A brand new clip has arrived for director Elle Callahan’s new horror ‘Witch Hunt’ which will be heading to theaters, Digital platforms, and On Demand on October 1st, courtesy of Momentum Pictures.
According tot the official synopsis: “In a modern America where magic is real and witches are persecuted by US authorities, teenager Claire and her family are part of an intricate network that helps these women escape across the border to seek asylum in Mexico. However, when their mode of transport is disrupted by federal witch hunters, trouble befalls the family as they struggle to hide two young witches within the walls of their home.
“As witch hunters close in and strange magic begins haunting the family, Claire discovers that she may have more in common with these witches than she could have ever imagined.”
The film stars Gideon Adlon, Abigail Cowen, Christian Camargo, and Elizabeth Mitchell and you can check out the new clip below, courtesy of Bloody Disgusting.
Clip Arrives for Taneli Mustonen’s ‘The Twin’
A brand new clip has dropped for Taneli Mustonen’s new horror ‘The Twin’ which is set to arrive on the Shudder streaming platform, in theaters, on VOD, and on digital next week on May 6th, 2022.
Starring Teresa Palmer, Steven Cree, and Barbara Marten, the film tells the story of: “Following the aftermath of a tragic accident that claimed the life of one of their twins, Rachel (Palmer, “A Discovery of Witches,” Warm Bodies) and husband Anthony (Steven Cree, “A Discovery of Witches,” “Outlander”) relocate to the other side of the world with their surviving son in the hopes of building a new life. What begins as a time of healing in the quiet Scandinavian countryside soon takes an ominous turn when Rachel begins to unravel the torturous truth about her son and confronts the malicious forces attempting to take a hold of him.”
Check out the new clip below, courtesy of Bloody Disgusting:
‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ Announced As Third Film in Franchise
‘A Quiet Place: Day One’ has been officially announced as the title of the third entry, and a spinoff, in the popular horror franchise, during Paramount’s presentation at the CinemaCon event taking place this week.
Following a delay, the film is currently scheduled to hit theaters on September 23rd, 2023 and will apparently serve as a prequel to the first two movies.
The third installment will see John Krasinski produce alongside Michael Bay, Andrew Form, and Brad Fuller
According to Deadline: “The hope is this film would help set up a potential Quiet Place universe that the studio can build on for years to come. It is also known that, while not out of the question, Emily Blunt and Krasinski likely would not reprise their roles in this installment.”
Trailer Arrives for ‘Jurassic World Dominion’
The second trailer for ‘Jurassic World Dominion’ arrived during Universal’s presentation at CinemaCon which is taking place this week. The blockbuster movie is scheduled to arrive in theaters on June 10th.
“This summer, experience the epic conclusion to the Jurassic era as two generations unite for the first time. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are joined by Oscar®-winner Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill in Jurassic World Dominion, a bold, timely and breathtaking new adventure that spans the globe.”
You can check out the new trailer below:
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