Latest Horror Movie Headlines

Badass new one-sheet pops up for James Wan's Insidious! Plus new stills!

02.26.2011by: Jared Pacheco

One flick I'm sure most genre fans out there are eagerly looking forward to is James Wan's INSIDIOUS. Why? Simply because James Wan is pretty damn good at what he does and the early buzz on this thing is scorching!

With all that being said, I come here today to give you all a look at the badass new one-sheet that just popped up for INSIDIOUS! Sure the thing isn't very original, sporting the whole 'creepy kid' deal, but it's still pretty cool. Courtesy of Yahoo! Movies you can scroll on down below to check that shite out or head on over to JoBlo's Pimpin' Poster Palace to get a larger look!

But that's not all! Along with the new poster we've also got a trio of brand new stills form the film. Nothing too exciting but we're going to roll with it anyway. Scroll away above and below to check those out.

INSIDIOUS revolves around a that family looks to prevent evil spirits from trapping their comatose child in a realm called The Further.

INSIDIOUS stars Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne (below), Lin Shaye, Barabara Hershey, Angus Sampson, Ty Simpkins, Andrew Astor and J. LaRose. It's due to hit theaters everywhere on April 1st!

INSIDIOUS (2011) - Trailer

Horror Movie Posters
Extra Tidbit: James Wan also made the underrated DEAD SILENCE.
Source: Yahoo!

RECOMMENDED MOVIE NEWS

MORE FUN FROM AROUND THE WEB

Spitting Bullets
Not registered? Sign-up!
Or

1:51AM on 02/27/2011
I'm really looking forward to this movie and I have nothing against itóbut they're marketing it horribly.

The last trailer wasn't as bad as the first, but all these references to Saw and Paranormal Activity (and I know it's just there to helps ticket sales) are so desperate and tacky that it just doesn't feel like the "little horror movie that could" that it first seemed to be.

I'm still seeing it. And I'm still looking forward to it. I just wish there was some modesty left in movies...
I'm really looking forward to this movie and I have nothing against itóbut they're marketing it horribly.

The last trailer wasn't as bad as the first, but all these references to Saw and Paranormal Activity (and I know it's just there to helps ticket sales) are so desperate and tacky that it just doesn't feel like the "little horror movie that could" that it first seemed to be.

I'm still seeing it. And I'm still looking forward to it. I just wish there was some modesty left in movies...
Your Reply:



Please email me when someone replies to my comment
View All Comments

Latest Movie News Headlines


Top
Loading...

Mistress Of The Week

More
Fitzpatrick, Emma