The upcoming adaptation of Stephen King‘s sequel to The Shining, Doctor Sleep, isn’t arriving in theaters until November. A bit of a bummer for those who were wishing they could see it this Halloween season.
But now some people will have a chance to see it early. It’s been announced that Fandango is bringing the movie to theaters early for one night only, and just in time for Halloween.
Warner Bros. has released a featurette for Doctor Sleep, an adaptation of Stephen King‘s sequel to The Shining starring Ewan McGregor as a grown up Danny Torrance.
The featurette includes clips from the movie, paired with writer and director Mike Flanagan, McGregor, and King himself sharing their thoughts on the story and the sequel. You can check out the video below along with a lengthy synopsis.
Warner Bros. released the second trailer to Doctor Sleep, a sequel to Stephen King‘s The Shining. Written and directed by Mike Flanagan, the upcoming film stars Ewan McGregor as an older Dan Torrance who has fought to put the past traumas he experienced as a child at the Overlook Hotel behind him. But when he comes across Abra (Kyliegh Curran), a courageous teenager with her own powerful extrasensory gift, known as the “shine,” they must work together in a life-or-death battle against Rose the Hat and her followers. Check out the trailer here below.
Warner Bros. Pictures has released the first trailer for Doctor Sleep, an adaptation of author Stephen King‘s sequel to the horror classic The Shining which we first found out could happen 10 years ago now.
The movie stars Ewan McGregor as the all grown up Danny Torrance, decades after we saw him dealing with some unthinkably horrifying experiences in The Shining. In it, Torrance finds himself meeting a girl who shares his unique gift—or curse—who is hoping he can help her.
You can find a full synopsis for Doctor Sleep and check out the trailer below.
Enter The Void Directed by Gaspar Noe
Starring Nathaniel Brown, Paz de la Huerta, Cyril Roy, Emily Alyn Lind, Jesse Kuhn
Release date: September 24, 2010 (limited)
The void, according to flamboyant director Gaspar Noe, is life. What a pessimistic outlook. But Noe does present to us through his new film Enter The Void potent, disturbing, and rotten instances that back his pessimistic perspective. As soon as we are born into this world (Noe gives us an unprecedented example of this) we have entered the void, and we only enhance the blackness of that void by making ourselves susceptible by living a life that approaches the disgusting, sick, and horror-stricken. His film is a fully realized portrait of a decaying city (Tokyo), but is it really about the world? And a fully realized portrait of its sinful inhabitants (Oscar, Linda, and their friends), but is it really supposed to represent all of humanity? Both city and its inhabitants, no matter what way you look at it, have entered the void long ago. Both have fallen victim to life’s unfair ways and are guilty of self-annihilation ever since their conception.