Love Death & Robots : the series Netflix David Fincher and Tim Miller is full of images in a trailer with epilepsy
Love, Death & Robots, the series of anthology science-fiction, fantasy, horror, and comedy, delivers its first trailer a month before its arrival on Netflix.
After the announcement last January of the launch by Netflix for a series of animation anthology created by David Fincher (Mindhunter) and Tim Miller (Deadpool), Love, Death & Robots has unveiled its first images in a trailer, eating disorder… epilepsy refrain</strong>.
Definitely not for kids, this trailer is a series of images indémêlables, violent, subliminal and dark which, if they give the dizzy, do not say absolutely nothing of the plot. In this tangle of images, we can distinguish soldiers werewolves, robots in the wild, the kinds of monsters-the debris, hunters, cyborgs, spiders, aliens, or demons that come straight from hell.
The purpose of the two filmmakers was to create an animated series for adult, combining various inspirations and varied (Midnight movies, comics, books, magazines fiction fantasy…) and the love of the animation, while integrating the current cultural landscape.
Each of the 18 episodes are between 5 and 15 minutes and was conducted by a different team. Love, Death & Robots will be on Netflix starting on march 15, next.