If you worked at a notoriously haunted new England hotel, wouldn't you spend the last night the hotel was open trying to capture evidence of the supernatural?
If you agree, you'll enjoy the premise of the upcoming horror movie, The Innkeepers. The movie is set, and was shot in, the Yankee Pedlar Inn, located in northern Connecticut where it maintains a reputation as a haunted destination. Writer-director-editor Ti West explained to Interview last June that he was inspired to write the movie when he stayed at the Yankee Pedlar while making his last horror movie, 2009's The House of the Devil.
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They told us, "We found a hotel, it's [reasonably priced] and pretty cool," but when I checked in, having known nothing about it, I immediately thought, "This f**king place is weird." A lot of us generally felt the hotel was creepy.
Lakes shouldn't have sharks in them, but that's just part of the surprise The Final Destination director David R. Ellis has up his sleeve for the upcoming horror movie Shark Night 3D.
Starring Sara Paxton as a college student who joins her friends for a weekend at a lake house in the Louisiana Gulf where, somehow, sharks have made their way into the salt-water lake, Shark Night 3D's other surprise is that, of the three preview clips recently released by Relativity Media, only one is set at night. While Shark Day 3D might have been a more appropriate title, it certainly would have been more difficult to justify all the bikinis if every scene was set in the dark. watch the clips >> Posted 08.23.11 by Ryan
Sure, audiences have seen a great white shark wreck havoc on a New England summer resort town, and seen prehistoric piranha chew through Spring break revelers in an Arizona lake town, but have audiences seen a shark attack weekend vacationers in a Louisiana lake? That's the premise behind Shark Night 3D, the upcoming horror movie from The Final Destination director David R. Ellis.
For those asking "how does a shark end up in a lake?": don't worry, that very question is asked in the trailer. Shark Night 3D actress Sara Paxton explained to ShockTilYouDrop earlier this month that lake sharks "actually happen."
I went down to Louisiana and I was really confused, how in the hell do sharks end up in the lake? All of the locals say it happens quite a bit with Bull Sharks, and they find their way into salt water lakes. Which terrified me, because when we were shooting I was like "Why did that log just blink?"
So there you go, doubters. Now, can anyone explain why most of the movie's first trailer takes place during the day? watch the trailer >> Posted 05.26.11 by Ryan