Crimes Of The Future Trailer - David Cronenberg Returns To Horror Sci-Fi
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Crimes Of The Future Trailer – David Cronenberg Returns To Horror Sci-Fi

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BY April 14, 2022

The first trailer for the film Crimes of the Future shows the film’s initial scenes. In this one, you can tell that David Cronenberg is back to his old ways in body-level horror productions since you can see quite intense and shocking scenes in his new film.

The trailer shows scenes of people as species of mutations or transformations. According to the plot, these mutations should start the new human evolution. You can see the same people with their lips sewn, preventing them from speaking, the ears in the place where the eyes should be, among other scenes.

Person with ears on forehead getting their lips sewn Image via Neon

Other elements shown are the scenography and the atmosphere in each scene. Both establish a suspense and terror plot seeing how 2 of the main characters change other people’s appearance. This movie certainly belongs to the horror sci-fi category and will be released in June this year.   

The Movie Trailer’s Details are Superb

We can see several intense and frightening things in the video, such as a child eating a plastic trash can in a bathroom. Next, a person whose lips are sewn with a thread and another with six ears instead of two. We can see a chair for spinal modifications and other body parts as well.

As we can see, the movie promises to have shocking scenes, with people being subjected to various experiments. According to the plot, everything revolves around the evolution of humanity. We will also see how a person has tubes inserted into his abdomen, among other things.

Other elements we see are a person who plugs in an aux cable on themselves and a strange, blue and green glowing lump. 

According to a synopsis provided by NEON,

As the human species adapts to a synthetic environment, the body undergoes new transformations and mutations. With his partner Caprice (Léa Seydoux), Saul Tenser (Viggo Mortensen), celebrity performance artist, publicly showcases the metamorphosis of his organs in avant-garde performances. Timlin (Kristen Stewart), an investigator from the National Organ Registry, obsessively tracks their movements, which is when a mysterious group is revealed… Their mission — to use Saul’s notoriety to shed light on the next phase of human evolution.

Crimes of the Future will Premiere at Cannes

Although the Crimes of the Future trailer announces the film’s release in theaters in June, it will premiere a little earlier at the Cannes Film Festival in May this year. This movie will premiere with other films listed as the best of the decade.

The Cannes festival will happen between May 17 and 28. It is still not very clear which day they will present Crimes of the Future. Cannes seems to be the ideal springboard to get feedback for the movie.

Davind Cronenberg standing at a table Image via Canadian Film Centre from Toronto, Canada, Wikimedia Commons

The film Crimes of the Future by director David Cronenberg will be released soon. The movie’s first trailer came out today, showing terrifying scenes which will make many people’s hair stand on end. Contrary to what some people think, this movie isn’t a remake or a sequel to the other Crimes of the Future Cronenberg made in the 70s. 

How excited are you to see David Cronenberg returning to body horror sci-fi? We’ll read you in the comments.

Featured Image via Neon

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