Showing posts with label Vincent D’Onofrio. Show all posts
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29 January 2013

Watch Creepy Clip For Jennifer Lynch's Chained

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She is certainly a 'daddy's girl' Jennifer Lynch as her latest film Chained is showing her daddy David Lynch has certain been a 'father figure' to her inspiring twisted wholesomeness.

This Friday will see the limited cinema release of Chained starring Vincent D'Onfrio as Bob the serial killing taxi-driver, but he is a serial killer with a difference. One of his victims had a boy and he raises him not as a father/ son relationship but to be his protege calling him rabbit instead of Tim his correct name, but will he follow his new found daddy's steps?

Below is a new creepy clip which shows the new family set up is not as happy and dynamic as it should be.


Chained is set for a limited release in UK cinemas on 1st February with the film been released on DVD& Blu-Ray from 4th February. Chained stars Evan Bird, Jake Weber and Julia Ormond.

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23 January 2013

Watch UK Trailer For Jennifer Lynch's Chained

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Let's be honest how many times have we had to rely on taxi's when local transport even own family members have let us down? Lot's of times! What if you entered one of those lifesavers that actually take your life? Jennifer Lynch's Chained might just be the last fare you'll pay, watch the UK trailer

From the mind of writer/director Jennifer Lynch comes the shocker that stunned audiences worldwide: When he was 9 years old, Tim and his mother were abducted by taxi-driving serial killer Bob (Vincent D’Onofrio). Tim’s mother was murdered. Tim was kept as a chained slave, forced to bury the bodies of young women Bob drags home and keep scrapbooks of the crimes. Now a teenager, Tim (Eamon Farren) and Bob share a depraved father/son/protégé relationship. But who will ultimately sever the bond between ‘family’ and unimaginable horror? Evan Bird (“The Killing”), Jake Weber (“Medium”) and Julia Ormond (The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, “Mad Men”) co-star in what critics are calling one of the most controversial and uncompromising thrillers of our time.

Chained looks more a psychological horror than one that focuses on less actual murders but the actual aftermath of Bob's atrocities and emotional impact on Rabbit. Boxing Helena gave us a new twist on body in 1990's in 2013 Jennifer Lynch's Chained could potentially bring a fresh new compelling twist on the serial killer genre

Chained is set for a limited release in UK cinemas on 1st February  with the film been released on DVD& Blu-Ray from 4th February. Chained stars  Evan BirdJake Weber and Julia Ormond.



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23 December 2012

Can You Survive Sinister? Horror Hit Coming To UK DVD This February

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From the producer of “Insidious” and “Paranormal Activity”, the horror box office smash that terrified cinemagoers and critics alike in 2012  When Sinister comes to DVD and Blu-ray. Can you, dare you #SurviveSINISTER in your own home?

Desperately in need of a best seller to revive his struggling career, true crime writer Ellison (Ethan Hawke), moves his family to the scene of his most recent story; the unsolved, gruesome murder of a loving, happy suburban family.Shunned by the local community and strained by his obligations to his family, the discovery of a batch of home movies in the attic offers Ellison shocking proof to the crime he is investigating. Ellison notices the same unidentified figure appearing in each of the 8mm films, leaving him convinced that all the incidents are linked by a truly bizarre connection. As his investigations uncover the terrifying truth he starts to lose his grip on reality and it soon becomes clear that he is placing his own family in harm’s way.

It’s like “8MM” meets “The Shining” meets “Insidious”. A supremely creepy horror, full of dread, shocking images and almost unbearable tension, this one is pretty much guaranteed to give audiences nightmares. It also features a superb central performance by Ethan Hawke.

So can you survive Sinister? Find out 11th February 2013 when the film arrives in UK&Ireland on DVD, Blu-Ray. Sinister stars stars Ethan Hawke , Vincent D’Onofrio , James Ransome, Juliet Rylance and Fred Dalton Thompson



  • Extras
  • Director's Commentary
  • Commentary with Writers Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill
  • True Crime Authors Feature
  • Living in a House of Death Feature
  •  Fear Experiment
  • Trailer
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