Watch: First Trailer for Jaume Balaguero's New Thriller 'Sleep Tight'
"He knows everything about you…" Twitch has debuted a trailer for a Spanish film called Sleep Tight, a new horror/thriller from Jaume Balaguero, one of the two co-directors of both [Rec] 1 & 2. The film is somewhat of a creepy thriller about a guy named César, played by Luis Tosar, who watches over tenants at an apartment and eerily knows way too much about them and keeps way too close of a watch over them… you'll see what I mean. This just looks so dark and creepy, it's definitely got me hooked, but I'm just not sure what this guy is going to do next. Something has got to be up? Check out the trailer, with subtitles, below!
Watch the first teaser trailer for Jaume Balagueró's Sleep Tight:
We all know who our friends are, but what about our acquaintances? Those people who play a small part in our everyday lives, how well do we really know them? And how well do they know us? Stars Luis Tosar.
Sleep Tight is directed by Spanish horror filmmaker Jaume Balagueró, of numerous horror films including The Nameless, Darkness, Fragile and both [Rec] 1 & 2 previously. The screenplay was written by Alberto Marini, an Italian writer and development executive/producer. This will be released later this year in Spain by Filmax, but it doesn't have a US distributor yet, so we'll have to wait for more updates. Your thoughts?
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
Anonymous on Apr 26, 2011
looks same as the resident(hillary swank,jeffrey morgan)....about a watchman stalking his resident in the bldg..
Rojagegeo on Apr 26, 2011
wow has got me intrigued!
A5J4DX on Apr 25, 2011
despite what kind of trailer this was, and it was truly creepy, this guy would freak me out nonetheless.
rocKKicker on Apr 26, 2011
Judasbarronx1 on Apr 26, 2011
Should have called it snooze-fest.
Sharkman on Apr 26, 2011
Is that Abe Vigoda? "Let Abe in! Let Abe in! Let Abe in!"
Meow on Apr 27, 2011
Balagueró can make anything creepy, believe me! This is gonna be good, I can tell 🙂
Bluegrasslass on Oct 3, 2011
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