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Trippy, Bizarre and Unnerving New Teaser Trailer for '11-11-11'

Bloody-Disgusting says:

We told you last week that Saw II-IV director Darren Lynn Bousman's thriller Mother's Day would not be arriving in theaters April 1. While the Rebecce De Mornay starrer awaits a fresh date, Bousman is in post production on his religious horror 11-11-11.

Earlier this year we shared with you an eerie promo trailer out of the EFM in Berlin, now Bloody Disgusting has your exclusive peak at the latest teaser that's downright bizarre and unnerving. Dig on it inside and tell us what you think!

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Crazay3945d ago

This is EXACTLY the kind of movie we need to see more of. The Horror Genre has been so meek as late with nothing more than shock value torture porn. I want to feel creeped out and nothing has done that to me in years.

JL3944d ago

This one definitely looks interesting. It's one I've been trying to keep an eye on since I first heard about it.

One criticism: that guy at the end screaming "Oh my god! Oh man!" That sounds like such horrible acting lol

On that note, if you like real fright and terror, Insidious might be one to check out. I'm hearing lots of good things about that one and how it truly is scary and does it right: instilling fear/terror into the audience. It's definitely one I plan on getting around to seeing soon.

Crazay3944d ago

That one is on my radar for sure. Unfortunately we don't get much opportunity to go to movies.

Cat3943d ago

I agree that I'd rather not have more torture porn added to the market, but coming from the director of a series of torture porn...seems like it'll skew that way?

Crazay3943d ago

I was wondering that myself but something feels different about this just from the trailer.

-MD-3944d ago

Looks average at best to me. I'll wait for reviews before wasting any time on it.

Quagmire3944d ago

Agreed, wasnt impressed with the "from the director of saw films" either.

Tuxmask553943d ago

How is this bizarre and unnerving?

Crazay3943d ago

I dunno how unnerving it is but there's a def. element of creepiness to it.

no_more_heroes3943d ago (Edited 3943d ago )

I don't get scared by movies anymore. Games on the other hand...

I don't get scared by movies because no matter what's happening, it's not happening to me, it's happening to the people on the screen. With games, I'm directly controlling the person/people on the screen, so it's like it's happening to me directly. Whether that person lives or dies depends directly on me.

A religious-themed horror-movie, though, if done right, could maybe do the trick. Wasn't that impressed by the trailer, but I'll still keep an eye out for this. I'm curiously intrigued.