International Trailer Debut: Dylan Dog: Dead of Night

We’ve been following the progress of the latest comic-to-film adaptation Dylan Dog: Dead Of Night for what feels like forever, and finally we’re at a point when we can actually see something other than production photos and concept art. That’s right, kids! It’s time for some long overdue international-style trailer action!

In the film Dylan Dog (Brandon Routh) is forced back into his nightmare investigations after he is approached by a woman who claims to have seen her father brutally murdered by a mysterious creature. With his street smarts, his gun, and a set of paranormal weapons, Dylan attempts to restore order both above and below ground.

Check out the trailer below, which has come just in time for the film’s Italian premiere this coming October. Let us know what you think thus far in our comments section below.

Still no news on a Stateside release but when we know, you’ll know. Dig it!

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First Footage Arrives for Dylan Dog: Dead of Night

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  • Caterpillar

    That’s not a trailer. That’s a sales reel. Notice the “NOW IN POST PRODUCTION” thing at the end? You don’t usually see that on official trailers. This is something that gets shown at film markets to potential international distributors.

    Anyway, this looks absolutely awful. Like a bad episode of BUFFY or something.

    • David

      I agree. Routh looks like Dylan Dog but the rest of this reel is nothing like I imagined. I hate the look of it and the whole thing looks cheap and direct-to-dvd. Sad to say, it looks like we’ll soon learn that the premiere will be on the Syfy channel.

  • G.D.

    Wow, this looks pretty atrocious.

  • Spaceshark

    I like.

  • Avid Fan

    Looks ok, fun at best, it seems rather flipant and caddy, but I’ve never read the coic so I’m not familiar with how the tone is supposed to play out, but I’m guessing it’s supposed to be more Hellboy than The Mummy.
    The image/poster under the trailer is aweful and needs to go away, it’s stale and boring and does not convey anything about the film.


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