Vampire movie? No.
And thank God, because the only other vampire movie I ever want to see is Vamps, which looks hilarious, and it's nice to see Alicia Silverstone regurgitating her '90s cuteness instead of food into her son's mouth.
But no---the nonvampire movie I'm referring to is Stoker, starring Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode, and Mia Wasikowska (whom I think would have made an excellent Katniss, for the record).
I'm not exactly sure what's going on in this preview, except to say that some of the images are going to carry me to the theater: Mia with the shotgun, Matthew with the scissors, Nicole's skirt blowing in the breeze. Suffice it to say, India's (Wasikowska) father dies and she meets her Uncle Charlie (Goode) with whom she becomes infatuated.
Also, the trailer pretty much has the best opening line and scene to a movie preview. Like a good short story, this definitely knows how to draw a reader viewer in.
If you're skipping the trailer, here's the opening line:
You know I've often wondered why it is that we have children. And the conclusion I've come to is we want someone to get it right this time.
But not me.
Personally speaking, I can't wait to watch life tear you apart.
This movie is slated to come out in the spring, which surprises me since it looks like Oscar bait. And what the WHAT---it's co-written by Wentworth Miller of Fox's "Prison Break" fame. I haven't even seen this movie yet, and I'm already thrilled with the twists.