Summit Entertainment will be shifting their release of Sinister, the Ethan Hawke supernatural horror flick, to an October 12 release, one week later than originally slated. It was to open against Frankenweenie and Fox’s Taken 2. And now that you won’t have to decide between two horror films, we’d love for you guys to check out V/H/S when it hits limited theaters on October 5. Here’s a list of theaters announced thus far.
Exorcism of Emily Rose‘s Scott Derrickson directs Sinister, “Hawke plays a true crime novelist who discovers a box of mysterious, disturbing home movies that plunge his family into a nightmarish experience of supernaturalhorror.”
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