As the official theatrical release date of October 5th creeps ever closer, the brand new UK-exclusive quad poster for Scott Derrickson’s spookily promising Sinister has been unveiled. Peek through your fingers if you must... it’s okay, we don’t judge.
In case you missed it when it launched, here is the world premiere of the trailer for Summit's upcoming Halloween offering, Sinister (review here)! Check out the spookiness and get excited!
Right now you can get your first look at the trailer for Summit's upcoming Halloween offering, Sinister (review here)! Check out the spookiness and don't forget to participate in the LIVE Twitter chat!
Get ready for what could quite possibly be the best damned motion poster we've seen in a very long time in promotion of Summit's upcoming Halloween offering, Sinister (review here). So much red stuff! Oh, the gory glory of it all! Dig it!
Just in time for this year’s Cinemacon, Summit Entertainment has released the following bit of bloody banner artwork for its upcoming Halloween offering, Sinister (review here), and we've got every pixel of it for you on tap right here!
Another review has come in from one of our badasses on the scene at the SXSW Film Festival, and given the early buzz from just about EVERYONE in attendance, we could be looking at one of the best horror films of the year. Read on for our verdict.
We couldn't be more excited for Scott Derrickson's upcoming found footage film Sinister. Given the talent involved, this flick is looking like it'sbshaping up to be the real deal when it comes to delivering the chills. Sit back, kids! Time for the first bits of eye candy.
It appears to lean more toward the sci-fi side of the fence than pure horror, but considering its pedigree, which includes the team who wrote and directed The Exorcism of Emily Rose, we'd be remiss if we didn't mention AMC's acquisition of "Thunderstruck", a new series about powerful and enigmatic alien entities that begin appearing all over the world.
Even though his latest film for Summit Entertainment, Sinister, is still forthcoming, that isn't stopping The Exorcism of Emily Rose director Scott Derrickson from lining up his next project, a remake of the foreign horror flick from the Netherlands Two Eyes Staring (aka Zwart Water).
More casting news has come in for the finally titled Scott Derrickson's found footage film, Sinister. Who's next to get spooked for Summit Entertainment? Read on for details!
Last week the Rotten one over at Shock Till You Drop posted a story about Scott Derrickson's untitled found footage film claiming that the title would be Sinister. Today the official word has come - They nailed it!
We've been talking about Scott Derrickson's untitled found footage film for a while now, and even though we have a star and even a studio, the project has remained nameless. Until now.
Ok, so we have a studio, a director, a producer, and a star. What could be next? A title maybe? Oh silly you! Of course not! That will come later down the road but we do have the skinny on who else is in talks for Scott Derrickson's ultra-hush-hush film!
While we may not have a title for Scott Derrickson's upcoming horror flick, we do have a star and now distribution! Read on for some more clues about the new terrors to come from the director of The Exorcism of Emily Rose.