Lars Von Trier has made some severally messed up masterpieces in the past, and each has achieved some sort of classic status amongst the more detailed critical community. However, despite everything we've been able to pick up from his films, he's maintained that each of them had a happy ending. That is until Melancholia, which he says is his first film that doesn't have a happy ending. If you're looking for an experience far more terrifying than the typical horror film, look no further than Von Trier. He looks to be delivering another terrific piece of filmmaking, and I look forward to being kept up for days thinking about this film.