Monday, March 1, 2010

JULIANNE MOORE AND JONATHAN RHYS MEYERS IN "SHELTER"


Premiering this April, "Shelter" is a spooky horror thriller staring Julianne Moore and our favourite king Jonathan Rhys Meyers ("The Tudors"). In "Shelter" Julianne plays a forensic psychiatrist trying to uncover the mystery of why one of her patients has multiple personalities that all appear to be murder victims. This supernatural thriller comes from the writer of the intriguing film "Identity" and the producer of "The Ring". Check out the scary trailer bellow.

10 comments:

  1. Oooh, I'm there. I wish they hadn't thrown that kid in at the end. I'm kind of sick of them using kids in thriller/horror/suspense movies. But I'll see it! Though, I'll admit, the headlining actors didn't get my heartrate jumping.

    Michele
    SouthernCityMysteries

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  2. Okay that was scary. Should be an interesting movie.

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  3. Anything with Julianne Moore can't be all that bad!

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  4. That looks hella scary. Hope it delivers

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  5. yep, I hate when they use kids in such movies as well, and what freaks me out is the fact that the tolerance limits of that taboo are moving down and down. I blame Tarantino's KILL BILL for that.

    I think Jonathan's acting makes the movie double scary!

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  6. Welcome to HOLLYWOOD SPY Jimbob :)

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  7. As a horror fans, I'm quite interesting with this one. But I think the trailer is not that scary, hope the film is better though.

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  8. I liked "Identity" quite a bit, so I'm expecting this movie will be at least at that level...

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  9. I liked IDENTITY as well, Perin.

    Jaccsy, I watch maybe one horror per year so this is scary enough for me at least :)) but for you horror fans even Freddie Kruger is like a little pussycat :)

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  10. You're really really right Dezmy.. I've got more more way scarier figure above that Krueger. So that's why this "Shelter" trailer looks like an entry level of horror for me. But it's not truly the terrifying scenes which had me praise a film but it's their intelligent and uniqueness.

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