Four new posters to show off this afternoon. The first – and my favorite of the lot – is for Cub, followed by the sequel Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead, the Elijah Wood-starring Open Windows and the supernatural intervention thriller Inner Demons.
Cub is making its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. The movie has been described as following troubled twelve-year-old Sam (Maurice Luijten) [who] heads off on a summer camping trip with his Cub Scout troupe. When the highly imaginative boy claims to have seen a creature in the woods, his counsellors naturally assume that their campfire tales of a monster named Kai have gotten to him. But the danger Sam sees is all too real: watching from the darkness is a masked, feral child whose menacing snarl and quick movements go unnoticed by all except for Sam. As the mocking taunts of the other boys isolate Sam further from his pack, he becomes increasingly convinced that a terrible fate awaits them all.
In Dead Snow 2, sequel, the gruesome Nazi Zombies are back to finish their mission, but our hero is not willing to die. He is gathering his own army to give them a final fight. Look for it on VOD and in select theaters October 10th.
Open Windows arrives on VOD October 2nd and in select theaters November 7th. Wood stars alongside Sasha Grey. Synopsis: Jill (Grey), the most exciting actress of the moment, refuses to have dinner with Nick (Wood), a fan who won a date with her in an Internet contest organized by the distributor of her latest film. In return, a man named Chord, who is posing as Jills campaign manager, helps Nick to follow in the footsteps of the actress from his own computer. Nick starts a game in which he realizes that is only a puppet into the manic plans devised by Chord, to hunt down the star.
Inner Demons, finally, hits in October (no release date yet).
When the teenage daughter of a religious family transforms from A-student into heroin addict, her parents agree to allow a reality TV crew to stage an intervention and tape her recovery. What they dont know is that she has been taking drugs to deal with the unnatural, evil feelings growing inside her.
When she agrees to rehab, with no drugs to suppress whats inside, the demon emerges. A suspenseful and clever reinvention of both the found-footage and possession genres, Inner Demons expertly plays on our cultures love of reality television.