|release date||January 28 2011|
|studio||After Dark Films|
|starring||Orlando Jones, Samantha Droke, David Jensen, Louis Herthum, Gary Entin, James DuMont, Edmund Entin|
|tagline||Death Comes in Twos|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisJudging by their privileged lifestyles, one would never guess that Seth and Jonah are murderous twins who share an evil kinship. Damned from the moment of their births, the brothers possess a gruesome talent for telekinesis - a power they use in the most horrific ways imaginable. As fellow students meet gory fates, the local law enforcement begins to suspect the twins' connection to the depraved murders. What started as a jealous rage escalates into a supernatural showdown - pitting brother against brother, evil against evil.
Decent twin genre films are often hard to come by, especially when the bar was set so high by Cronenberg’s masterful Dead Ringers. A horrific character study with a career defining dual-performance by Jeremy Irons, the Canadian director’s 1988 film was not only one of the most disturbing and provocative films in a decade where neither of those things were especially prevalent, but it forever changed the direction of his career. Since then, we’ve been subjected to cringe-inducing productions like I Know Who Killed Me, which is actually about twins, though I don’t think that’s particularly easy to ascertain as the film is extremely convoluted and misguided, resulting in one of the biggest headaches in recent memory. Antonio Negret, who was included on Hollywood Reporter’s ‘Top 10 Latino Director To Watch’ in 2008 shortly after the debut of Hacia la Oscuridad, throws his hat into the bunk bed sub-genre with Seconds Apart, which, while not mind-blowing, is certainly a delightfully creepy surprise. …Read More