The first preview clip from director Jim Sheridan's (Brothers) new psychological thriller, Dream House, was big on mystery — "Who is Peter Ward?" — but lacked any real thrills or chills. That oversight has been remedied in the latest two preview clips from the movie, which stars Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz as Will and Libby Atenton, a loving couple who, along with their two girls (played by Claire and Taylor Geare), relocated from New York City to a small town in New England only to find that their "dream house" was once the sight of a gruesome murder and that they are now the killer's next victims. If you startle easily, you may not want to watch these clips at work, in a library, or in a quiet coffee shop. watch the new preview clips >> Posted 09.27.11 by BrentJS
After uncooperative weather conditions in Toronto and Daniel Craig's busy schedule conspired against the intended February release date of director Jim Sheridan's (Brothers) new movie, Dream House, the psychological thriller will finally debut in theaters next week. The story centers around a loving couple (played by Craig and his real-life wife, Rachel Weisz) and their two daughters (Claire and Taylor Geare) who trade the hustle and bustle of New York City for a quiet life in a small town in New England. However, they soon discover that their "dream house" has a dark secret, one that could come back to haunt them. The theatrical trailer for the movie raised many questions about the house, its history and the sanity of Craig's character, but the new preview clip that was just released distills the entire mystery down to one question: "Who is Peter Ward?" watch the new preview clip >> Posted 09.22.11 by BrentJS
Sometimes the best character in a scary movie is the residence itself, think the Stanley Hotel in The Shining or the Dutch Colonial at 112 Ocean Drive in The Amityville Horror. Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz and Naomi Watts will be experiencing their own Dream House, this October, and they'll likely regret the move. We want you to think of the scariest haunted house movies of all time and rank your top ten favorites for us. Vote for Hollywood's Top Ten, the show where movie fans control the countdowns.
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Audiences are finally getting a chance to step into director JIm Sheridan's Dream House.
Shot in early 2010, the lack of snow in Toronto forced the production to schedule reshoots in December, when (hopefully) more snow was on the ground. At that point, actor Daniel Craig was already in Sweden shooting The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, which then postponed the reshoots to March, which, in turn, meant that the February release date had to be changed to September.
The reshoots allowed Sheridan to add in a few additional scenes to help explain the thriller's story. "I'm happy enough with it. It will be a good movie," Sheridan told THR last December. "But it's a very unusual storyline that's sometimes hard to negotiate. At base, it's a big love story. On top of that, it's a genre horror story. On top of that, it's a psychological thriller. There's a lot of strands to keep in the air." watch the creepy trailer >> Posted 07.22.11 by Ryan