Tom Ford's mind-bending thriller, Nocturnal Animals, is enjoying a successful run on the festival circuit in hopes of some awards season glory. The film stars Amy Adams as Susan Morrow, an art gallery owner who receives the manuscript for a book written by her ex-husband and it rehashes dark memories from their past. Nocturnal Animals uses the story-inside-of-a-story structure to tell a seemingly gripping psychological tale. Slated for a December 9th release, check out the film's wildly entertaining debut trailer below.
Another recent trailer to drop also highlights a festival circuit film telling a dark psychological story, but this time it's true. Christine stars Rebecca Hall (The Town and The Gift) as 1970s TV reporter Christine Chubbuck whose documented depression took a stranglehold over her life as the pressures of work and the rejection of a love interest become too much to handle, forcing Christine to do the unthinkable. Based on a shocking true story, Hall's performance has been lauded and fans of dark themed character studies will certainly have something to look forward to this October. You can catch the first-look trailer of Christine below.