Hopefully you can't get enough spooky spirits and malicious ghosts, because we've got even more for you. Formerly known as SPEAK NO EVIL, WHEN THE LIGHTS WENT OUT is based on the (supposedly) true story of a family terrorized by a poltergeist during a blackout in 1974 Yorkshire, England. Directed by Pat Holden and produced in part by Deepak Nayer (TUCKER & DALE VS EVIL, the upcoming DREDD) and Bill Bungay (Duncan Jones' MOON), the film is currently in post-production and definitely entices...
Here is the film's synopsis, via IMBD: Yorkshire, 1974. Britain is in recession, the oil crisis and black outs loom large. The Maynard family move into their dream house, only to find a "presence" already living there. Len, Jenny and their daughter Sally must struggle to keep their already-fragile family together as they are attacked by poltergeists. Soon it becomes apparent that Sally is their main focus of attention. The house becomes a living nightmare. They must exorcise the evil spirits for them to survive.
WHEN THE LIGHTS WENT OUT stars Gary Lewis, Kate Ashfield, Martin Compston and Steve Waddington. We'll hopefully get a peek at it sometime in 2012.
DREDD star Olivia Thirlby