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)!
From the Press Release
The rural bliss of small town life has been celebrated as part of the American dream, but sometimes a small town is the perfect place to hide one’s secrets, one’s mistakes, one’s sins. And once discovered, it doesn’t take long for the American dream to become the American nightmare. On February 28th Image Entertainment unleashes the small town shocker Beneath the Darkness on Blu-ray™ and DVD. Starring Golden Globe™ nominee Dennis Quaid in a rare villainous turn and coming off a recent national theatrical release, this gripping psychological thriller entwines cold-blooded murder, sinister secrets, and modern hauntings on Maple Street. SRP is $27.97 for the DVD and $29.97 for the Blu-ray™.
Directed by Martin Guigui (My X-Girlfriend’s Wedding Reception, National Lampoon’s Cattle Call) and written by the late Bruce Wilkinson, Beneath the Darkness is a taut thriller pitting high school kids against a psychotic killer in a community where adults blindly refuse to see the ominous dangers right before their eyes. Along with Quaid, Tony Oller (Nickelodeon’s “Gigantic,” Disney’s “As the Bell Rings”) co-stars as Travis, and Aimee Teegarden (Scream 4, “Friday Night Lights”) co-stars as Abby.
In the film Quaid plays Ely, the well-respected mortician of rustic Smithville, Texas, where he was once a heralded high school football star. Among the kids, however, he is legendary for a more sinister reason — rumors that his house is haunted. The truth is, this pillar of the community is actually a flesh-and-blood monster who buries his victims alive, a sociopath who befriends adults and police while openly flaunting his murderous intentions to the youths. Beware Ely’s charming smile – it may be the last thing you see, looking up from your freshly dug grave…
Bonus features on the Beneath the Darkness Blu-ray™ and DVD include a behind-the-scenes featurette and the original theatrical trailer.
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