If you've followed any SXSW coverage at all, you've no doubt heard about Serbian Film. It's this year's Antichrist, complete with a new t-shirt-ready catchphrase ("newborn porn"). Over at Horror Squad, Luke Mullen calls it a "flat-out brilliant film." Yet in his review for Cinematical, Eugene Novikov not only say he can't recommend the film, but he also confesses, "if I could unsee it, I would." Sounds pretty disturbing, and yet something compelled me to watch its new international trailer just after I finished lunch. I guess I was just that curious, but I have to warn you all: do not watch the trailer while eating or immediately after eating. Honestly, I can barely even remember what it was that disturbed me. I seem to have wiped most of the spot from my memory. And though the trailer is supposedly pretty tame compared to what the actual film entails, it's still way too NSFW to even embed here. But if you must see what all the fuss is about (or just some very, very pornographic and violent images, head over to Pajiba to see the thing.

On a lighter note, I'd also like to direct your attention to the official international spot for the intriguing French film Les aventures extraordinaires d'Adele Blanc-Sec. It's also NSFW (for a quick breast flash), but nothing compared to the one for Serbian Film. Luc Besson, the director of The Professional (aka Leon), The Fifth Element and La Femme Nikita, brings us this whimsical-looking period fantasy based on the graphic novels by Jacques Tardi, which we first heard about more than two years ago. It's very Jean-Pierre Jeunet.

The lengthy title (likely shortened to just Adele when it hits the U.S.) is similar to the original title of Amelie (Le fabuleux destin d'Amelie Poulain) and its setting and style remind me of A Very Long Engagement. That said, I'll add a less appealing comparison: the pterodactyl gave me an Evolution flashback. Check out this spot below, but be warned about the NSFW brief nudity.

As far as I can tell, neither of these films have been picked up for distribution in America yet. But Serbian Film will likely be bought to cash in on its SXSW buzz and controversy factor (probably by IFC Films), while Besson rarely has trouble getting his films imported over here (Adele has Sony Classics written all over it). I can't wait to see the latter.