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Shadow People Attack Judd Nelson! Trailer Home to Dismemberment!

Yes. Shadow people. That’s about as menacing as people being chased by killer wind, and no one in their right mind would dare to make a movie about that!

A1 Media Distribution released a new trailer and one-sheet for Anthony Fankhauser’s Shadow People (not to be confused with Conrad Faraj’s feature film The Shadow People), which stars a career floundering Judd Nelson, Danielle De Luca and Christian Grantt. The main difference between the two films? This one looks abysmal. See for yourself below.

Synopsis
Sylvain, an engineer cum vigilante inventor, has constructed a device. It is close to functional, but something isn’t right. His wife, Mary Anne, is running out of patience. She loathes the woods in which they live and yearns for a return to the city. Problems arise when their already tense situation is exasperated by the appearance of shadow beings, which torment them during the night. Sylvain slowly comes to realize that this is not a localized event and some greater scheme might be at work. From the meth-producing hillbillies on the mountaintop to the corrupt lawman, Sheriff Donnelly, no one can escape the reach of the shadow people. Sylvain starts to suspect his device has something to do with it but cannot bring himself to destroy the machine he has worked so hard to create…

Shadow People Attack Judd Nelson! Trailer Home to Dismemberment!

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One Comment

  1. Two major problems with this trailer:

    1) It’s dull. Seriously, they’ve managed to present this as being the most unexciting film ever made. Even the “shadow people” of the title look like some sort of half assed project a kid made on his home computer during the commercial breaks for Stargate SG-1. The pacing is..oh, who in the hell are we kidding? There IS no pacing in this trailer..and did anyone else notice that the thing ends rather abruptly? The last line is barely uttered before the name of the distribution company flashes on screen, cutting it off.

    2) Judd Nelson’s appearance immediately brings to mind his character from “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back”. I kept expecting him to say “Let’s go back to the station house, and cornhole us a drunk.” Bender,come back to us man. You’re better than this.

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