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Watch: First Trailer for Oren Peli's 'Chernobyl Diaries' Creepy Horror

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March 16, 2012
Source: Apple

Chernobyl Diaries Trailer

"Now following us - they're hunting us!" Warner Bros has unveiled a full trailer for their upcoming horror Chernobyl Diaries, produced and written by Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity). While at first I thought this was supposed to be found footage, it may just be conventional style, or perhaps maybe even a mix. Plus it looks like The Hills Have Eyes at Chernobyl. The cast seems to include some recognizable faces, but I'm not sure. One is Devin Kelley of "Chicago Code", plus Jesse McCartney and Jonathan Sadowski. I'm glad they're not totally selling this as "it was real!" but it still does look intriguing, especially for horror fans.

Watch the first trailer for Bradley Parker's Chernobyl Diaries, in high def from Apple:

Follows a group of friends who, while vacationing in Europe, find themselves stranded in the abandoned Ukrainian city only to discover that they are not alone. For more updates, visit ChernobylDiaries.com.

Chernobyl Diaries is directed by industry veteran Brad Parker, a former visual effects supervisor and second unit director making his feature directorial debut. The screenplay was co-written by Carey Van Dyke, Shane Van Dyke and Oren Peli (Paranormal Activity 1-3, "The River"), who also produced the film. Warner Bros quickly and quietly scheduled Chernobyl Diaries for release on May 25th this summer, for those curious.

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Reader Feedback - 29 Comments

1

One of those guys was in Texas Chainsaw Massacre and the other guy is Jesse McCartney.

cpj on Mar 16, 2012

2

The blond girl is Olivia Taylor Dudley from 5 second films. 

RyanqV on Mar 16, 2012

3

Holy shit you're right!

Armeetapus16 on Mar 16, 2012

4

Oh my god, this is so stupid.  Not even so much the story but just that the producers and writers assume the audience to be so dumb to believe they could just go in there and stuff. But then again, their target demographic hasn't probably ever heard of it, if they have to explain the whole shit in the beginning.

reeft on Mar 16, 2012

5

if stupid stuff didn't happen  - 95% of horror films couldn't get made.

beevis on Mar 16, 2012

6

Very true, Beevis....very true.

Scopedog on Mar 16, 2012

7

 What do you mean? http://digitaljournal.com/article/304831

Dan Hibiki on Mar 16, 2012

8

I didn't know about that. I just saw many, many documentaries and they always went in there with masks and stuff. You know you can still easily get contaminated by inhaling particles. Especially when you're in there for a longer time and stuff as it seems to be the case in the movie.

reeft on Mar 16, 2012

9

 You must be thinking of the Sarcophagus, which is closed off (the rest of the reactor is not). Even there the protection worn is not much more then paint masks. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPyrqRczmQ4 If you're there briefly you don't get close to the yearly exposure  limit for radiation workers. More like a CT scan. Depends on where you stand of course. If you've got a guide you can avoid most spots of radiation.

Dan Hibiki on Mar 20, 2012

10

I've heard there are some tourism agentcys that will take you there with out wearing any of the protective stuff.But of course it is at your own risk and they notify you of all the possible harms..

Reneebarboza1 on Mar 21, 2012

11

"...the producers and writers assume the audience to be so dumb to believe they could just go in there and stuff." Or...they expect the audience to go into the film and suspend their disbelief....which is pretty much what you need to do when you watch a movie. Just sayin'.

Scopedog on Mar 16, 2012

12

Ah, for the love of fuck reeft, it's just a movie; not meant to be anything more than a good summer time popcorn flcik.    I suppose you think that Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter is going to be a historical account of Lincoln's life! to believe. Lighten up man; it's a fun world out there in the cinemas!

Hattori Hanzo on Mar 16, 2012

13

Needs more Russians.

Kaim on Mar 16, 2012

14

Call me sensitive, but wasn't the Chernobyl incident horrific enough on it's own?

norm on Mar 16, 2012

15

 Okay, 'sensitive,' it was but you don't hafta watch it. Just sayin, norm.

Adrian on Mar 17, 2012

16

In Soviet Russian, geiger counts you  😀 cant wait for this!

Sovietgeiger on Mar 16, 2012

17

Doesn't look half bad...good that it's not entirely found footage but has kind of a 'Grave Encounters' isolation feel to it. For a first trailer, it could be a lot worse though.

RidgeRacer4 on Mar 16, 2012

18

Looks decent.  But I wonder if the producers of Destination Truth are getting a cut of this.  The scene where the girl catches the picture of a ghost in the window was lifted DIRECTLY from the DT episode where they stayed overnight in Chernobyl.

Barry on Mar 16, 2012

19

looks like it's worth a watch.......looks like it has some pretty good atmosphere.

beevis on Mar 16, 2012

20

In Soviet Russia, ghosts hunt you! teheheh

Artmanjks on Mar 16, 2012

21

Looks pretty freaking great. Will see for sure. I'm into the past stuff this guy has done and Jessey McCartney will be good to see on the big screen

Electronichorses on Mar 16, 2012

22

oh ya it will be great seeing him on the huge screen!!!! im so excited!!!

Ashdizzle91 on May 17, 2012

23

So... Six American douchebags wander into fucking Chernobyl and are stalked by this  'thing?' Fuck yes, count me in!

Jezebel on Mar 16, 2012

24

F for F-in dumb.  Where are the zombies.

Yousuck on Mar 16, 2012

25

Some people are still living there, I saw a good documentary where they met some old dude with a home made axe that was hunting wild pigs. Maybe it's him who's after the kids. People have been going there for a while though, I've saw loads of photos online, it's actually an untapped film set, I bet it would be cheap to make a movie there.

Crapola on Mar 16, 2012

26

"the hills have eyes" much better

lol on Mar 30, 2012

27

theres a mistake in the written portion. its "NOT* following us", not "now following us"

hi on Mar 31, 2012

28

What a crap!( Chornobyl is not so scare nowadays, radiation nearly normal, and some people still live there. They arrange excursions and even illegally, you can easily get there. It is just a town of goests, not more! you can watch some images here http://pripyat.com/en/gallery It would be better to shoot at least part of the movie in Ukraine, it would be more realistic!!! 

Dashadiez on Apr 13, 2012

29

Hostel + The Hills Have Eyes + (a dash of) Quarantine/Rec...

jiffy pop on Apr 19, 2012

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