Dark sides. We all have them. How much influence they have on us on an everyday basis is the real story here. It’s so much easier to do the wrong thing, but damn it, being bad can be SO much fun!
Director Jason Bognacki (The Red Door) has completed production on his latest project, Another, a supernatural shocker starring Paulie Rojas (The Last Resort) as Jordyn, a woman possessed by an evil twin, and her twin is growing stronger. Maria Olsen (Paranormal Activity 3), Nancy Wolfe, and David Landry co-star.
“Compelled by the possibility that she could have a dark twin, Jordyn (Paulie Rojas) questions her own sanity and reality itself. Jordyn’s curiosity pulls her into a dark underworld of demonic possession, desire, and extreme indulgences churning a dead witch’s brew that tears her very soul apart.”
Check out the first trailer below, as well as images and art. READ MORE
Above we’ve added the trailer for the J-horror Another, directed by Takeshi Furusawa and based on the novel by Yukito Ayatsuji. Check out more at the film’s official website. Here’s an extremely long plot crunch via Wiki:
“In 1972, a very popular honor student named Misaki died partway through the school year in Yomiyama Middle School’s class 3-3. His peers, devastated by the unexpected loss, decided to carry on as if the student were still alive, going so far as to keep the desk in place and bringing it to the graduation ceremony. Yet no one could explain why the dead classmate was present on the graduation photo.
In spring 1998, 15-year-old student Kōichi Sakakibara arrives from Tokyo in Yomiyama, to stay with his grandparents while his father works in India. He transfers into class 3-3 but misses the first few weeks as a pneumothorax keeps him hospitalised. While in the hospital, he receives a visit from his classmates and meets a mysterious girl wearing his school’s uniform called Mei Misaki, who seems to be visiting the morgue.
Once recovered, Kōichi goes to school and tries to adapt. His aunt, a teacher at Yomiyama North, gives him a few pointers but, like his peers, remains evasive when it comes to their behavior towards Mei, who is treated by all as if she did not exist. Kōichi is further confounded by the air of mystery around class 3-3 and the fact that it is isolated from other classes, even practicing P.E. separately.
Things go from bad to worse when a classmate, Yukari Sakuragi, slips while running down the stairs and dies, impaled on the sharp end of her umbrella. This is one of many deaths related to Class 3-3 which have Kōichi and his friends Mei, Naoya Teshigawara, Tomohiko Kazami, and Yūya Mochizuki, trying to unravel the mystery of 1972’s Misaki and the “calamity” that has struck Class 3-3 ever since.” READ MORE