As Tarantino has ganked numerous action film styles for the film itself, he also did a decent job with making sure his trailer evoked some parts of earlier movie advertising. Unfortunately, the majority of the trailer is still slickly-edited with flashy cuts and MTV-style pacing, which I don't care too much for but there you go. I would have loved to have seen a vintage 1970s trailer, you know, the kind where the music and action stop suddenly for a scene with dialogue, but there are two very nice throwbacks to the old trailer genre here.
Very nice spaghetti western feel to this little scene (Uma walking through a hazy empty desert, with this title coming up over)
This is actually a freeze frame with title on top, happens at the end of the trailer. Dude falls off balcony, shot freezes, up comes title. With production company information underneath ("Supercool Manchu Inc") which doesn't happen much nowadays either. I like.
Oh, and did I mention there's an animated segment in the film as well? Again, this could be really cool or simply too-clever-for-its-own-good.
It's little touches shown in the first two shots that I enjoy. I still will withhold judgement on the entire film until I've seen it, but I can say that at least one of the trailers for it is cool. (The second trailer is even more slickly-edited and what you'd expect from a Hollywood Hit Machine, but the benefit of the alternate is that you get to see a lot of the girl from Battle Royale dressed as a Japanese schoolgirl with a big iron ball and chain. I bet I know whose interest that just piqued.)