In the trailer for Insidious, the claim is quickly made that Saw director James Wan has come up with what is to be considered "a phenomenon for a new generation." FINALLY. So you're probably wondering, what is this film's nex-gen Pepsi answer to the Coca-Cola haunted houses of yore? The answer: HAUNTED BOYS! Yeah, the Catholic church is getting pretty brazen about targeting their exorcism propaganda.
I'm no next-generation paranormal expert, but insidiousness sure looks a lot like the last generation's quick cuts of vaguely-spooky negative photography.
From the producers of Paranormal Activity and the writing-directing team of Saw comes the horrific tale of a young boy haunted by... a guy going to Burning Man? An intense Miami Heat fan? Something like that.
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From Insidious director James Wan, here's the trailer for The Conjuring, the next entry to our ever-increasing catalog of films about houses plagued by ghosts bent on revenge by way of benign practical jokes.
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Apparently unafraid of being pigeonholed as "cool-guy heist/stunt driver chasing the affections of beautiful woman and child, something coolly dangling from his lip the whole time" Drive star Ryan Gosling is once again that for the crime drama The Place Beyond the Pines. The fi... / Continue →
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