The home-invasion genre of horror seems to be growing, with installments such as ‘Don’t Breathe’ showing that there is a lot of meat on the bone for horror films to sink their teeth into, and that includes Julius Berg’s ‘The Owners’, based on a French novel, which hits theaters and VOD on September 4th, courtesy of RLJE Films.
Starring Maisie Williams the film tells the story of an elderly couple that turn the tables on a group of young theives who broke into their home while they were away. Thinking it’s in easy score, Mary (Williams) and her friends never anticipate the horror that is awaiting them when they break into the home.
Nathan (Ian Kelly), Terry (Andrew Ellis), and Gaz (Jake Curran) are the masterminds behind the crime, with Nathan’s girlfriend Mary reluctantly going along. Mary battles with this decision throughout the entire movie, and it’s evident as the story progresses.
Set in the 1990s, the film doesn’t deviate much from what you may have seen in Don’t Breathe, and you’ll likely find yourself drawing a lot of comparisons to that film when watching ‘The Owners’.
Williams is the star of the film, but the real standouts are Rita Tushingham (Ellen Huggins) and Sylvester McCoy (Dr. Huggins) who shine in their cat and mouse game with the intruders, in every single scene they are in.
The film is properly paced moving from a subtle tone to a twisted and horrific road of terror, but dialogue falls a bit flat in helping to move the story along or to accentuate a particular scene. Williams is solid in her role, but the impact that the elderly couple has throughout the film, even in the scenes they are not in, is impressive, and the bedrock of the movie’s overall tone of mysterious, and tense feeling.
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Netlfix Drops Trailer for ‘No One Gets Out Alive’
Just in time for Halloween season, Netflix will be dropping it’s brand new horror ‘ No One Gets Out Alive’, which is the adaptation of Adam Nevill’s novel, and a new trailer has dropped to show fans what is in store.
According to the official rundown: “An immigrant (Cristina Rodlo) in search of the American dream is forced to take a room in a boarding house, where she finds herself in a nightmare she can’t escape.”
Warner Bros. Drops Teaser for ‘The Matrix Resurrections’
Warner Bros. gave fans something to smile about when they dropped a short teaser trailer for the upcoming film ‘The Matrix Resurrections’ which is set to unveil a brand new trailer for the fourth film in the iconic film franchise on September 9th.
Thanks to EW, there is also a new image from the movie, showing Keanu Reeves ready to fight. According to numerous reports, the plot centers on Neo who is in therapy and does not remember The Matrix. Neo eventually runs into Trinity at a coffee shop.
The movie is set to arrive on December 22nd, and will likely be available in theaters as well as on HBO Max.
Behind the Scene of ‘The Forever Purge’
A brand new, behind the scenes, featurette of ‘The Forever Purge’ was shared by Bloody Disgusting this week and with it comes a look at the creation of several of the iconic masks and characters, among other details.
The release comes ahead of ‘The Forever Purge’ arriving on Digital HD on September 14th, and then to Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD on September 28th. Other special features that fans can expect include:
- Collapsing the System: Behind The Forever Purge featurette
- Creeptastic Wardrobe featurette
- Alternate opening storyboards
- Deleted scenes
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