Beneath the Darkness
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Have you ever stared into the windows of a funeral home? Ever wonder what you'd see late at night when it was closed down? Spirits dancing maybe? Find out in this new clip from Beneath the Darkness (review here)!
A new clip from Beneath the Darkness (review here) has made its way online, and we've dusted off the dirt and shoveled it over to you right here.
The official artwork and home video details for Image Entertainment's release of Beneath the Darkness (review here) are here, and we've got all the info you need straight outta the coffin!
Paramount's The Devil Inside isn't the only horror flick making its way to theatres this weekend. Also playing in limited release will be Image Entertainment's new scarefest, Beneath the Darkness (review here), and to celebrate the movie's arrival, we've got a brand new trailer for ya!
The first horror film of 2012, Beneath the Darkness, starring Dennis Quaid and Aimee Teegarden, is coming on strong via Image Entertainment, and we've got a dozen new stills and a brand spanking new one-sheet to get you geared for its limited theatrical release on January 6th!
Good news today for those of you looking forward to the new fright flick starring Dennis Quaid and Aimee Teegarden, Beneath the Darkness. The film has been acquired by Image Entertainment for a limited theatrical run beginning on January 6th, 2012. Yay first horror movie of the new year!
We haven't heard much about Beneath the Darkness, which stars Dennis Quaid and Aimee Teegarden, since the end of last year, but now the goods are starting to roll in. What we have for you today are the film's poster, trailer, and a few stills to pique your curiosity.
Haunted houses, should you believe in such things, are usually home to many dark, tragic, and nasty secrets. Uncovering them usually leads to death and torment and in the horror genre we couldn't ask for anything more than that.