Quentin Dupieux's 'Rubber' was easily one of the strangest films to make the film festival circuit last year. The story of a discarded tire named Robert who becomes sentient, discovers his psychic powers and proceeds to go on a head-exploding rampage through the American southwest, it is, in the most literal sense of the phrase, unlike anything you've seen before. Is it a hilarious (and bloody) parody of b-horror movies? Is it a self aware, metatextual commentary on the nature of storytelling? It's both. It's smart, silly and just plain crazy in equal measure.

Leave it to Magnet to take a chance on such a wild little movie. The new trailer for the film (which you can watch after the jump) offers just the tip of iceberg, thankfully saving many of the film's biggest surprises -- including a narrative framing device involving a strange group of spectators that has to be seen to be believed -- for those who choose to seek out the film. And seek it out you should! This movie is amazing.

Now hit that jump and watch the trailer for yourself! (A tip of the hat to Badass Digest, where we first saw the trailer.)