First Full Trailer for 'Texas Killing Fields' Starring Sam Worthington
"You don't know how close to the edge you are." You've probably heard the name for this mentioned before, now it's time to watch the trailer. Anchor Bay Films has debuted the official trailer for Texas Killing Fields, a new serial killer suspense-thriller starring Sam Worthington and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, two detectives who track the serial killer responsible for dumping his bodies in the "Killing Fields" nearby. The cast also includes Chloe Moretz, Jessica Chastain, Stephen Graham and Jason Clarke. This looks intense and quite chaotic, I must say, I'm honestly quite interested in seeing this after watching the trailer.
Watch the official trailer for Ami Canaan Mann's Texas Killing Fields, via Bloody-Disgusting:
Follows a homicide detective in a small Texan town and his partner, a transplanted cop from NYC, as they track a serial killer dumping his victims' mutilated bodies in a nearby marsh locals call 'The Killing Fields.'
Texas Killing Fields is directed by first-time feature filmmaker Ami Canaan Mann, of only Morning in 2001 and a "Friday Night Lights" episode previously. The screenplay was written by Don Ferrarone, a Hollywood "technical advisor" and former federal agent also making his feature debut writing. This was filmed entirely in Louisiana early last year, and will hit the Venice Film Festival first before Anchor Bay Films releases it in very limited theaters on October 7th this fall. Haven't heard too much else about this. Anyone interested?
Reader Feedback - 13 Comments
I like his new look...
Cocobricoliko on Aug 18, 2011
Sam Worthington looks better in leather than I would have thought
silver on Aug 18, 2011
nooo, not finraand
sp on Aug 18, 2011
Anonymous on Aug 18, 2011
Loooks Goooood Great Cast
Crapola on Aug 18, 2011
Looks good. JD Morgan is always cool. Its weird watching kids grow up onscreen. Chloe Moretz, Dakota Fanning. Sorry Emmanuel Lewis, no disrespect.
grimjob on Aug 18, 2011
Could be the next seven type film.
Vershady on Aug 18, 2011
Looks good, love the cast. Hate the title, though. Oh well..
Traveler on Aug 18, 2011
Lol I love Worthington.... but he still really needs to work on his accent.
Chazzy on Aug 19, 2011
Film looks good. I don't like the title either. It doesn't have any mystery to it.
Anonymous on Aug 19, 2011
Is Worthington going to bother covering his native accent this time?
Anonymous on Aug 19, 2011
Type your comment here.I lived this SHIT and it pisses me off that someone is capitalizing on families STILL grieving. I hope it gets canned/shelved/whatever.
rlr on Aug 25, 2011
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