Bodies Bodies Bodies: Trailer Talk

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Bodies Bodies Bodies: Trailer Talk

A few weeks ago, one of the Trailer Talk articles focused on the upcoming A24 release ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’, which portrays the multiverse in a unique way. However, A24 aren’t done with film releases this year; the first trailer for the horror comedy arrived last week.

‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’ is the titular name of a mystery game that a group of late 20-year-olds decide to play. However, as the game goes on, it becomes all too real and the group’s trust in each other starts to wear thin as the night goes on.



From the second the trailer starts, it’s clear the film is a satire on murder mystery films, as well as films that have utilized this type of premise before. And, in that, it looks to be executing this fantastically. The film looks funny, with commentary on the current generation, but also looks like it could have some great tense moments.

‘This film has a simple premise, but a great one. And, with the cast and style of writing, this film looks like it could be a funny and enjoyable watch. I also hope it has an interesting murder mystery attached. Overall, I trust that A24 have chosen a great film to distribute, and I look forward to seeing it when it comes out this year.


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