Formerly known as Replicas, IFC’s In Their Skin is currently on VOD and On Demand with a limited theatrical run November 9. Directed by Jeremy Regimbal, the film stars Selma Blair, Joshua Close (who also wrote the script), James D’Arcy and Rachel Miner.
Last week I hopped on the phone with Blair and we discussed what attracted her to this project, which is much darker than many of the roles she is known for. We also discussed how she dealt with filming some of the project’s more intense material while being pregnant along with her desire to revisit the Hellboy universe.
In the film, “Following a tragic incident, the Hughes’ escape their busy upscale suburban life in order to spend some quality family time at their isolated country home. An evening with friendly neighbors is suddenly interrupted when one man’s obsession with perfection escalates into a violent struggle, forcing all to go beyond anything they ever thought they were capable of, in order to survive.”
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Following the tragic death of their young daughter, the Hughes family decide to escape to their upscale vacation home in the woods. But their attempt to get some quality time together is violently interrupted when a neighboring family with a hidden agenda drops by for dinner.
Would you pull your own front tooth out with a pair of pliers? Of course not. But what if your child was tied to a chair, with a razor held to their face? Well – OK! Yes! That’s the sort of psychological horror that home-invasion films bring to the table. But with so many titles brimming over the edge of this sub-genre’s cup of tea – from Aunt Rose to Funny Games to every other film where a family has been tied down to their family couch – its easy to believe that you’ve seen it all when it comes to the home-invasion plot.
That’s why I sought out the director to Replicas, Jeremy Power Regimbal – to get some insight as to what sets this film apart from the pack…
Replicas will make its World Premiere at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City on April 21st. READ MORE
Playing at the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival is Replicas, the Jeremy Regimbal-directed home invasion thriller that stars Josh Close, James D’Arcy, Selma Blair and Rachel Miner.
We’ve had a poster for quite some time now, but we’ve just now landed the first 3 official stills.
“Following the tragic death of their young daughter, the Hughes family decide to escape to their upscale vacation home in the woods. But their attempt to get some quality time together is violently interrupted when a neighboring family with a hidden agenda drops by for dinner.”
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Now for sale at EFM in Berlin is the latest home invasion slasher, Replicas, which sees music video director Jeremy Regimbal at the helm.
Josh Close (The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Diary of the Dead), James D’Arcy (An American Haunting), Selma Blair (Hellboy, The Fog) and Rachel Miner (Penny Dreadful, The Butterfly Effect 3, Tooth & Nail) star in the pic that “follows a couple that heads with their family to a vacation cottage to grieve after the death of their youngest child. Not long after, they are visited by the Sakowskis, a couple with an unhelpful agenda.” Close penned the screenplay.
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