Poster for While She Was Out

While She Was Out poster!Here’s one we keep skipping over coverage on for reasons I’m not entirely sure of (my vote is laziness). It’s definitely a good contender for our genre and if nothing else stars the babe-a-licious Kim Basinger, who just keeps getting more attractive the older she gets.

Nothing says “hot” like a woman in peril, and that’s what While She Was Out takes advantage of to the fullest. Basinger stars as Della, a suburban housewife whose series of bad choices put her up against some urban psychopaths lead by Lukas Haas.

Anchor Bay is putting out While She Was Out in New York and LA on December 12th, and to celebrate they just sent over the final poster for the film. Depending on how the coastal screenings go, we may be seeing an expanded theatrical run, but if not expect a DVD announcement after the New Year.

Keep it here for more on While She Was Out very soon!

- Johnny Butane

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moderator We got a screener of this
Debi Moore's picture

We got a screener of this yesterday -- I can see now why there hasn't been much of a marketing push. Look for a review soon. I had to channel my inner Creepy to do it justice!

Submitted by Debi Moore on Fri, 12/05/2008 - 12:31pm.
Tristan Sinns's picture

>>"Nothing says “hot” like a woman in peril"

I would rank "a woman with no clothes on who wants to have sex with me" slightly above "a woman in peril" in the hotness category, but then, what do I know. ;D

Submitted by Tristan Sinns on Thu, 12/04/2008 - 5:39pm.

I agree Johnny: I'd be like, "Kim, I know you're in peril and all that, but you're sooooo damn hot and I just need you to suck my dick before I untie you!"


Submitted by PelusaMG on Fri, 12/05/2008 - 11:06am.
Johnny Butane's picture

Man, you really just have not lived, Tristan. It's all right, LA will do that to a man.

Submitted by Johnny Butane on Fri, 12/05/2008 - 7:38am.

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