DirecTV cinema to premiere supernatural thriller The Hallow this month

A month after its trailer debut, DirecTV Cinema has picked up supernatural thriller THE HALLOW, with plans to screen the film exclusively for a month before it hits theaters. You can see the movie anytime between now and November 4th, prior to the films official release on November 6th.

Directed by Corin Hardy from a script by Felipe Marino:

“The Hallow” is the story of London conservationist Adam (Joseph Mawle from “Game of Thrones”) and his wife Clare (Bojana Novakovic). They move with their infant son to a remote house near the Irish forest.

The family soon finds their new neighbors unwelcoming. They discover a gruesome “zombie fungus” growing in the house. The nearby woods spew forth a terrifying array of folkloric banshees, baby snatchers and demons. The film is awash in the otherworldly atmosphere of a dark fairy tale. “The Hallow” cleverly toys with horror film conventions while showing some of the most terrifying creatures in years.

Here's the skinny on how to peep THE HALLOW before its theatrical bow:

The Hallow” will be available for 72-hour rental, in 1080p HD (Blu-ray format) for $10.99 and in standard-definition (SD) for $9.99. DIRECTV CINEMA is a premium pay-per-view movie service for DIRECTV that brings customers exclusive access to select new releases before they’re in theaters. It includes a library with thousands of movies to watch instantly with DIRECTV On Demand. For more information on the wide variety of films available on DIRECTV CINEMA please visit directv.com/cinema.

So, which will it be? In theaters or on DirecTV?

Extra Tidbit: Corin Hardy is attached to direct the long awaited CROW redo.
Source: AITH



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