A24 has released the Life After Beth trailer online along with a couple of posters. The movie follows a young man (Dane DeHaan) whose girlfriend (Aubrey Plaza) comes back from the dead, but now has an appetite for human flesh. Even though I heard mixed things about the movie after it premiered at Sundance, this trailer makes it look delightfully weird and darkly comic. I really like the cast, and I hope that I’m more positive on the movie than my peers.
Hit the jump to check out the Life After Beth trailer and posters. The film also stars John C. Reilly, Molly Shannon, Paul Reiser, Matthew Gray Gubler, and Anna Kendrick. Life After Beth will premiere on DirecTV on July 17th before opening in theaters on August 15th. Click here to read Adam’s interview with DeHaan and Plaza and writer/director Jeff Baena.
Trailer via MTV.
Posters via Facebook.
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