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The Apparition
Opens: September 9th 2011
Cast: Tom Felton, Ashley Greene, Sebastian Stan, Julianna Guill, Luke Pasqualino
Director: Todd Lincoln

Summary: A young couple are haunted by a scary ghost-like form, apparently brought into existence by students testing a whole new form of science. Who will help them escape the terrifying apparition?

Analysis: Dark Castle’s horror entry for this year is a sci-fi meets haunted house tale that takes its inspiration from “Paranormal Activity,” “Poltergeist” and “Flatliners” – with the plot following a couple being terrorised in their home by something unleashed after a university parapsychology experiment goes awry. Producer Joel Silver says that despite being shot in Berlin, the setting is around a cul-de-sac in LA’s San Fernando Valley in an area where a lot of houses didn’t ever get finished (an unformed neighbourhood of sorts). Their aim is to be “really, really scary”, taking the setup of films like ‘Paranormal’ and then pushing it beyond into something darker.

Filmmaker Lincoln is an unknown, this marks his screenwriting and directorial debut. The young cast though is surprisingly pretty good, the best actress of the “Twilight” films, Ashley Greene, makes her debut in a leading role here opposite one of my favourite young actors Sebastian Stan (“Kings,” “Gossip Girl,” “Hot Tub Time Machine,” “Black Swan”) who’ll hopefully hit it big this year as the sidekick of “Captain America”. Brits Tom Felton, best known for playing Draco Malfoy in the “Harry Potter” series, and “Skins” star Luke Pasqualino are also good choices to have onboard.

One thing this thankfully won’t be is overly gory. Greene mentioned in a roundtable interview earlier this year that “It’s not going to be that slash-gore movie. It’s that thing that just scares you to the core, and it’s terrifying. The way that I can best explain it is that we do everything that a normal person would do. Everyone is going to watch it and say, ‘Do this!’ And that’s what we’re going to do. Unfortunately, it doesn’t solve things, and we’re still having to deal with them. I think that’s the scariest part, is when you do everything that you should do and you still end up ruined.” Sounds like good fun to me.


Posted By Maria    December 17th, 2010    Comments Off on “The Apparition” on The Notable Films of 2011: Part One

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