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Worth Watching - Nov 27: The Orphanage Trailer

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November 27, 2007
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Youth Without Youth Trailer

This movie looks pretty frickin' ridiculous. I've heard nothing but great things, or at least things like "it scared the sh*t out of me!" The Orphanage is a Spanish thriller produced by Guillermo del Toro (of Pan's Labyrinth) that's creeping its way over to America. The film has been playing at a number of film festivals, including at our local Denver Film Fest, and is still receiving great reviews. This trailer has some creepy moments but also explains the story quite well, and now I'm hooked. And it's not that terrible short teaser with the voice over countdown, if you've seen that one - this one is new. Watch the trailer for yourself and see what you think.

Watch the trailer for The Orphanage:

[flv:orphanage.flv 500 212]

You can also watch The Orphanage trailer in High Definition at Yahoo

The Orphanage is directed by Spanish-native Juan Antonio Bayona. The film arrives in limited theaters starting on December 28th. The poster is featured below.

The Orphanage Poster

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  • That trailer is fantastic... I can't wait. It was very creepy and the music was great.
  • Hilander
    Must admit ... that left me flat. Didn't catch my attention at all. It's a miss for me.
  • Heckle
    I saw it in Denver and it was frightening and made me jump a few times. Good story....Some nasty gore.
  • miracle disease
    ridiculously interesting...
  • Keith
    badass.
  • Phil
    It looks incredibly well shot and creepy. Thing is, if it's subtitled, I'll take a pass. I get worn out trying to read the screen and watch what's happening at the same time. It's too much work.

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