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I knew it would be hitting, just didn’t expect it to be so soon but hey, that’s a good thing. THE WARD, John Carpenter’s latest will be heading to home video on Aug. 16th – that’s what – 10 days away. Wow, talk about a quick roll out. No artwork or anything for you but with a release date so close I would think that would be forth coming any second. Story line wise, here’s … Continue reading
SYNOPSIS: A thriller centered on an institutionalized young woman who becomes terrorized by a ghost. REVIEW: Kristen a young traumatized girl is sent to the state mental hospital after she is arrested for setting fire to a local house. There is little revealed as we assume that Kristen is just a troubled girl who has to spend some time in a women’s mental hospital. Beyond the shock of thrown into a new environment, she comes … Continue reading
Trailer: The Ward (2011) U.S. A thriller centered on an institutionalized young woman who becomes terrorized by a ghost.
Just got that new one sheet the other day and tonight brings the surprising release of a US trailer for John Carpenter’s THE WARD. The film will be available June 8th on VOD systems across the country followed by a limited theatrical run starting July 8th and then of course home video release. Don’t have a DVD release date for you yet but that info should be heading our way soon enough. Enjoy the trailer:
As die hard horror fans we all already know that the next one from genre icon John Carpenter titled THE WARD hits theaters in July. We also already know that it stars mega-hottie Amber Heard and it’s got something to do with a hospital. It’s been playing around a bit and a handful of folks have gotten a look at it and to say that reviews are mixed would be an understatement but for me … Continue reading
Synopsis: â€śIn Oregon in 1966, a young woman named Kristen (Amber Heard) is taken to a mental ward after police catch her setting a farmhouse on fire. Once at the institution, she meets the four other women sheâ€™ll be living with (Mamie Gummer, Danielle Panabaker, Lyndsy Fonseca and Laura-Leigh). But Kristenâ€™s misery about being cooped up in this nuthouse soon pales in comparison to a greater danger: a hideous phantom figure starts appearing out of … Continue reading