In an effort to hype his latest project (no, not that awesome-looking Dungeon Siege thing, which I can't wait to see), Boll has unleashed a teaser video from Postal ... one that packs footage that looks a lot like a victim's-eye-view of the 9/11 attacks. A very amusing site called Bollbashers.com is where you can see the video clip, and I guess it'll make you either very sad or very angry at Mr. Boll. My advice would be to just watch the clip and then forget about it; Boll gets more than enough free publicity as it is.
Far as I can tell, Postal is still in search of American distribution. (I guess being the director of House of the Dead, Alone in the Dark and BloodRayne doesn't earn you a lot of friends on the U.S. distribution circuit.) The flick's got a pretty, um, eclectic collection of performers, with Zack Ward in the lead role and folks like Dave Foley, Seymour Cassel, Verne Troyer and David Huddleston populating the background. (Yes, I said David Huddleston.) If you need a somewhat lengthier taste of what Postal is all about, check out the "secret trailer" over at YouTube. And be sure to share your thoughts on that "9/11 teaser." Is it tasteless for a filmmaker to make broad jokes about this particular tragedy -- or is it just offensive because the jokes are coming from a guy as witless as Uwe Boll? (I'm going with the latter.)