The first trailer from The Darkness directed by Greg McLean (Wolf Creek) has been released with the film coming out in May. It was produced by Jason Blum, Bianca Martino, and Matt Kaplan and written by McLean, Shayne Armstrong, and S.P. Krause. The Darkness stars Kevin Bacon along with Radha Mitchell, David Mazouz, Lucy Fry, Matt Walsh, and Jennifer Morrison. It’s being released by BH Tilt in partnership with High Top Releasing.
From the director of the cult classic Wolf Creek, Greg McLean, comes the supernatural thriller THE DARKNESS, opening nationwide May 13, 2016. As a family returns from a vacation at the Grand Canyon, they innocently bring home a supernatural force that preys off their own fears and vulnerabilities, threatening to destroy them from within, while consuming their lives with terrifying consequences.
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Where do little girls go when they die? That’s the question in this film written and directed by Billy Lewis. We have the first trailer and some pics for you.
Albert and Rose Poe are approaching the one year anniversary of deaths of their two daughters. Rose continues to struggle to come to grips with the loss of her girls. Albert not so much. As the anniversary comes and goes things begin to get darker and darker in the Poe house……a house that once was filled with so much joy and hope. Rose discovers an old manuscript in the attic that reveals things about the previous owner of the house that wasn’t revealed to the Poe’s when they purchased the house. Addi and Jade never wanted to die that day so that begs to answer the question, ‘Where do little girls go when they die?’
Join Golden State Haunts and Valley Investigators of the Paranormal for a special dinner/paranormal investigation February 20 of the haunted Cafe Hidalgo and California Hotel in Fullerton, California
Award winning actress Tracey Birdsall (The Young & The Restless, Rogue Warrior : Robot Fighter) has been cast opposite The Blacklist’s Harry Lennix in Dance of the Blue Tattoo.
Del Weston directs from a script by award winning screenwriter Matt DeGennaro.
Mia Goldman (Birdsall), possessed by superior agility, strength and beauty, is driven by an incomprehensible, subconscious urge to travel south to the Yucatan. Surprised by a series of strange messages and disturbing events, she realizes a power greater than her own has changed her pleasure trip to heal from a nasty divorce into a dangerous, supernatural journey into the Mayan underworld and Fifth dimension. Continue reading