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Teaser trailer for A Resurrection, starring the late Michael Clarke Duncan

Feb. 26, 2013by: Kevin Woods

It was almost a year ago when we last heard any news regarding the supernatural revenge tale THE SIBLING, but all of that changes today as we have a look at the new teaser for the film which has undergone a title change to the more generic sounding A RESURRECTION and features one of the last performances from the late, great Michael Clarke Duncan, who passed away last September at the age of 54.

We have already seen one trailer from back in May of last year when the film was still titled THE SIBLING (which you can check out right HERE), but this new trailer below is more to-the-point and showcases more of the supernatural elements of the story.

A RESURRECTION is written and directed by Matt Orlando and also stars Mischa Barton, Devon Sawa, Stuart Stone, Nick Jandl, Matthew Willig and Jonathan Michael Trautman. The films official synopsis reads:

A down to earth school psychologist tries to help a mentally ill student who actually believes his brother is coming back from the grave for revenge on the students who killed him.

The film is scheduled to hit theaters March 22 through Archstone Entertainment.

RIP MCD. We miss your booming voice already!

Extra Tidbit: Which title did you dig better: THE SIBLING or A RESURRECTION?

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4:51PM on 02/26/2013
Michael Clarke Duncan dies, and producers want this film to be "The Resurrection." I am not sure that I like that change. Potentially, it exploits a real-life tragedy. Potentially, the title change is in insensitive poor taste. Then again, I was shocked that Queen of the Damned kept its title after Aaliyah passed away in an accident. Her final work will be ever about someone royally damned. Perhaps, I am overly analytical and overly sensitive about the producers' business decision.
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Michael Clarke Duncan dies, and producers want this film to be "The Resurrection." I am not sure that I like that change. Potentially, it exploits a real-life tragedy. Potentially, the title change is in insensitive poor taste. Then again, I was shocked that Queen of the Damned kept its title after Aaliyah passed away in an accident. Her final work will be ever about someone royally damned. Perhaps, I am overly analytical and overly sensitive about the producers' business decision.
And, one guesses that The Resurrection is a scarier title than The Sibling. This film is supposed to be a supernatural suspense tale. Also, resurrection seems to be part of the original plot. However, do I find the re-title appropriate? No. Does The Sibling look like a good movie? Imdb lists the release date as December 2012, so The Sibling premiered only recently. However, twenty-eight imdb users give it only a six. And, I have never heard of this film before, so it does not have much hype. The movie itself (besides its new title) might not be very good.
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