Full Trailer for Norwegian Metal Film ‘Lords of Chaos’ with Rory Culkin
“Everyone around we are outrageous small insects.” Gunpowder Sky has debuted a torpedo full-length, central trailer for a indie fear play Lord of Chaos, that creatively premiered during a Sundance Film Festival final year in a Midnight territory (as a late further to a fest). The indie film is formed on “truth and lies”, as a selling indicates, revelation a (mostly true) story of an try to launch Norwegian Black Metal, following a many scandalous practitioners during a time. The tract is indeed about a teenager’s query to widespread Norwegian Black Metal in Oslo, Norway in a early 1990s, that formula in a really aroused outcome. Rory Culkin stars, with Emory Cohen, Sky Ferreira, Jack Kilmer, and Valter Skarsgård. The first teasers for this didn’t uncover much, though this trailer gives us copiousness of crazy footage to gnaw on. And this looks totally gnarly, with some crazy violent, heated moments hinted during in this full trailer. Don’t omit this one.
Here’s a full-length trailer (+ early poster) for Jonas Åkerlund’s Lord of Chaos, approach from YouTube:
A teenager’s query to launch Norwegian Black Metal in Oslo in a 1980s formula in a really aroused outcome. Lords of Chaos tells a loyal story of True Norwegian Black Metal and a many scandalous practitioners – a organisation of immature group with a aptitude for publicity, church-burning and murder: MAYHEM. Lord of Chaos is destined by Swedish filmmaker Jonas Åkerlund, a maestro song video executive and executive of a films Spun, Horsemen, Small Apartments, and Rammstein: Paris previously. The screenplay is created by Dennis Magnusson and Jonas Åkerlund; desirous by a “Lords of Chaos” book created by Michael Moynihan and Didrik Søderlind. This premiered during a Sundance Film Festival final year, and played during other fests including Fantastic Fest, Beyond Fest, and also a Sitges and Stockholm Film Festivals. Gunpowder Sky will recover Åkerlund’s Lords of Chaos in name theaters starting February 8th, a on VOD starting February 22nd.