These days, movie studios are under the assumption that for their film to draw in audiences, their movie trailers have to be filled with that ominous BRRAAAAHHHMM! sound, made so popular thanks to its overuse in Christopher Nolan’s Inception.
So, how would the trailer of an older movie come across to today’s audiences if it were recut to appeal to this modern assumption?
Check out the video here below for a trailer for 1975′s Monty Python and the Holy Grail, a feature-lengthy comedy by the Monty Python troop, created to make the film come across as a 2013 tragic and epic blockbuster.
When you watch something like this, it shows you that trailers can be cut in many different ways to make a movie look like it’s an action feature or a romantic comedy or a period piece – it’s all in how you splice it.