Randy Moore's acclaimed but controversial surrealist fantasy/horror film Escape from Tomorrow has a trailer. Wikipedia has the story behind the movie:
The film became one of the most talked-about films at Sundance, and then received some attention in the national media, because Moore had made most of it on location at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland without permission from The Walt Disney Company, which owns and operates both parks. Since Disney has a reputation for being fiercely protective of its intellectual property, the cast and crew used guerrilla filmmaking techniques to avoid attracting attention, such as keeping their scripts on their iPhones and shooting on handheld video cameras similar to those used by park visitors. After principal photography was complete, Moore was so determined to keep the project a secret from Disney that he edited it in South Korea. Sundance similarly declined to discuss the film in detail before it was shown. It was called "the ultimate guerrilla film".
Escape from Tomorrow is scheduled to be released both theatrically and through pay-per-view October 11th. -via Boing Boing