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Jennifer Lynch Tells Supernatural Tale ‘Visibility’

Although I’m a fan of Boxing Helena, I was very disappointed with Surveillance , and word on the street is that Hisss is absolutely horrendous (a reason why they won’t show it to anybody), so it’s hard to get excited for Jennifer Lynch’s latest genre film. Next on her plate is Visibility, penned by Allan Loeb (Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps). Described as a supernatural thriller in the vein of The Sixth Sense and Primal Fear (you’re about a decade late with that), Visibility centers around a detective whose search for the identity of a trauma-induced amnesia victim reveals a mysterious connection between the two men. “Loeb’s ‘Visibility’ snuck up on me like a stranger at a party — a safe place, a new face — Mama warned me about scripts like this,” Lynch said. Casting begins soon.


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This Week in Horror - August 7, 2017

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