The trailer for the latest alien invasion flick headed our way, The Darkest Hour, has made its online debut, and we have every invasion-laced second of it for you right here free of those nasty anal probes!
The alien invasion flick The Darkest Hour looks to be among the more unique and interesting forays into that particular sub-genre. And after Summit Entertainment's Comic-Con exhibition today, those earliest perceptions are looking dead on.
One film that's kind of dropped off our radar a bit is The Darkest Hour, but that's about to change as it looks like Summit Entertainment is cranking up the promo engine, and today comes our first look at the flick via a still featuring Emile Hirsch.
It's been a while since we've gotten an update on director Chris Gorak's The Darkest Hour, but if you're attending this weekend's WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco, you'll want to check out the special collectible poster from the film's upcoming companion art book being unveiled by Summit Entertainment, New Regency, and Oni Press during the show.
While the rest of the world for the most part is going about its everyday business (no matter how sad, eccentric, or ludicrous as it may be), there are massive fires happening right now in Moscow, and for safety's sake production has been suspended on the alien invasion film The Darkest Hour.
Yet another cast member has signed on to experience a round of extraterrestrial induced carnage deep within the heart of mother Russia. That's right, kids! Time for another update on The Darkest Hour!
With all the controversy and mystery surrounding JJ Abrams' latest alien flick Super 8, let's not forget that another film filled with extraterrestrial related carnage is also on the way -- The Darkest Hour!
One up and coming actor we are always happy to see getting work is Into the Wild's Emile Hirsch. The guy brings a real believability to his roles, and to have him treading around our genre can only lead to good stuff.
Catherine (Twilight) Hardwicke's and Emile (Milk) Hirsch's names have been linked to another pretty famous "H" -- Hamlet -- and if the statements the director and actor have been making all over the Net recently are true, then we can expect one more "H" to be joining them -- Horror!