Update: More Outlander Trailers

In advance of the Spanish release of Outlander — the epic alien monster vs Vikings movie we here at the Backbrain have been anticipating for some time — the filmmakers have placed a variety of teasers, trailers and clips on the official website. This is great stuff and I’m even more excited about the film as the date for a general release draws closer.

Below is a clip that contains potential spoilers, but it’s too cool not to display for you. You get to see plenty of the monster — known as the Moorwen — as two of the main characters, Kainan and Wulfric, venture beyond the Village walls and confront it.

I should also point out that it’s in Spanish….

But make sure you go to the website for lots more.

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8 Responses to Update: More Outlander Trailers

  1. Avery says:

    This film is gonna be so freakin’ awesome!! I can’t wait to get my chance to see it!!

  2. chuck mckenzie says:

    This looks just so damn cool! I just hope they do a decent job with either subtitles or dubbing, rather than going the US remake route.

  3. AD says:

    The movie *is* in english. It’s the spanish version that’s dubbed. But for whatever reason I don’t happen to have that clip in English.

    I do have the first scene (the interogation one) that’s on the main page right now in English in the media section of the site if you’re curious.

  4. Backbrain says:

    I guessed the Spanish language was a result of the upcoming release in Spain. Thanks for coming on, AD. The excitement is building! Any idea when we’re likely to see a US (or even Australian) release?

  5. AD says:

    Frustratingly, no…

    The Weinsteins don’t even have in their upcomming movies on their site yet. If I had to speculate I’d say to look for a limited release in February around the same time as the UK release date. The Russians seem to have inexplicably pushed the movie back to about that date too. Of course this is just a best guess on my part and should in no way be taken as concrete evidence of anything.

    I haven’t even heard who picked up distribution rights in Australia yet.

  6. Lee Merritt says:

    Looks great! I look forward to seeing this film!

  7. Backbrain says:

    There has been so much interest in this film, it seems bizarre to me that getting it around, particularly outside of Europe, has apparently been so difficult. The distributors should be clambering to get their hands on it! Come on, guys! Get in touch with the filmmakers today!

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