The trailer for an upcoming thriller called Crush has just come out, starring the sexy Lucas Till (Havok in X-Men), Crystal Reed (Allison Argent in Teen Wolf), and Sarah Bolger (Princess Aurora in Once Upon A Time).
It’s not anything that hasn’t been done before, but looks like it could still be a satisfying thriller if you enjoyed films like Swim Fan, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and Urban Legends. That’s pretty much the feel of this film in my opinion.
In the story, an odd soft spoken girl (Reed) has a secret crush on a sexy high school athlete (Till). What starts out as an innocent crush turns into an unhealthy obsession and when he doesn’t reciprocate the feelings, it turns into a “if she can’t have him, no one can” situation. Check out the trailer after the jump…
An upcoming new horror anthology called Sanitarium has debuted it’s red-band trailer warning that insanity is a disease that spreads like wildfire.
Using a mental hospital as the common thread, the movie is comprised of three different segments, with a character by the name of Dr. Stenson at the center of the trilogy. He plays the lead physician responsible for the patients at the Sanitarium, and offers commentary at the top of each of the three tales. He also explains how their troubles with hallucinations, imaginary voices, alternate realities and more got them where they are now.
The film is directed by Bryan Ortiz, Bryan Ramirez, and Kerry Valderrama and it looks super creepy. I’m curious to see how it all comes together, but terrified to watch it at the same time. Watch the trailer below to see what I mean.
From the producer of The Ring comes another horror called 6 Souls that will have you on the edge of your seats. The film was originally called Shelter and has been delayed for quite some time but finally a premiere date has been set that the trailer has just been released.
After the death of her husband, Dr. Cara Harding’s (Julianne Moore) faith in God has been shaken, but not her belief in science. In an attempt to open her up to accepting unexplainable psychiatric theories, her father introduces her to Adam (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), a patient with multiple personalities who takes on some of the physical characteristics of his other personalities. But, Cara quickly discovers that Adam’s other personalities are murder victims and the more she finds out about him and his past, the closer she and her loved ones are to becoming murder victims themselves. It looks pretty intense!
The film can be seen early on iTunes on March 1 and will open in theaters on April 5. Check out the trailer below!
Earlier this week, the trailer for an Australian thriller called Crawl came out and we’ve got your first look at the film below. I’ve seen some pretty scary Australian films and this one looks like it will certainly fall into that category.
The story is set in a rural town. A seedy-bar owner hires a mysterious Croatian man to murder an acquaintance over an unpaid debt, but things don’t go as planned. The man goes through with the murder, but it’s a “wrong place at the wrong time” scenario and an innocent waitress gets involved… in a big way.
The man holds her hostage in her home and she must dig deep and do whatever it takes to survive. The movie promises “a suspenseful, yet darkly humorous chain of events builds to a blood-curdling and unforgettable climax.” Check out the trailer below.
Every now and then on Homorazzi, we post a “Who’d You Rather” where you have to decide between two hot guys. That’s just a fun, carefree game and an excuse to check out some sexy photos of some hot guys. In a new movie trailer for a film called Would You Rather, it’s a very different story.
In Would You Rather, Brittany Snow (Pitch Perfect, Prom Night) plays a concerned sister named Iris that is desperate to help her ailing brother Raleigh (Logan Miller). She meets with a man who says that he can help her and invites her to a dinner party that he’s hosting at his house. “There’ll be there guests there. People who just haven’t received a fair shake in life. The evening will culminate with… a game.” Iris responds, “A contest?” If Iris competes and wins in a game, his charitable foundation will pay for Raleigh’s treatment and find him a bone marrow donor.
This is just no ordinary game. It’s a deadly game and things get crazy really fast with the host, a sadistic aristocrat played by Jeffrey Combs, forces the guests to choose between some pretty awful alternatives. It looks pretty intense and will likely have you on the edge of your seats and clinging to the person beside you. Watch the trailer below.
Being a 911 operator would be one hell of a stressful job. Can you imagine all of the thoughts that would be running through your head when you get home after every shift? The movie trailer for an upcoming thriller called The Call has just come out showing how committed one operator is to saving a girl’s life.
The film is directed by The Machinist‘s Brad Anderson and centers on a troubled 911 operator (Halle Berry) who is racing against the clock to save a kidnapped victim from a serial killer. It looks very intense and definitely a movie I want to see. The film also stars Abigail Breslin, Michael Ecklund and WWE Superstar David Otunga.
The Call hits theaters on March 15. Will you be dialing in to this movie? Check out the trailer below!
If you’re like me and love Paul Walker in a good thriller or car chase movie, then this one’s for you. The trailer for a new movie called Vehicle 19 has just come out starring the sexy Mr. Walker and is directed by Mukunda Michael Dewil.
In the movie, a recently paroled man (Walker) is given the wrong vehicle at a rental company and find himself in possession of key evidence in a corruption trial. After being framed by crooked cops, he he has to overcome an entire police force in a foreign city he knows nothing about if he is to ever clear his name and get the evidence to the prosecution in time.
There is no set release date for the film, but I’ll definitely be checking it out… probably on Apple TV as opposed to in theatres though.
Well, I’m starting to have to get really inventive in titling these articles as I attempt to not just simply become the “horror movie recommendation guy” from H-Razzi. I’ve said it a dozen times that I much prefer a smart and simple production to anything CGI and explosive where bombs make up for lack of dialogue, and yet finding a clever barely funded film is harder than it seems. Too often are “low budget” designations awarded to student films that border on directorial masturbation as they attempt to out-reference and ply layer upon layer of indecipherable meaning to their pieces. So, when smart men and women combine to create a pretty decent and damn scary production like Dread I will stop to give credit where credit is due.
Based on the short story by horror-expert Clive Barker (author of the stories that inspired Candyman and Hellraiser), “Dread” follows the story of a group of university students (a go-to for low-$ productions) seeking to understand their fears. But, as the film elaborates, it’s not just simply fear they’re looking to examine: it’s pure and all-consuming dread. A type of fright that takes over your entire mind and body. While some of the fears border on the typical (clowns wielding axes) there’s more simple phobias like eating meat that are included to round off the kids’ worries. That said- as you’ve probably guessed- all the dreads are confronted in such a forceful and unavoidable matter that the viewer is witness to some horrific and terrified responses that have you leaving the movie scared to death of the same threats.