Gone is Brazilian director Heitor Dhalia’s (Adrift) American film debut and stars Amanda Seyfried (In Time) as a woman who discovers that the man who abducted her and tried to kill her two years ago has now kidnapped her sister.
Tribeca Film has released a trailer for actor Vincent D’Onofrio’s feature film directorial debut Don’t Go in the Woods, a controversial piece of commentary on why hipster musicians should all have their heads bashed in with big rocks.
The film’s official synopsis reads:
Vincent D’Onofrio explores love, greed and ruthlessness in this twisted musical/horror hybrid, telling the story of a young band who heads to the woods to get away from their everyday lives in order to focus on writing new songs.
Hoping to walk away from the trip with new tunes that will score them their big break, they instead find themselves in the middle of a nightmare beyond comprehension.
D’Onofrio is best known for his acting roles on NBC’s “Law and Order: Criminal Intent” and Stanley Kubrick’s classic 1987 Vietnam War drama Full Metal Jacket. He’s slated to star opposite Julia Ormond in Jennifer Lynch’s upcoming serial killer drama Rabbit.
Don’t Go in the Woods makes its premiere on Dec. 26 on Amazon Watch Instantly, iTunes, Vudu, and cable VOD. It will have a limited theatrical run sometime in January.
Rachel Nichols (Conan the Barbarian) is facing off against stunt-woman-turned-actress Zoe Bell (Death Proof) in Cosmic Toast Studios’ indie survival-frightener Raze: Fight or Die. Details are scarce, but producers describe the film as being a female Fight Club-meets-Hostel hybrid.
A teaser for the flick has been released and it shows Nichols and Bell threatening each other. Now, I’m totally in Nichols’ corner, but Bell is looking pretty butch these days. Something tells me Nichols is in trouble.