Watch: Michelle Monaghan in 'Penthouse North' International Trailer
"It's him!" "I know…" File this one under didn't-know-it-existed. An international trailer for a film called Penthouse North, a New York-set thriller directed by Joseph Ruben (The Forgotten) about a "sadistic criminal" who takes over the penthouse of a supposedly blind photojournalist. Michelle Monaghan stars as Sara, suddenly invaded by some killer who is the henchman of a weirdo played by Michael Keaton, who just seems to be looking for her diamonds. Wait, diamonds? I'm not sure what to make of this, but it could end up being twisted and thrilling. This trailer goes from charming to bloody scary very quick, so watch out.
Here's the only other good synopsis I could find on this via IMDb: A reclusive photojournalist lives quietly in a New York penthouse, until a smooth but sadistic criminal looking for a hidden fortune enters her life.
Penthouse North is directed by horror veteran filmmaker Joseph Ruben, of the films The Forgotten, Return to Paradise, Money Train, Sleeping with the Enemy, True Believer, Joy Ride and Dreamscape previously. The screenplay was written by David Loughery, of Nurse 3-D, Lakeview Terrace, Tom and Huck, Money Train, The Three Musketeers and Star Trek V: The Final Frontier. This doesn't have a US release date yet.
Reader Feedback - 13 Comments
What a shitty trailer...
Nash on Mar 13, 2013
I agree that the trailer is awful. It's a shame too because it's an original premise with a decent cast.
Matt Peloquin on Mar 13, 2013
Wow... That music.
Gabriel O. Maldonado on Mar 13, 2013
Original premise, really? Google "Wait Until Dark".
bart on Mar 13, 2013
Original premise, really? Google " Wait Until Dark"
bart on Mar 13, 2013
bunch of guys can't take down a blind woman, hollywood
truong18 on Mar 13, 2013
So how'd everyone enjoy the movie that we just watched???
Nicholas Robinson on Mar 13, 2013
She is not really blind.
Tyler Bannock on Mar 13, 2013
I can't wait to see this... on cable or mi local channel 5 years from now
TOONFED on Mar 13, 2013
looks good. that trailer music is god-awful
Joshua Addisson Roach on Mar 13, 2013
I had another set of expectations looking at the title.
Dhiram on Mar 14, 2013
I was gonna say has Wait UNtil Dark written all over it
Movielover33 on Mar 14, 2013
I love the smell of greenscreen in the morning. Michael Keaton, ha ha.
Carpola on Mar 16, 2013
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