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Second Where the Wild Things Are Trailer Debuts

This year’s San Diego Comic-Con was full of impressive stars, trailers, and extended previews. But few had as much impact on the crowd as what we saw of Where the Wild Things Are. Now, some four months after the debut of the first trailer, Warner Bros. had gifted us with the second. Prepare to be transported to another place and time filled with pure bliss.

Like Creepy said following our sneak peek at three scenes from the film during SDCC, “Heartwarming, charming, and funny, Where The Wild Things Are is a sure bet for parents looking to introduce their kids to the concept of creatures.” I’d add it’s also for us adults (yes, even non-parents, too) looking to regain some magic from our own childhoods. Check it out below, and see if you don’t agree.

Look for Where the Wild Things Are in theatres on October 16, 2009.

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  • Floydian Trip

    I love this story and I always thought it was pretty dark. Judging from the trailer though they seem to be going at it more cutesy than I like. Still looking forward to it though.

  • Morgan Elektra

    It LOOKS really good… but I’m not sure how I feel about the pre-wild thing stuff they’re showing. It looks like they’re making Max out to be this poor little lonely kid with an overactive imagination. I so hope they didn’t go that way and ruin the heart of the story.

  • OrvilleZombie

    I’m looking forward to seeing this movie as well… but what the bloody hell does this have to do with horror? It has creatures? So does E.T. That don’t make it horror, kids.

    • Uncle Creepy

      Because it’s a story a lot of horror fans cut their teeth on as kids. And it’s something we decided to cover. There are a lot of gray area films we don’t, but in this case we decided to expose our readers to it because it’s pretty fuckin cool looking.

      And besides, ET’s an alien, not really a monster. ;)