Watch: One Final Red Band for del Toro's 'Don't Be Afraid of the Dark'
Turn off the lights. FilmDistrict unveiled a last minute red band trailer via Twitch for Troy Nixey's Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, the Guillermo del Toro-produced haunted house flick that hits theaters tomorrow. Katie Holmes and Guy Pearce star, along with Bailee Madison as the young girl, who is terrorized by teeth-hungry little creatures, like the one seen above, that crawl out of a chamber in the basement. I've seen the movie and it's definitely a good choice if you're looking for some horror this weekend, but if you're not hooked yet, maybe this trailer could convince you a little spook might be fun. Yea, those lil' guys are freaky!
Watch the final red band trailer for Troy Nixey's Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, via Twitch:
Here's the quick synopsis: A young girl (Bailee Madison) sent to live with her father (Guy Pearce) and his girlfriend (Katie Holmes) discovers creatures in her new home who want to claim her as one of their own.
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark was directed by up-and-coming filmmaker and comic book artist Troy Nixey, of only the Latchkey's Lament short previously. The script was co-written by Matthew Robbins (Dragonslayer, Mimic, The Concert) and Guillermo del Toro (Hellboy, Pan's Labyrinth The Hobbit). This is a remake of the 1973 TV movie Don't Be Afraid of the Dark directed by John Newland starring Kim Darby. FilmDistrict, who took over for Miramax, is finally releasing Don't Be Afraid of the Dark on August 26th this weekend.
Reader Feedback - 25 Comments
Honestly, that just showed too much and made me not want to see it anymore.
Nate Carroll on Aug 25, 2011
dont be so negative! go in with hope
Said Samayoa on Aug 25, 2011
I had hope, it went away.
Nate Carroll on Aug 26, 2011
Or the movie could have much more than that and made me want to see it even more.
Cristi Florin on Aug 26, 2011
I kinda got shook up there for a moment. That is how I like my horrors. Classic!
Michael Lee on Aug 26, 2011
this looks like it could be as good as the original. i was 11 when it came out and it scared the crap out of me. i'm really liking the atmosphere the trailer is showing in the remake. i figure we'll see this opening night.
Anonymous on Aug 26, 2011
We want the childs teeth! Awesome.
Dom on Aug 26, 2011
Looks damn good. Those little guys remind of the demons from The Gate.
grimjob on Aug 26, 2011
You are a true horror fan sir. I salute you
Cbfawley on Aug 26, 2011
Oh no, you guys just gave hollywood another idea to remake a classic!!!lol!
jah p on Aug 26, 2011
Ericolovic on Aug 29, 2011
I want to see this! It's a MUST!!!
Judasbarronx1 on Aug 26, 2011
John on Aug 26, 2011
Terrible. Looks like a bad cable movie.
POVwriter on Aug 26, 2011
that's what she said
Danimal on Aug 26, 2011
@Danimal Shut up...
Tyler Danger on Aug 28, 2011
I want ur teeth?? LOL. PLSSSSSSSSSSSSS AHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAAAAGAGGAAGAGAGSG
Daniel Vu Tran on Aug 26, 2011
The first trailer I was terrified but this one is a big MEH!!! - -" Tooth fairy again but without wings and Hellboy.
TTumMM on Aug 26, 2011
Saw it yesterday, at the Fantasy Filmfest here in Nürnberg, Germany. It was the Opener for the Festival and a pretty enjoyable watch. What i really liked was the Atmosphere, which is constantly chilling. Well made movie, even if it doesn´t reinvent the horror genre. Definitely worth watching.
Bernd Kopf on Aug 26, 2011
THE GATE needs to b redone!
Marqwest on Aug 26, 2011
Ericolovic on Aug 29, 2011
Why would you put a picture that spoils what the creatures look like on the title page? Who does that?
Davide Coppola on Aug 26, 2011
Richie G on Aug 26, 2011
This looks like a big pile of....u know, that thingie on the street made by an undescent dog... :/
pipo on Aug 26, 2011
So glad i didn't watch this trailer before seeing the movie, might not have enjoyed it as much
Armeetapus16 on Aug 27, 2011
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