One thing In The Grime Trailer Takes Justin Benson And Aaron Moorhead Again To Indie Weirdness

For a duo who’ve made a couple of (interconnected) films about cults, it’s becoming that filmmakers Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead have gathered one thing of a cult following. From The Infinite and Decision, to Spring and their most up-to-date outing Synchronic, the pair have made a reputation for themselves as purveyors of distinctive and reliably glorious little weirdo indie sci-fi-horror films. And in the event you thought that them becoming a member of the MCU household (Benson and Moorhead helmed a few Moon Knight episodes, and are main the directorial staff on Loki Season 2) may imply an finish to their low-budget oddities, fortunately you’re unsuitable – one way or the other, amid all of that, they’ve cooked up a brand new one titled One thing In The Grime. Try the trailer right here:

The pair have taken a sometimes hands-on strategy for this movie, as with their earlier works – credited as administrators, writers, producers, and editors. And like The Infinite, they’re the celebs of this one too – not that the trailer offers away who they’re enjoying. This can be a creepy, cryptic trailer however with every kind of Benson and Moorhead hallmarks. Bizarre stuff dug up within the desert? Verify. Trippy visuals? Verify. Circles within the sky? Verify. In reality, it sparks all kinds of questions – will this be a standalone film? Is it related to the world of The Infinite and Decision, or possibly Synchronic? Or, one way or the other, a bridge between all three? For now, we merely have this synopsis to go on: “Two new neighbours witness what appears to be a supernatural occasion in one in all their residences. At first terrified, they realise that documenting this phenomenon might present them the lives they’ve all the time dreamed of.”

Oh, and right here’s the poster:

Keep tuned for extra info round when this hits UK screens. It’s set to reach within the US this November, so hopefully a launch over right here gained’t be far off then. Carry on the weirdness.

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