New Trailer for Nightmare Thriller 'Before I Wake' with Kate Bosworth

July 21, 2016
Source: YouTube

Before I Wake Trailer

"That little boys dreams come true… But his nightmares, they're deadly." Relativity Studios has released a brand new second trailer for the nightmare horror thriller Before I Wake, featuring Kate Bosworth, Jacob Tremblay (from Room), and Thomas Jane. Some may recall this film was originally supposed to be out last year, with an initial release date set for May of 2015, before the film got delayed indefinitely and rescheduled for this year due to Relativity's bankruptcy. We featured a trailer last year but this new trailer is designed to sell the more horrific side of it. There are some cool moments in this trailer, especially the shot with the glowing butterflies, and the creepy shots near the end, but I'm not sure if the film will be any good.

Here's the second trailer (+ poster) for Mike Flanagan's Before I Wake, direct from YouTube:

Before I Wake Poster

Before I Wake is directed by Mike Flanagan, who co-wrote the script with Jeff Howard, both of the psychological, supernatural horror Oculus. Jessie (Kate Bosworth) and Mark (Thomas Jane) decide to take in a sweet and loving 8-year-old boy, Cody. Unbeknownst to them, Cody is terrified of falling asleep. At first, they assume his previous unstable homes caused his aversion to sleep, but soon discover why: Cody’s dreams manifest in reality as he sleeps. In one moment they experience the incredible wonder of Cody’s imagination, and in the next, the horrific nature of his night terrors. The film was originally supposed to open in May of 2015, but was delayed due to the big bankruptcy of Relativity Media. Now they're planning to finally release Before I Wake in theaters starting September 9th, 2016 this fall. Anyone still interested?

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Nah. I think I will just see LIGHTS OUT again.

DAVIDPD on Jul 21, 2016


Cool premise. As a kid I use to think of what it would be like if anything you thought or daydreamed about actually happened in real life.

David Diaz on Jul 21, 2016


Yeah, it's a super cool idea, seemingly marred by cliched horror setups. Typical Hollywood: take a great idea and dumb it down into "safe horror territory".

RAW_D on Jul 21, 2016


Inkheart 2, the revenge. I like movies featuring kids. Let's hope it's better than the disappointing Midnight Special which has nothing special.

tarek on Jul 21, 2016


Haven't seen Midnight Special. What didn't you like about it?

RAW_D on Jul 21, 2016


Premise was great. 1st act intriguing. 2nd act so-so. Conclusion very disappointing. It's a movie that couldn't deliver what it promised.

tarek on Jul 21, 2016


That's really annoying when that happens. Is it worth a watch though? Or don't waste your time?

RAW_D on Jul 22, 2016


Well, if you like to watch a half baked X-files episode, it's for you. It's not bad, but it's not good either.

tarek on Jul 22, 2016


Fair enough. Thanks man!

RAW_D on Jul 22, 2016


mmmm, Kate Bosworth sure makes a yummy Mom.

Charles Knowlton on Jul 21, 2016


Yeah. like others, I can hardly pass something with Kate B. Although, I am not big fan of modern horrors ...

shiboleth on Jul 21, 2016

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