This eyeball-melting trailer may be the best way to experience Harmony Korine’s Aggro Dr1ft

Aggro Dr1ft
Aggro Dr1ft
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You can get pretty much everything you need to know about Spring Breakers and The Beach Bum director Harmony Korine’s Aggro Dr1ft from looking at one still image—which will most likely feature an infrared image of some kind of masked soldier dude holding some kind of gun, like you got bored with regular Call Of Duty and decided to try playing on a broken TV. Actually, scratch that: You can get everything you need to know about Aggro Dr1ft from its title. If the title doesn’t do it for you, then nothing else about the film will.

And yet… this trailer for the film is kinda… really sick? Like, maybe sick as hell? Like if you were hanging out with some bros and one of them said “I saw a movie trailer that was super sick,” you’d be able to conjure this exact thing in your head? Like if you opened up the dictionary to the entry for “the sickest shit you’ve ever seen in your damn life,” it would show this trailer?

Filmed entirely in infrared (so this movie is like how the Predator sees all movies), Aggro Dr1ft is about an assassin trying to kill some kind of demon in some kind of fantasy version of Florida. It seems like there’s not a ton there, other than the visuals, and that means it might all be a little insufferable as a full feature film (even one that’s only 80 minutes). But that just makes this trailer even better, to the point where we can’t help but wonder if this trailer is the ideal way to experience Aggro Dr1ft. It’s only one minute long, you get to see the weird infrared shit and some bizarre demon imagery, and then you get to go back to your normal life. If you want more, just watch it again!

But if you really want more, Aggro Dr1ft will be screening at a strip club in Los Angeles in February. Tickets are available now for $100, and there will be “exclusive merch” at the event. Would we wear a t-shirt with the Aggro Dr1ft logo? Yes, we would. Just throwing that out there in case anybody buys a ticket to this thing.