Friday, February 27, 2004
Many have had the experience of going to see a movie that doesn't live up to the trailer created to sell it. By condensing a film so extremely and setting its highlights to music, trailers exaggerate a movie's drama, humor, and overall quality. But a recent contest invited editors to go a step further, and create a trailer that actually misrepresents a classic film. Bob talks to Kevin Halleran, who submitted the winning entry - a trailer that spins The Sound of Music as a horror film.