Some good news is coming in for folks who are looking forward to seeing Joe Dante's latest film, The Hole, up on the big screen where it deserves to be. The flick will be opening early in a few select cities, and we have the details for you right here.
After a long three-year wait, fans will finally get to check out Joe Dante's latest family-friendly fright flick, The Hole, when it arrives in theaters on September 28th and will also be available on iTunes on October 2nd.
Last weekend we got some release info on The Hole that seemed to conflict with what we'd heard previously. All has now been made clear so keep reading for the details, new artwork, and our overflowing image gallery.
Last we heard, Joe Dante's looooong awaited The Hole was getting a Blu-ray/DVD release on September 25th, and now, according to Yahoo, it's also hitting theatres on September 28th. We'll do some digging, and in the meantime check out the "theatrical trailer" for PG-13 thriller The Hole.
How long have we been waiting for Joe Dante’s The Hole to finally see the light of day here in the US? Since 2009? The wait comes to an end on September 25th when the fright flick escapes the hole it’s been stuck in for the last three years.
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It's the weekend, and there's fear in the air thanks to five new clips from Joe Dante's long anticipated 3D horror flick The Hole. Still no word on when we'll see it here in the States, but hey, a taste is better than nothing, right?
What lengths would you go to to try and find a missing child? That's the question being asked by the new thriller coming our way called Beyond. Let's hope they go really far. Unreasonably far. The kind of far that could only lead to the darkest side of life and death.
If you happen to reside in the UK, then you're one of the lucky ones who get to see Joe Dante's The Hole in 3D on its upcoming release date of September 24th. The rest of us? We just have to be content with the new clip that's hit the Internet. Sky.com debuted the following clip, which is titled "Terrifying Toilet Time". Sold! The Hole stars Teri Polo, Haley Bennett, Bruce Dern, Chris Massoglia, and Nathan Gamble. Synopsis:
It's nearly unfathomable that a movie shot by the great Joe Dante in 3D and not some crappy conversion over two years ago has not been released here in the States. In fact it drives us pretty friggin' crazy! While we're still waiting for distro news, we figured we'd point out that a new quad one-sheet for the flick has debuted online. Sigh.
The UK trailer for Joe Dante's upcoming 3D monster-fest The Hole has appeared online as if there wasn't enough stuff happening, but either way, we've got it for you right here.
Just a few days ago we brought you the official Italian trailer for Joe Dante's next foray into the world of horror, The Hole, which was filmed in 3D and is not some crappy pop-up book looking conversion, and whattaya know? We now have the official Italian one-sheet to go along with it. At the very least it's better than the English promo one-sheet floating around the States that features pensive teens who look as if they're ready to escape to Witch Mountain. And then people wonder why we don't have Stateside distro yet.
Okay, so it's in a foreign language with no English subtitles, but considering that it's chock full of new footage, do you really care? If not, get ready to dig on the Italian trailer for Joe Dante's upcoming The Hole, which was shot in 3D and not some crappy conversion.
So the 3D craze is in full swing and doing huge box office, and we're still wondering ... where the hell is Joe Dante's (shot in 3D, NOT converted) The Hole? Last we heard It might be coming maybe late summer or early fall. While that's cool and all, the 3D backlash is also building momentum. Let's hope this flick doesn't fall victim to it because from what we hear, it's pretty damned good.