The trailer for Oliver Parker‘s Dorian Gray, slated to play next month’s Toronto Film Festival, indicates that the film may be mildly reprehensible. Oscar Wilde‘s tale of moral decrepitude among 19th Century London elite has apparently been coarsened into a semi-blatant sex-and-horror pic in hopes of reaching young horror hormonals. Wilde’s rotted corpse, lying inside a stone tomb at Pere Lachaise, is waiting for TIFF reactions before deciding what to do.