The official teaser trailer for “Final Night time in Soho” is a subtly disturbing affair with a basic vibe that is, curiously, considerably harking back to director Nicholas Winding Refn’s Elle Fanning-led thriller “The Neon Demon.” Nevertheless, the clip’s precise content material makes it clear that we’re speaking a few very totally different film.
The trailer is ready to an ominous cowl of Petula Clark’s “Downtown,” sung by Anya Taylor-Pleasure herself. Though it begins in a reasonably unassuming method, it quickly turns into evident that Taylor-Pleasure and Thomasin McKenzie’s characters are intertwined in difficult and mysterious ways in which have little to do with conventional portrayals of time journey. The preliminary dreamlike glamour ultimately provides away to abject dread. “When the previous helps you to in, the reality comes out,” the trailer proclaims, because the lighting turns into an increasing number of threatening, and the imagery turns into scary figures, creepy make-up, and an obvious knife assault. Lastly, it seems that the very material of actuality is beginning to break aside like glass.
Though it is nonetheless unclear exactly what “Final Night time in Soho” is about, one factor is definite: This most positively is not the form of film wherein Simon Pegg and Nick Frost immediately waltz in and begin cracking jokes — and in the event that they do, they most likely will not be as pleasant as you keep in mind them from the “Cornetto Trilogy.” As a substitute, it appears to be like like Wright is taking all of the fashion and panache of “Child Driver” and utilizing it for nefarious functions. In different phrases, “Final Night time in Soho” appears to be like like a must-watch film — simply do not be shocked if it additionally appears to be like a complete lot like a really disturbing dream you are about to have tonight.
“Final Night time in Soho” is ready to hit theaters on October 22.