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[Slamdance '15] Encounter This “Red Luck” Trailer Premiere (Exclusive)

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 11:03

Anonymous notes, a jump rope, an overgrown yard, a crumpled piece of tinfoil, a baseball bat and a drill guide a group of individuals towards violence, sexual perversion and an inevitable encounter with Red Luck.

Bloody Disgusting has your exclusive first look at the trailer for “Red Luck,” an official Slamdance Film Festival experimental shorts selection.

“Red Luck: is described as a weird hybrid experimental horror/thriller/fantasy/cult/genre film that begins, “As sunny day comes to an end, a handful of seemingly disparate characters converge in this surreal psychosexual thriller. Something bad is blowing in the wind and it’s not a good day to go out looking for love. Weeds are growing, the sun is setting…and Red Luck is coming.

Check out the exclusive trailer premiere to go along with a handful of stills, animated goes and the one-sheet.


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‘Clock Tower’ Successor ‘NightCry’ Launches Kickstarter

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 11:00

A few weeks ago, developer Playism Games revealed NightCry (formerly known to us as Project Scissors) through an eerie live-action trailer, directed by Takashi Shimizu (Ju-On, The Grudge). The game has some serious names attached to it, including Clock Tower series creator Hifumi Kono and Pyramid Head creator Masahiro Ito.

NightCry is a spiritual successor to the long-dormant Clock Tower series that returns the series to its roots in 3D point-and-click adventure style gameplay. Like so many other passion projects, Playism will require a substantial amount of funds to realize it.

If they’re successful in raising $300,000, the game will come to mobile and PC, with other platforms potentially to follow.

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[Sundance '15] ‘Turbo Kid’ Is Pretty Damn Gory (Clip)

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 10:51

Having its World Premiere tonight at the Sundance Film Festival, we landed the first look at Turbo Kid, helmed by Anouk Whissell, Francois Simard and Yoann-Karl Whissell.

What we learned from said clip is that the movie is actually incredibly bloody and violent, something we had been told from insiders. Now we have our proof!

In a post-apocalyptic future, The Kid, an orphaned outcast, meets a mysterious girl. They become friends until Zeus, the sadistic leader of the Wasteland, kidnaps her. The Kid must face his fears, and journey to rid the Wasteland of evil and save the girl.

It stars Munro Chambers, Laurence Leboeuf, Michael Ironside, Aaron Jeffery, and Edwin Wright.

SUNDANCE SCREENING TIMES:

Monday, January 26, 11:59pm
Egyptian Theatre, Park City
328 Main St., Park City, UT

Tuesday, January 27, 9:30 p.m. – TURBO27RN
Redstone Cinema 1, Park City
6030 Market St.,, Park City, UT

Thursday, January 29, noon – TURBO29YD
Yarrow Hotel Theatre, Park City
1800 Park Ave., Park City, UT

Saturday, January 31, 6:00 p.m. – TURBO31WE
Tower Theatre, Salt Lake City
876 E. 900 South, Salt Lake City, UT

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Robotoki Shuts Down, ‘Human Element” Put On Hold

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 10:30

When Robotoki re-revealed their zombie survival game Human Element earlier this month, what we saw in its bombastic new trailer (see below) shared little resemblance to what was originally planned to be a horror game. It’s clear that at some point, its direction was refocused to cater to a wider audience. That move, it would seem, has caused quite a bit of trouble for the developer.

In a statement sent to Joystiq, Robotoki founder Robert Bowling confirmed that their decision to turn Human Element into a “premium” game had led to a falling out with its original publisher, Nexon. When Bowling was unable to find a way to replace those lost funds, the studio was forced to close.

“We were actively negotiating a new publishing deal for the premium version of Human Element but unfortunately I was unable to continue to self-fund development until a deal was finalized,” said Bowling.

It’s too bad. I’m not too enthusiastic about the new look, but Human Element still showed promise. Hopefully they’ll be able to find a new publishing deal soon.

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Listing Outs ‘Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy’ Remaster

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 10:00

Before developer Quantic Dream blurred the lines between video games and movies with their acclaimed serial killer thriller Heavy Rain, they made a little game called Fahrenheit/Indigo Prophecy. It was a moderately ridiculous paranormal thriller that went overlooked by many folks, including myself. If you missed it back in 2005, a recent Amazon listing seems to have prematurely revealed a second chance for us to soak up its bizarre brand of chills.

According to the listing, Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered will take a page out of 343′s Halo remasters by letting players switch between the original game and the remastered version, complete with controller support, in-game textures that have been meticulously recreated in HD for mobile and desktop” and all of the original cut-scenes, uncensored and uncut.

If we’re lucky, it will also come with an option to disable all those QTEs.

The $10 remaster is slated to release on January 29 for PC.

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‘Monstrum’ Creeps Onto Steam Early Access This Week

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 09:00

You’d have to be a right bag of dicks to not be able to appreciate how good this month has been for horror games, and I can’t think of a better chaser than the survival horror ghost ship scavenger hunt, Monstrum. The game brings the spooky scavenger hunt concept to a monster-infested ghost ship that changes every time you play.

Team Junkfish is slaving away over their overheated computers to make sure Monstrum hits Steam Early Access this Thursday (Jan 29). To celebrate its imminent arrival, they’ve gifted us with this brand new trailer.

I spent some time with its latest demo as a part of our 13 Days of Horror series last October. Watch it scare the f**k out of me in the video below!

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‘The Hum’ Prequel Announced, Coming to PC, PS4

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 03:37

The makers of the upcoming indie sci-fi horror game The Hum have just announced a prequel game called The Hum: Abductions, which they plan on releasing later this year for PC, Mac and PS4. I was worried we wouldn’t be seeing more from this game when its crowdfunding campaign failed to pick up steam last September, but it seems those worries were unnecessary.

Abductions follows “Holly Sanders, a mother and wife, who is living hard days since her husband’s mysterious vanishing, months ago. Lonely and disturbed, with her little son Dan as her only company, Holly will uncover the past and present events of the Sanders family, while facing a terrifying approaching revelation.”

The game will come with Oculus Rift support, they’re also working on bringing it to Linux.

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Listen To John Carpenter’s ‘Lost Themes’ In Full

Mon, 01/26/2015 - 00:44

Famed horror director John Carpenter has been building up his album Lost Themes for a few months now. The 9-track album is a collection of brand new music that evokes the classic stylings of Carpenter’s films, such as Halloween, Escape From New York, Assault On Precinct 13, and more.

Carpenter states:

Lost Themes was all about having fun. It can be both great and bad to score over images, which is what I’m used to. Here there were no pressures. No actors asking me what they’re supposed to do. No crew waiting. No cutting room to go to. No release pending. It’s just fun. And I couldn’t have a better set-up at my house, where I depended on (collaborators) Cody (Carpenter, of the band Ludrium) and Daniel (Davies, who wrote the songs for I, Frankenstein) to bring me ideas as we began improvising. The plan was to make my music more complete and fuller, because we had unlimited tracks. I wasn’t dealing with just analogue anymore. It’s a brand new world. And there was nothing in any of our heads when we started other than to make it moody.

The album is now available to stream in full via NPR.

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Which Horror Villain Is The Most Entertaining?

Sun, 01/25/2015 - 17:00

A huge part of why I love horror movies is that they’re just so damn fun! I enjoy being scared. I enjoy the way the filmmakers try to create an immersive atmosphere, one that tries to convince me that what I’m seeing is possible, that the shadows in my house, the dark corners, are really traps that hold unspeakable terrors.

Part of the way this is done is that the villain has to be engaging, enthralling, and just downright awesome to watch! We all know how exciting Freddy Krueger is, with his quips and sadistically dark sense of humor. Then there’s Jason Voorhees and how entertaining it is to watch him stalk and slaughter off a bunch of jerk teenagers that, in some way, kinda deserve their fate. Or what about the Alien Queen and her massive, terrifying frame?

So let’s take a few minutes to showcase some of the entertaining horror baddies, the ones that make us cheer or, at the very least, eat our popcorn with a giant grin across our face.

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[Slamdance '15 Review] ‘Body’ Is a Morbidly Satisfying Thriller

Sun, 01/25/2015 - 14:42

Alfred Hitchcock once said “It is very difficult, very painful, and it takes a very, very long time to kill a man.” According to the trailer for Blood Simple, anyway. Regardless, it’s an appropriate quote to have in mind going into Dan Berk and Robert Olsen’s feature debut Body. Set on Christmas Eve, this compact thriller details the emotional fallout an accidental murder has on three friends who were only looking for a good time. This is why everyone should be with their families on Christmas Eve, you guys. So no one gets killed.

Our main protagonist here is Holly (played by Helen Rogers of V/H/S and The Sacrament), who’s spending Christmas Eve with her old friends Mel (Lauren Molina) and Cali (Alexandra Turshen). When smoking weed and playing Scrabble at Mel’s house gets boring, they decide to go party in a vacant mansion belonging to Cali’s uncle. Vacant is what she tells them anyway.

Quickly into their night of lavish debauchery, a man (Larry Fessenden!) enters the house. Alarmed, one of the girls accidentally knocks him down a long flight of stairs. Believing him to be dead, the three girls argue over what to do – call the cops? Say it was self-defense? Just get the hell outta there? But the most important questions of all, is the guy really dead?

How each girl reacts displays their true personality. Before the killing, we get to see them riff off of each other and clown around. Early on it’s easy to see that Cali is the wild card, the one who wants to have fun by any means necessary. Mel’s the reserved one and Holly is the most level-headed of the three. The girls play off of each other very well, which establishes a nice shared history without having to dish it to us with bland exposition. Too many horror flicks fail to do so, handing us a group of kids who don’t seem like they would hang out together if they had guns pointed at their heads. So having this camaraderie between the three girls shine early on in the film adds just enough weight to make the stakes feel high later on.

Following the killing, the girls’ relationship begins to unravel as they’re forced to deal with one disturbingly resilient corpse. A series of bitter squabbles brings to light how they really feel about each other and hot damn does the venom fly. The tension builds up nicely, with each macabre scheme and argument chipping away at the girls’ bond. When there’s nothing left to hold them together, Body climaxes in a beautiful moment of rage, resentment, and sweet, sweet comeuppance.

There are some hiccups along the way. Body is only 75 minutes, but it takes a long time to really get cranking. The partying montages could’ve been trimmed a bit to make way for more tense one later on. I don’t mind watching Helen Rogers dance in slow motion, don’t get me wrong. I just wish the thrills in this thriller arrived earlier. During the Scrabble and weed session at Mel’s house, some dialogue comes off really awkward. I’m not sure if that’s intentional, since the girls may have not seen in each other for a while, but it screws with the flow of things.

Once Body starts to build momentum, however, it remains tightly wound and as sharp as a Fessenden’s hairstyle. Morbidly entertaining and emotionally honest, Body is one helluva debut for Dan Berk and Robert Olsen. Keep their asses on your radar.

Body had its world premiere at the Slamdance Film Festival on Jan. 25.

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[Review] ‘It Follows’ Is a Classical Horror Masterpiece

Sun, 01/25/2015 - 11:10

It Follows is this year’s The Babadook, and that’s both a blessing and a curse.

The blessing is that It Follows is a tramendous horror acheivement, while the curse is, well, now it’s overhyped. The biggest difference between Babadook and It Follows, though, is that the latter is a modern genre masterpiece.

Following up Mike Pereira’s rave review isn’t going to be an easy task, so we’ll keep this simple…

How’s this for a quick sell: It Follows is as if David Robert Mitchell directed the Halloween remake (only Michael Myers is a succubus), and then added elements from films like The Ring and A Nightmare On Elm Street.

Jay (played by Maika Monroe, who is absolutely fantastic) has a pretty weird date, one that ends in some hot car sex. Instead of cuddling, her new hubby knocks her out, and takes her to an abandoned structure. There, she awakens tied to a wheelchair (see the above image). Her capturer is forcing Jay (along with the audience) to be introduced to “It”, while also sharing the “rules”. This kid was infected with a curse (like The Ring), and now he has passed it into? onto Jay. “It” is coming. “It” won’t stop following Jay until she’s dead, or until she passes the curse onto someone else. From here, things play out a bit like Halloween, as “It” stalks her, but also more like Elm Street where the “crazy” protagonist must convince his/her friends that they aren’t headed to the looney bin.

Simply put, It Follows becomes a shared nightmare.

While most filmmakers would try and give homage to their favorite horror films (yawn), Mitchell evokes the emotion, aesthetic and vibe of the classics, while injecting his own personailty into it. In essense, he’s furthering the genre.

There’s a bit of gore, here and there, but mostly it will make the viewer’s skin crawl. And even though the film is riddled with serious inconsistencies and plot holes (it’s best to just experience it and not think too much about it), It Follows is easily one of the most suspensful and scary movies in recent memory.

It Follows is classical horror, and deserves to be sculpted into the Mount Rushmore of horror alongside other greats.

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Eli Roth’s ‘The Green Inferno’ Crash Landing Soon!

Sat, 01/24/2015 - 23:24

Back in August the devastating news hit that Eli Roth’s cannibal horror The Green Inferno (read our review; and our second review) was pulled from release. Since then, the horror community has been waiting on pins and needles for release news.

Out of the Sundance Film Festival, where Roth’s Knock Knock just premiered (read our review), the genre auteur revealed that it has all been sorted out, and will be coming to theaters soon.

“As of right now, all systems are go for the theatrical release,” Roth revealed to Indiewire. “Here’s the thing: everyone is working to resolve it. Open Road has been amazing through this entire process. I really love them, they’ve been great. Even with whatever situation World View is going through, everyone is working together to find the best, cleanest, most positive resolution and get the film out in the widest release possible.”

And when might it get released? Roth exclaims, “I think realistically it would be in the August to September range.”

Heading deep into the Amazon are Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Daryl Sabara and Kirby Bliss Blanton, who star in the pic that “follows a group of student activists who from New York City travel to the Amazon to protect a dying tribe, but crash in the jungle and are taken hostage by the very natives they saved.

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‘The Crow’ Back to Square One…Again

Sat, 01/24/2015 - 18:50

Annoyingly, Relativity and director Corin Hardy are searching for a new star for The Crow reboot, as Luke Evans has officially exited the project to pursue other projects, his publicist has confirmed to TheWrap.

Honestly, it’s all for the best as Evans wasn’t all that impressive in Dracula Untold, and we’re personally hoping that Thor‘s Tom Hiddleston comes back around to it. It’s just that, seriously, come on, make the movie already….

The site continued, Evans was poised to play Eric Draven when F. Javier Gutierrez was attached to direct The Crow, but production was delayed and with no new start date in sight, Evans was forced to pass and move on.

Hardy signed on in early December but has been busy with post-production on his feature debut The Hallow, which premieres at Sundance this week. Now that Evans has officially parted ways with the project, Hardy will have the opportunity to put together his own vision for the film.

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‘The Strangers 2′ Finally Happening?!

Sat, 01/24/2015 - 18:42

Some big news out of EFM as it looks as if The Strangers 2 is finally headed towards the trailer park, Bloody Disgusting learned.

Marcel Langenegger (Deception) is now attached to direct with the screenplay by Ben Ketai (Chosen).

‘Strangers 2′ is a thrilling sequel that lives up to the hype of the original film. After financial troubles force them to move out of their house, a family of four try to make it through the night in a deserted trailer park while being hunted by the savage, ax-wielding, mask-wearing trio wrecking havoc once again.

Roy Lee, Doug Davison, Nathan Kahane and Trevor Macy produce.

This project has had more than a handful of false starts, so, until casting begins, I refuse to believe it’s a reality.

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Advance 5 Skull Comic Review: ‘Space Riders’ #1 Is Fucking Sublime

Sat, 01/24/2015 - 17:37

‘Space Riders’ #1 is a radical tale of death and destruction set against the mesmerizing, technicolor dream world of the cosmos. Clearly taking numerous visual cues from Jack Kirby’s depictions of space, it becomes a character in and of it’s self with a vivid and arresting aesthetic. This gorgeous backdrop meshes perfectly with the grizzled badass of a protagonist, Capitan Peligro; a member of the elite Space Riders. A man who would be right at home among the ranks of storytelling’s most hardcore badasses, think Han Solo with the edge of Fear Agent’s Heathrow Huston.

WRITTEN BY: Fabian Rangel Jr

ART BY: Alexis Ziritt

PUBLISHER: Black Mask Studios
PRICE: $3.99
RELEASE: March 25, 2015

Reviewed By Torin Chambers

Capitan Peligro appears to be a Space Rider of some renown who sails the cosmic space ways in his ghoulish ship The Santa Muerte. A ship shaped like a literal human skull that takes rad to a whole other level and just looks killer. Our story begins with a fantastical space battle against the mighty Norrax Armada. Our hero, Capitan Peligro, has the enemy on the ropes, devastating them with the awesome might of The Santa Muerte until some slick son of a bitch gets the drop on him. Embedding a knife deep within his eye, directly through the glass of his space helmet. With a knife jutting out of his face Capitan Peligro slowly drifts into the infinite expanses of the universe. He’s brought back from the brink by his father voice that spurs him on, giving him the strength to activate his tracking beacon. The Santa Muerte swiftly responds and saves it’s Capitan, whisking him back to the safety of the Headquarters of The E.I.S.F.

Alexis Ziritt’s art is out of this world, it’s got some of the prettiest pictures I’ve ever seen. Space Riders looks like the tapestry of a glorious space epic, one that I could stare at until my eyes bleed and fall from their sockets.  The galaxy is a bright and vibrant place, with beautifully striking planets and stars creating a visual smorgasbord that’s a treat to behold.

Fabian Rangel Jr, Alexis Ziritt and Ryan Ferrier have created an instant classic and establish the foundations of a masterpiece. This is the sublime and beautiful story that you’d only get in a comic. A magnificent space epic is beginning; make sure you get in on the ground floor this March.

Torin Chambers is a rad dude from the nineties who does film stuff or something. Thomas the Tank Engine is his favorite transformer. Find him on Twitter @TorinsChambers

 

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[Sundance '15] Bidding War For ‘The Witch’

Sat, 01/24/2015 - 17:34

The horror drama The Witch, which premiered on Friday at the Sundance Film Festival, is expected to sell over the weekend, with a number of distributors expressing interest in the supernatural film set in 17th-century New England, Variety reports.

Radius-TWC has made an offer on the film and A24 remains very much in the mix for the film, according to sources familiar with the matter. There are also at least two other studios thought to be circling the project, which could drive the price for film up if bidding grows heated.

One distribution executive admired the film greatly, but indicated that it would work better as a video-on-demand and digital release, believing it might be too edgy and off-beat to succeed theatrically.

Robert Eggers both writes and directs with Anya Taylor Joy, Ralph Ineson, Kate Dickie, Harvey Scrimshaw, Lucas Dawson, Ellie Grainger starring.

New England in the 1630s: William and Katherine lead a devout Christian life with five children, homesteading on the edge of an impassable wilderness. When their newborn son vanishes and crops fail, the family turns on one another. Beyond their worst fears, a supernatural evil lurks in the nearby wood.

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[Sundance '15 Review] Eli Roth’s ‘Knock Knock’ a Glorious Taboo Thriller!

Sat, 01/24/2015 - 17:26

Reviewed by Fred Topel

Eli Roth’s latest movie is his most F’ed up and his least violent, thus proving the talent was not simply for outdoing the gore. There is a masterful skill at manipulating the audience, but in a way that we trust the filmmaker to take us on that ride, and it’s not a not a one trick formula. With Knock Knock, Roth proves he can apply this skill to any genre.

Loving family man Evan (Keanu Reeves), sends his wife and kids off the beach while he stays home to work. When two lost girls, Genesis (Lorenza Izzo) and Bel (Ana de Armas) knock on his door, he invites them in out of the rain and shows them hospitality while they wait 45 minutes for an Uber. By the end of the night, the girls seduce Evan, and that’s when things get really weird.

It’s not even really a fantasy gone wrong. I mean, it’s playing on the stereotypical male threesome fantasy, but I don’t fantasize about having a threesome. I fantasize about having one woman who’ll watch movies with me. I can relate to Evan’s temptation though because I do like to make friends. What if I let the wrong girls into my house? We have to be really vigilant as a society to stick to our values. People will try to corrupt us all around, and I’ve been pressured into making bad decisions nonsexually so I’m not going to judge someone for succumbing to a very strange, unexpected situation.

Evan is punished in a taboo thriller that will put Fifty Shades of Grey to shame. It reminded me of the glorious erotic thriller genre, but with a real edge that none of the ‘90s movies could touch, not even Basic Instinct. Knock Knock is dealing with a sexual manipulation deadlier than physical violence, but when it does turn violent, the tools of the violence have been so well established that it feels more brutal than Hostel.

Reeves is great with the kids, which adds to our disappointment when he violates his family’s trust, but also our sympathies when he gets in so deep. There’s also something special about watching one of cinema’s greatest action heroes (yeah, I said it) become the helpless victim. Izzo and de Armas are terrifying. They are so volatile, their unpredictable personalities are even scarier than the tortures they commit.

I don’t want to spoil any of Knock Knock this early. Audiences should be able to watch it unfold the way I did knowing very little about it except that it’s Keanu Reeves, two women and directed by Eli Roth. That should be enough to get anyone in the door and I can vouch for the film and filmmakers. They went there.

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[Sundance '15] Woman Recalls Her ‘Nightmare’ (Clip)

Sat, 01/24/2015 - 11:23

Room 237 director Rodney Ascher is back with The Nightmare, premiering at the ongoing Sundance Film Festival.

The pic is described as a documentary-horror film exploring the phenomenon of sleep paralysis through the eyes of eight people. “They (and a surprisingly large number of others) often find themselves trapped between the sleeping and awake realms, unable to move but aware of their surroundings while subject to disturbing sights and sounds.

A teaser clip was posted below where a woman recalls her terrifying moment of sleep paralysis. Imagine not being able to move while you’re haunted by something – or someone.

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Wes Craven Producing ‘Scream’-Inspired ‘The Girl In the Photographs’

Sat, 01/24/2015 - 11:17

Bloody Disgusting learned today that Al-Ghanim Entertainment (AGE), a Los Angeles and Kuwaiti-based specialty financing and production company, announced its first project today – and it involves the great Wes Craven.

The first project to be announced under this new banner is The Girl In the Photographs, which the company will both finance and produce. Horror legend Wes Craven (A Nightmare On Elm Street, Scream) is set to executive produce, and Craven’s protégé Nick Simon (writer of The Pyramid, Cold COmes the Night) is set to direct.

The Girl In the Photographs is an original thriller inspired by Craven’s nineties blockbuster Scream. Set against the glamorous backdrop of the fashion world, the film will bring a modern sensibility to the genre.

Brandon M. Vayda and Krystal Tiffany Vayda will executive produce alongside Craven and Alghanim, with Thomas Mahoney set to produce along with Chung.

The film is currently in the casting stage.

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Eli Roth Unleashes ‘Knock Knock’ Teaser Trailer

Sat, 01/24/2015 - 00:55

Some doors should not be opened…

After the saddening news that Green Inferno was postponed indefinitely, it’s a bit of brightness to get a taste of director Eli Roth’s new film Knock Knock (read our review), which stars Keanu Reeves (Constantine). Roth dropped the Sundance teaser trailer earlier tonight and it gives us 30 seconds to feel the flavor of his upcoming psychological thriller.

The Sundance synopsis reads:

Evan Webber (Keanu Reeves) is living the dream. Just look at his beautiful, successful wife, his two wonderful kids, and his truly stunning house—which he designed himself. Of course he did. Things are going so well, Evan doesn’t even mind spending Father’s Day alone while the rest of his family heads out for a beach weekend. And then there’s a knock on the door.
The two young women (Lorenza Izzo and Ana de Armas) standing on Evan’s doorstep are where Evan’s dream takes a nightmarish turn. Given co-writer/director Eli Roth’s well-deserved reputation for creating cinematic discomfort, it should come as no surprise what happens next: Things get weird, and then dark, and then much, much, much darker. But this is no splatter film, so Roth keeps the horror nice and psychological as Evan’s life—and house—get ripped apart, piece by beautiful piece.

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