The trailer for Surveillance, Jennifer Lynch’s first film since Boxing Helena, is online, and does a pretty job of selling the movie’s Rashomon-like, B-movie egg scramble of n’er-do-wells, corrupted authority figures and vengeful sociopaths. Maybe too good a job, almost. I mean, only in the sense that the trailer comes across as streamlined, hook-y and conventional, while the final product is — in keeping with the writer-director’s surname — a bit more wildly unhinged. Full review to follow later in the week, along with some interviews probably early next week, coinciding with its limited theatrical release. Surveillance is currently available via VOD, by the way.