Berserk: Golden Age Arc III: Descent
Japanese Title: Berserk Ōgon Jidai-Hen III: Kōrin
Romaji: ベルセルク 黄金時代 篇 III: 降臨
Release Date: 4th February 2012 (Japan)
Running Time: N/A
Director: Toshiyuki Kubooka
Writer: Ichiro Okouchi (Script),Kentarō Miura (original manga)
Starring: Hiroaki Iwanaga (Guts), Takahiro Sakurai (Griffith), Toa Yukinaru (Casca), Aki Toyosaki (Charlotte), Kenta Miyake (Nosferatu Zodd)
A new trailer for the third Berserk feature film has been released and it shows us part of the eclipse ceremony that comes at the very end of the Golden Age Arc. This is where the story becomes a full-blown horror movie. I found it genuinely disturbing what with the horrific landscape and human suffering. The trailer shows that all of the mayhem and carnage is present and correct and given the full CGI treatment – just a few glimpses made me remember the horrible feelings I went through at the end of the Berserk TV anime. Also released was a new poster for the film which can be seen above (the old one below). The first two films have played at UK film festivals like Scotland Loves Anime and are all guaranteed a UK DVD release at some point. Stay tuned for more information!
After Guts leaves the employ of the Band of the Hawk it all goes very wrong for Griffith and company. Casca does her best to hold the remnants of the mercenary army together but with Midland’s soldiers closing in on them their days seem numbered. Until Guts steps back into the picture. This, however, will lead him to the Eclipse Ceremony and the horror that will unleash Femto.
5 thoughts on “New Berserk: Golden Age Arc III: Descent Trailer and Poster”
Yes!!! The epicness is murdering my eyeballs.
The final episode of Berserk left me traumatised and I watch horror films every week! I’m not looking forward to the film.
Yeah, unlike most horror movies, I empathize with the characters so much. It makes for sadness
Do you know anything about the music used in the trailer?
I have to be honest and say no. It sounds like something from the soundtrack composed by Shiro Sagisu. I didn’t find it on the OST and it certainly isn’t the end them by Kaname Kawabata from the group Chemistry composed the end theme called Breakthrough which can be heard in this trailer,