Keep Watching trailer and poster for the horror thriller
Sony Pictures, Screen Gems and Voltage Pictures have released the new trailer and poster for the horror thriller Keep Watching, which will debut in theaters for one night only this Halloween, October 31 at 10pm! Check out the Keep Watching trailer below, along with the poster in the gallery!
A family imprisoned by intruders is forced to play a terrifying game. As the night unfolds, the game’s mysterious rules become clear, and the family realizes their nightmare is being streamed live to riveted viewers all over the world, who are compelled to KEEP WATCHING…not knowing if what they’re seeing is real, or staged.
The film stars Bella Thorne (The DUFF), Natalie Martinez (End of Watch), Chandler Riggs (The Walking Dead), Leigh Whannell (Insidious) and Ioan Gruffudd (Fantastic Four).
Directed by Sean Carter from a screenplay by Joseph Dembner, Keep Watching is produced by Alex Heineman, Andrew Rona, Nicolas Chartier and Craig J. Flores.
What do you think of the Keep Watching trailer? Let us know in the comments below!
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“They want us to fight back!” Voltage Pictures has released an official trailer for a horror film called Keep Watching, a creepy voyeur thriller about a family imprisoned by intruders. The concept of this one is a bit uncomfortable, but that’s what makes it horror, right? A bunch of cameras are rigged up in a house where a family is tormented, while live viewers can watch as they’re killed off. But they don’t know if what they’re watching is real or staged, they’re just told to “keep watching”. (Cue eye roll now.) The cast includes Bella Thorne, Natalie Martinez, Christopher Baker, Ioan Gruffudd, and Chandler Riggs. This looks a bit too bland and uninteresting, despite the freaky concept. And I’m guessing no studio wants to deal with the backlash of releasing a movie about watching people die, but it is finished and just waiting for a release. ›››
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A couple months ago, we let you in on Moët Moment Film Festival’s 60-second film contest on the theme of “This is Your Moment.” Now, even if you didn’t enter a film, you still have a chance to win. Anyone over 21 who votes for a top ten film during the online voting period will be entered to win a trip for two with Moët to the 2018 Golden Globes. Even better? As the films are only 60 seconds, you can watch all of them in only ten minutes, and you can cast a new vote (which gets you a new entry) every single day until voting ends on April 12.
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