Seminal horror filmmaker John Carpenter is back with The Ward, the Halloween helmer’s first directing effort in a decade.
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Amber Heard is stunning! Welcome back, MASTER!
This looks terrible. I’d much rather watch “They Live” again.
I have to say, it looks terrible. All these gorgeous girls pretending to be mental patients. No commitment at all to verisimilitude, which is, of course, the most crucial thing in a horror movie.
Ugggh! This got terrible buzz at Toronto.
Looks like ‘Girl Interrupted’ meets ‘The Ring’
Didn’t see (in that trailer though) the usual Carpenter touches..
Poor John, he’s a damned good director, he just needs the right material to direct and this isn’t it. Pity.
Red Band please.
Apparently, all crazy girls are super hot. Yay!
A multi-hot-chick shower scene? Really? Ugh. If this is what fans of John Carpenter want to see then we should all just give up and sell out. Like Carpenter just did.
This is so awesome. I can’t wait to watch this one. Amber Heard is really the best. Thanks a lot for posting the trailer.
Uh, absolutely hot girls in a creepy old asylum being put through classic horror paces by one of its masters “looks terrible?” Check your man-card in at the door please… What else would yoiu expect of Carpenter’s return to his low-budget hijinx which, by the way, he’s better at than when he is flush with studio quan…
Dont worry, Old Man, your style of movies will never stop being made and are, in fact, coming this weekend… in fact you’ll just love The Dilemma and The Green Whichever this Friday… whoa, get out the room deodorizer!!!
this looks like fun.
Looks interesting, but not sure I like the “ghost” visuals (e.g., decaying arm reaching out, etc.).
Personally, I’m looking forward to a part 2 of The Thing. I’ve got some ideas, but alas.
Actually, it looks like a pretty good premise for a horror movie–woman wrongfully committed to a haunted asylum. Sort of the worst-case version of the nobody-believes-I’m-seeing-the-monster-because-I’m-already-considered-crazy idea. That strikes me as good.
Unfortunately, most of the scares seem predicated on the old something-horrible-is-looking-for-you-and-the-only-reason-you-don’t-see-it-is-that-it’s-just-outside-the-camera-frame trick.
I’ve seen it. It’s actually pretty decent. Its not very scary, but I was entertained. Amber Heard is an amazing young talent that is going to go very far in this industry!
It needs Kurt Russell. Good to see ya directing again though.
Let me get this right…this is from the genius of THE THING and HALLOWEEN?
Okay. So…over light and over satuate with color everywhere…hire the strumpets and call them actresses..and give away everything in the trailer. Thank God the script is very original and intense. I was about to think the writer was a screw up like whoever is masquerading as John Carpenter these days. I’m sure Johnny C called Wes Craven up and asked him to help him edit this one. Why didn’t this sell big at Toronto? Cuz the Canucks hate b-movie directors. Thank God Amber whatever is such an amazing actress.
It’s about time. The studios were running out of OLD Carpenter movies to remake.
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