Relativity Media have issued the first poster for their upcoming horror-thriller House At The End Of The Street, due for release in the US on September 21.
The film, which marks British filmmaker Mark Tonderai’s second crack behind the camera, centers on a girl who, after moving into a new house with her mother, befriends the surviving son of the family that once live there, and soon learns of their horrifying story.
Jennifer Lawrence (Winter’s Bone) stars opposite Elisabeth Shue (Hollow Continue reading “First Poster For House At The End Of The Street”
As Zakes (Will Ash) and Beth (Christine Bottomley) speed along the M1 late at night, stopping at various service stations to allow him to put posters up, they catch a glimpse of a naked woman in the back of a lorry that stops suddenly in front of them. After an argument about what they’ve seen, bringing to a head their tumultuous relationship, Beth mysteriously vanishes. Believing her disappearance has something to do with the lorry, Zakes embarks on a chase to save the one he loves.
Although the narrative is fairly derivative, Hush is rooted in its ability to create an overwhelming sense of unease, rather than relying on cheap tricks Continue reading “Review: Hush (2008)”