So, one of the big buzzes in the cult-film fan-boy and girl (but mostly boy) community these past few days has been the release of the "red band" trailer for Matthew Vaughn's upcoming movie based on Mark Millar's comic series, Kick-Ass. (For those not familiar with the taxonomy of film trailers, a red band trailer is one which is not "suitable for all audiences," as opposed to the ubiquitous green band trailers which are, regardless of the rating of the film they preview.)
The arrival of this trailer has been greeted with the predictable chorus of "Best. Trailer. EVER," statements. Judge for yourself (NSFW for language):
In response, I can only observe that anyone who considers this the Best. Trailer. EVER (in that way), has clearly never experienced the pure bug-fuck insanity of the trailer for Noboru Iguchi's RoboGeisha. If the Kick-Ass trailer is not suitable for all audiences, it is entirely possible that the RoboGeisha trailer is not suitable for any audiences. (It may be tempting to assume that I am simply engaging in a bit of ironic hyperbole here. I'm not.) Watch at your own risk.