Though it'll be a while yet until until its American release (it opens here on May 5), the UK version of iTunes is promoting the film, which opens in England on Friday, by making available a free, 13 minute clip. If you want to be creeped out on your subway ride this morning, download the sucker, watch it on your video iPod (of course, if you're technologically behind like me, you can also sit at your computer and do so), and find out what the hell everybody is talking about. Additionally, if you've seen the film or its predecessors and have questions for their director, Time Out will be conducting an interview with Park tomorrow, and they want to know what we're curious about. Since there are currently a grand total of two reader submissions, you've probably got a good chance of getting your question asked, assuming it's not something like "Do you like dogs?" or "What's your damn problem, freak?"
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