Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Don't Be Afraid of the Dark

Starring an actor who started out in a soap, Guy Pierce, and someone who is better know as being Mrs Tom Cruise, Optimum gives us the US remake of "one of the scariest movies ever made".

Don't fall for the trick that the poster has. This being the large "Guillermo del Toro presents" at the top. No, before you ask, he didn't direct it. That was left to a comic book artist and first time director, Troy Nixey.
Trailer

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Clip - Teddy Bear

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Clip - Garage

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Clip - Bath

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Clip - They Don't Like Bright Lights

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Something ancient and evil is alive in the darkness beneath the Blackwood Mansion.

When young Sally Hurst (Bailee Madison) arrives in Rhode Island to visit her father Alex (Guy Pearce) and his new girlfriend Kim (Katie Holmes) at the Victorian mansion they are restoring, she already feels like an outsider and her ornate new home seems a cold and unwanted prison.

Finding comfort and escape in her solitary exploration of the property, and despite the warnings of the caretaker Mr. Harris (Jack Thompson), Sally embarks on an adventure that leads to the discovery of a hidden basement, undisturbed since the mysterious disappearance a century earlier of the mansion's builder, famed nature illustrator Emerson Blackwood. Once the private studio of Blackwood, the dark and dank underground chamber houses the secrets of the past of this unstable and unholy place, and perhaps something even more sinister.
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark hits UK cinemas October 7, 2011

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