Thomas Jane & Anne Heche in Mystery Thriller 'The Vanished' Trailer

July 20, 2020
Source: YouTube

The Vanished Trailer

"I'm not going anywhere - until my daughter is back here, with me, safely." Saban Films has unveiled an official trailer for the film The Vanished, a mysterious psychological thriller about a married couple whose daughter suddenly disappears without a trace. Not to be confused with the South Korean thriller also titled The Vanished, this film (formerly known as Hour of Lead) tells the story of a husband and wife that will stop at nothing to find her missing daughter, who vanished on a family camping trip. When the police don't catch any leads, the duo take over, leading to a shocking revelation. As is always the case. Starring Thomas Jane, Anne Heche, Jason Patric, Gregory Harrison, and Peter Facinelli. This looks as derivative as the plot sounds, nothing much of interest here. This trailer also shows quite a bit from the film - watch out.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Peter Facinelli's The Vanished, direct from YouTube:

The Vanished Poster

A family vacation takes a terrifying turn when parents Paul and Wendy discover their young daughter has vanished without a trace. Stopping at nothing to find her, the search for the truth leads to a shocking revelation in this psychological thriller. The Vanished, formerly known as Hour of Lead, is both written and directed by American actor-turned-filmmaker Peter Facinelli, his second feature after directing the film Breaking & Exiting previously. It's produced by Jeff Elliott, Brandon Menchen, and Sasha Yelaun. This first premiered at the Mammoth Film Festival earlier this year. Saban Films will release Facinelli's The Vanished direct-to-VOD and select theaters (or not) starting on August 21st this summer. Interested in watching it?

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The problem is: I like Thomas Jane. And I would like to see him making better choices. Better than this one. Which still doesn't mean I won't watch this. No matter how much some things look annoying in this ...

shiboleth on Jul 20, 2020


The problem, shibboleth, is that Thomas Jane hasn't been in a position within the industry to pick and choose for quite a long time now. He's in a place where he pretty much has to take what's offered to him just to pay the bills and the rent. Look at the other actors and see how they too are struggling to find work. Ms. Heche and Jason Patric. Like I've always said, it's a real tough business and very difficult to get a career and even tougher to hold on to one. I didn't even bother watching the trailer as it's pretty much obvious the kind of movie this will be with the cast they have assembled. I feel for them all and wish them well. I don't care much for Jane, but Heche is a pretty good actress and Patric is a good actor also. It's tough life, but it was and still their decision(s) to stick with it. Cheers.

thespiritbo on Jul 20, 2020


Yeah, I thought so too. I just didn't want to write about it. I can only imagine how hard the whole thing is. But then again, a lot of people struggle in this world and only some of them take the cream on the top of the cake. And that works not only for film industry. I guess that much is obvious. So, I said what I said about this film and I will stick to it, but I also very much appreciate your insight here, Bo. Cheers ...

shiboleth on Jul 21, 2020


The title made me think it was about their careers

Pugiron on Jul 20, 2020

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