With the release date looming large for Timur Bekmambetov's epic first part of his Russian Night Watch trilogy, four clips from the film have now surfaced over at www.ifilm.com.
The four clips are entitled 'There Have Been Others Amongst Us', 'You Sure He's One of Us?', 'Don't Turn Around' and 'He's Already Lost'.
You can also visit www.themoviebox.net to see a full list of available clips and trailers, including what appears to be the 'official' trailer from the UK website, which unfortunately ditches the great music (Brain Eno's Trainspotting track etc) of the initial trailer and replaces it with a generic rock tune.
Set in contemporary Moscow, Night Watch revolves around the conflict and balance maintained by the forces of light and darkness - the result of a ancient truce between the opposing sides.
The first part of this trilogy will be released in the UK on October 7th, although there will be a special advance screening of the film at London's FrightFest on August 28th at the Odeon West End on Leicester Square.
As night falls the dark forces battle the super-human "Others" of the Night Watch, whose mission is to patrol and protect. But there is constant fear that an ancient prophecy will come true, that a powerful "Other" will rise up, be tempted by one of the sides and tip the balance plunging the world into a renewed war betweent the dark and the light, the result which would be catastrophic.
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