Watch: First Trailer for Fede Alvarez's New Horror Film 'Don't Breathe'

May 13, 2016
Source: YouTube

Don't Breathe Trailer

This looks freaky. Sony has debuted a trailer for the horror Don't Breathe, the latest from Uruguayan filmmaker Fede Alvarez, who directed the recent Evil Dead remake. Three teens decide to break into a blind man's home and steal his money, but end up discovering he's a deranged madman who doesn't need his sight to gruesomely take them out. The cast features Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette, Daniel Zovatto and Stephen Lang as the badass blind dude who isn't going to let some kids screw him. If I end up seeing this, I think I'm going to be rooting for Stephen Lang over the three kids. Maybe that's the point? Take a look.

Here's the first official trailer for Fede Alvarez's Don't Breathe, direct from Sony's YouTube:

And here's an international trailer for Don't Breathe with slight differences, also from YouTube:

Don't Breathe

A trio of reckless thieves breaks into the house of a wealthy blind man, thinking they'll get away with the perfect heist. They're wrong. Don't Breathe is directed by up-and-coming Uruguayan filmmaker Fede Alvarez, who broke out with his robot short Panic Attack! and went on to direct the Evil Dead remake before this film. The screenplay is written by Fede Alvarez & Rodo Sayagues. The film first premiered at the SXSW Film Festival and earned quite a bit of buzz during the fest. Sony Pictures will release Fede Alvarez's Don't Breathe in theaters everywhere starting August 26th this summer. Visit the official site. Interested?

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  • watch hush...
    • Nash
      Indeed, some similarities with Hush. But back to Don't Breathe; nice premise. Nice build-up in tension. But, I can't care for the protagonists. They want to rob an old man, so basically they deserve to get some serious punishment. And is that Detroit again?
      • it's a great trailer Nash. A few days back i watched Hush, and it's one of the best home invasion movies ever made. But no attention from the mainstream media like with it follows. And that's a shame...
        • Nash
          Hi Ari, Based upon your experience I will watch Hush. If you say it's one of the best in its sub-genre, that probably means it's well worth my time;-)
          • if a home invasion movie still rocks my boat, it's a good one. Seen so much of them through time. And it has a imbd score of 7,is pretty high for such a movie... Have a great experience Nash!
          • shiboleth
            Just to tell you Ari, you got me interested in Hush, too. Yeah, and this one looks ok, too. To some extent ...
          • hee shiboleth 😉 If you like a home invasion with a great script, great acting, relentless violence and a original hook in it, you will have great time...
          • Nash
            Thanks Ari!
      • shiboleth
        I agree with you about the fate of protagonists, but I saw some scary stuff in the trailer that S. Lang's character does not make really innocent either. So, they all get what they deserve. Mostly, movie is telling what is to be desperate in a life without an opportunity ...
        • Nash
          Ha, because of the educated comments of you dudes I now need to see both movies!
          • shiboleth
            That will be some tough assignments for you, right?
          • Nash
            😉 Iike all of us, I love to watch movies. Finding time is the issue...
  • Jon Odishaw
    I have to say this looks awesome
  • Nice cinematography. Great premise. Definitely on my list.
  • KLD
    Stephen Lang is an awesome bad guy who is definitely not an old dude at 63. Jane Levy needs to get more work!!! She is so good at this stuff (and hot, too)
  • Big R
    I'll be there opening day, this looks awesome.
    Nice!! Dig Lang being a blind badass! I am going to be rooting for the Blind dude to wipe them out.
  • Terry Craig
    Whoa, looks like they inverted the concept of the Audrey Hepburn movie 'Wait Until Dark.' Very cool idea. And I agree on the quality of the cinematography. Reminded me a bit of David Fincher's style around the time he made 'Panic Room.'




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