What would "Ant-Man" look like as a 1950s-era horror monster movie instead of the flashy, big-budget Marvel production set to come out later this month?
A new parody trailer by YouTube filmmaker Louis "Sleepy Skunk" Plamondon and Vulture's New York Magazine posted to YouTube on Monday attempts to answer that question with a little help from the late, great Vincent Price. The trailer has more of the feel of the actor's classics such as "House of Wax" and "The Fly" than Marvel's modern hits like "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "Guardians of the Galaxy."
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The clip uses footage from several films, including "House on Haunted Hill," "The Incredible Shrinking Man" and "Them!" combined with black-and-white scenes from the actual trailers for Marvel's 2015 "Ant-Man" flick, to create a compelling and convincing retro trailer for the film.
You can watch the finished product above, then be sure to check out CNET's spoiler-free review of The movie will hit theaters in Australia on July 16, followed by the US and the UK on July 17.