Image Entertainment has unveiled a full-length trailer for "Lovely Molly," a new horror film by Eduardo Sanchez, the co-director of "The Blair Witch Project." The movie uses traditional filmmaking and "found footage" techniques. Check out the trailer below.
Plot: When newlywed Molly Reynolds returns to her long-abandoned family home, frightful reminders of a nightmarish childhood begin seeping into her new life. She soon begins an inexorable descent into evil that blurs the lines between psychosis and possession.
"Lovely Molly" premiered at TIFF last year and is now coming to the big screen on May 18th, in limited release.
Since I see dead people, all horror movies are a joke to me!
BadChadB33writes: on March 30th, 2012 at 2:04:59 PM
Sounds like Darkfaggot's life story!
Big_Daddywrites: on March 30th, 2012 at 2:19:08 PM
Horror movies in general are "newly defined " every decade. Its easy to make a horror film by basis alone. Find pretty girl, make gruesome disfigured/mythical being , kill everyone except main heroin who dies 90 percent of the time in part 2. The real horror is that the genre itself has turned to portraying REAL LIFE emotions and events. The human psychosis is the true horror. Movies are just bringing your animal instincts to light. If you like some of these movies then you are a sick f*ck (like me) if you don't then may be a shred of hope for humanity. Although that means you like gay porn and we are all screwed. I am a fan of a film that brings out emotions I.E. horror, devil type movies ( not gay porn ) but that is for me and more-so to the fact that I consider it part of my movie experience, to be moved. popcorn sh*tfests are for the younger crowd. Dont get me wrong, I squirm when a villain shoves a nail spike into the A-hole of some dude.....but I still watch. Show a 9 year old rape scene and I turn the movie off. Just human nature.
minkowskiwrites: on March 30th, 2012 at 2:33:40 PM
It all depends on what you mean by horror. Do you mean scared, i.e., classical 'horror, or do you mean shocked by gruesome gory brutality, i.e., modern 'horror'?
Because there is a f*cking difference folks even if you can't smell it.
Big_Daddywrites: on March 30th, 2012 at 2:57:50 PM
Classic horror, modern horror its all the same by the simplistic of terms. Horror, is the embodiment of a form of evil. It grabs the sences and takes the imagination for the ulimate scare ride.horror can come in many forms, sometimes the less obvious the object of horror, the more scary it can be which is what Hollywood is now throwing in our faces with every movie now x 10 with the "found footage" angle. The question is what is your definition of "Classic Horror"
For instance I lump these films into "horror" because of the emotions it presents upon viewing:
Requiem for a dream
Stand by me
any Lindsey Lohan movie.
Big_Daddywrites: on March 30th, 2012 at 3:08:23 PM
My bad I should of listed films that I DO NOT consider horror
The lost boys
Rob zombie films
minkowskiwrites: on March 30th, 2012 at 3:36:38 PM
I think part of the problem is the word horror, which can mean different things to different people. A film that depicts brutal rapes could be called horror and so could a film like the House on the Hill, the Shirley Jackson original, which by today's standards isn't horror, it's more of a ghost story. SO it's ahrd to say.
I say horror is something that makes me afraid, or leery, of sitting in a darkened room alone, something that makes me jump in fright. Scares, not disgust, but in most horror films, you have both, sometimes so intertwined you can't separate the fear from the revulsion, and in other films, there's nothing but Bosnian-level depravity, like rapes and tortures, like Wolf Creek, but you're not afraid, more like repulsed by what you've seen because you know that even though what you're seeing is fake, sh*t like this has really happened.
What I'd like to see is return more to the original form, less gore, less senseless brutality and more scares, or the establishment of a separate genre for films that eschew the not so scary rapes and decapitations and instead go for classical scares, films like The Mothman Prophecies, which gave me the creeps, and The Sixth Sense, because I just call either horror, not when horror is nowadays far more equated with films like Hostel an Saw.
Yeah that scene in American History X is Brutal for sure, AHHHH that crunching sound !!
Haven't been scared by a horror film for years.
As a kid films that i thought were scary;
American Werewolf in London (subway scene and the dream scene the most),The Wicker Man (one of the 1st horrors i ever watched), Demons (An Italian horror film with a kickass rock s/t) and The Howling (not sure why now but it did back then).
Said many times, I would still rather sit and watch anything with Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee or Vincent Price over films like Saw, Hostel , Paranormal what ever it's called.
Proper horror films with tons of atmosphere and not so much of the blood and needless violence, Save that for the action films.
Mink you are exactly correct. For that matter Shaw shank redemption could be viewed as horror too. I mean being incarcerated for life for a crime one did not commit is true life horror. As for this film. It would probably collect dust in a walmart 5 dollar bin.