Opening April 4, 2014, from Detroit-based Exxodus Pictures and Freestyle Releasing is Jinn, the supernatural thriller written and directed by Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad, and right now we have the 4K trailer for the flick for you here.
Before you get all crazy and start going off on "My wish never got granted," yadda, yadda, yadda... the headline is a figure of speech and is not to be taken literally. Though that would be cool. Really cool, even. In a perfect mystical world, I tell ya! In any event... dig on this new trailer for Jinn.
It seems necessary to begin every post about Jinn by clearing up that it's a different film than Tobe Hooper's next, Djinn. With that out of the way, check out the brand spankin' new teaser art for Jinn - without a "D" - along with a fiery still!
Just in time for Halloween (how we are starting to HATE that grouping of words) comes a new image from the upcoming flick Jinn, which is not to be confused with Tobe Hooper's Djinn. Check it out right now.
Not to be confused with Tobe Hooper's Djinn, word has come this morning that another horrific genie is being let out of the proverbial bottle, and will be wreaking havoc at a theatre near you.
Mythological creatures. Hot cars. William Atherton. Yep, we're sold. Read on for the first details and images from the new flick coming our way from the lovable loonies over at Freestyle Releasing, Jinn!
It's been a while since we've gotten an update on Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad's feature film debut, Jinn, but now that Exxodus Pictures is currently finishing post-production on the project, we expect several more to follow soon. In the meantime here's our first look at William Atherton as Father Westhoff.
Last Monday we brought you the first still from Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad's feature film debut, Jinn, and now today just in time for AFM the official teaser trailer has hit this magical mystical thing we call the interwebs.
That's right, kids! The Monday news flow continues to power along as the very first image from Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad's feature film debut, Jinn, has arrived; and we have every chilly pixel of it waiting for your perusal.
Every since the great Andrew Divoff donned the make-up in Wishmaster, horror fans have had a love affair with the mythical beast known as the Djinn. It's been a while, but there's a new magical beast looming on the horizon.
When he burst onto the scene as Darth Maul in (the shitty except for him) Star Wars: Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, actor Ray Park immediately established himself as a kung-fu knowing badass whom you didn't want to screw with. Will that also prove true in the supernatural thriller Jinn?