|release date||May 18 2010|
|writer||John Travis, John Connolly|
|starring||Kevin Costner, Ivana Baquero, Noah Taylor, Samantha Mathis|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisKevin Costner stars as John James, a single father who moves to a house in the country with his two children following a painful divorce. Soon, however, his adolescent daughter (Ivana Baquero) begins acting strangely, and the household is plagued by disturbing events. John begins to suspect that the mysterious mound at the edge of the forest may have something to do with her ominous behavior.
Dumping a movie in limited theaters is one thing, but these top-secret annihilations are becoming all too common. I’m not going to complain when I have the opportunity to plop down $5 to see a brand spanking new horror movie that arrives out of the clear blue sky, but sometimes I have to wonder why they even bothered? I guess it’s just to make the producers smile knowing that their baby went into theaters — even if no one came for the party? Such the case with Gold Circle’s The New Daughter, which Anchor Bay secretly dumped in theaters this past Friday. Directed by REC co-writer Luis Berdejo, it’s no wonder there was no reception, in fact, I don’t understand why it didn’t isn’t go direct-to-disc. …Read More