While James Wan’s upcoming sequel to INSIDIOUS is still filming we’ve got a small bit of news to share regarding its release. Originally it was planned for an August 30th release but now has been moved ever so slightly to September 20th. It’s not a huge move like we saw CARRIE get when it was pushed a discouraging 7 months away from its original date.
Many of the original cast members have returned, including Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lin Shaye, Barbara Hershey, and Ty Simpkins. The gorgeous Jocelin Donahue (THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL) has joined the project and is playing a young version of Lorraine Lambert.
Nothing here to worry about, just looks like a case of placing the film in a better competeing slot as it looks like the only other movies it will have to go against that week will be Hugh Jackman’s PRISONERS and Chris Hemsworth’s RUSH.
via Insidious Chapter 2 gets a release date change – Horror Movie News | Arrow in the Head.
Movie Review: The Awakening
Director: Nick Murphy
By: TJ Fowler
I recently saw some blurbs around the internet for the British movie called The Awakening and after reading its description I thought it sounded interesting and so I decided I would give it a view and see what was being woke up.
So what did I find with The Awakening? I found what seemed like a ghost story, wrapped in a psychological analysis story of the main character ,which was also wrapped in a multi-layered story that seemed at times would sink the movie with its effort to be too intellectual. Amazingly, the film is not sunk by all the twists and turns that it presents to the viewer and I even found that one story angle the movie presented later in the film was really interesting and didn’t see it coming in any form. Continue reading Movie Review: The Awakening