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The website Movie Insider notes a number of films set for either nationwide or limited release this week, both in theaters and on small screens.
The main nationwide release Friday is “Jacob’s Ladder,” which stars Michael Ealy, Jesse Williams and Nicole Beharie in the story of a soldier who loses his brother in combat, then returns home from Afghanistan to find his brother is alive and life is not what it seems to be. The film is rated R.
Set for limited release are:
“Arctic,” which stars Mads Mikkelsen and Maria Thelma Smáradóttir in the story of a man stranded in the Arctic after a plane crash. The man must decide whether to remain in the relative safety of his makeshift camp or venture out in hopes of survival. The film is rated PG-13.
“Velvet Buzzsaw,” described as a satirical thriller that stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo and Zawe Ashton and is set in the contemporary art world scene of Los Angeles – a scene in which big-money artists and mega-collectors pay a high price when art collides with commerce. The film is available on Netflix and is not rated.
“Who Will Write Our Story,” a documentary that stars Joan Allen, Adrien Brody and Charlote Hofheimer and centers on the clandestine efforts of Polish Jews to document what happened inside the Warsaw Ghetto after the Nazis sealed 450,000 Jews inside an area of 1.3 square miles. The film is not rated and is scheduled for release Friday in Los Angeles.
“Piercing,” a thriller that stars Christopher Abbott, Mia Wasikowska and Laia Costa in a tale in which Abbott’s character, Reed, about to embark on a business trip, kisses his wife and infant son goodbye but instead of clothes, fills his suitcase with a toothbrush and a murder kit. The film is rated R.
“Braid,” A horror-thriller that stars Madeline Brewer, Imogen Waterhouse and Sarah Hay. The story centers on two women who decide to rob their wealthy – and mentally unstable – friend who lives in a fantasy world they all created as children. Their quest to do so takes troubling turns – to the point where the money may be the least of their concerns. The film is rated R.
“Then Came You,” a drama that chronicles the story of a spunky teen who is terminally ill. The teen befriends a teenage hypochondriac who is afraid of his own shadow. The two carry out her eccentric bucket list of things to do before she dies and in the process, her new friend learns to confront and overcome his fears. The film stars Asa Butterfield, Maisie Williams and Nina Dobrev and is not rated.
“The Least of These: The Graham Staines Story,” which follows the disintegration of the social fabric of life in rural India in the 1990s. The drama, based on a true story, follows a journalist as he moves with his pregnant wife to Orissa in hopes of finding a better life and a lucrative career. He takes on an undercover investigation into the actions of an Australian missionary’s activities. The film stars Sharman Joshi, Stephen Baldwin and Shari Rigby and is rated PG-13.LD Entertainment’s Jacob’s Ladder remake, one of 30 films we can’t wait to see this year, has been delayed. The distributor confirmed to Bloody Disgusting that the film is shifting off of its planned February 1st release, although a new date has yet to be set.
David M. Rosenthal directs the re-imagining, which stars Michael Ealy (Underworld: Awakening), Guy Burnet (“Ray Donovan”), Karla Souza (How to Get Away with Murder) and Nicole Beharie (“Sleepy Hollow”)
In the original film, “…a haunted Vietnam War veteran attempts to discover his past while suffering from a severe case of dissociation. To do so, he must decipher reality and life from his own dreams, delusion, and perception of death.“
Scripted by Jeff Buhler and Sarah Thorp, this version is a modern day paranoid action thriller about two brothers.
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Mickey Liddell, Pete Shilaimon and Jennifer Monroe at LD Entertainment will produce alongside Alison Rosenzweig and Michael Gaeta of Gaeta/Rosenzweig Films (Fright Night).One of the most trusted industry databases for horror fans is UpcomingHorrorMovies.com; it’s a site I visit on the reg for updates on what’s coming down the pike in the coming weeks and months, and I appreciate their constant updates on films currently in production. As I looked down the horizon a stretch, I noticed that the long-rumored remake for Jacob’s Ladder is listed with a release date of February 1st.
IMDB also lists the release date for Jacob’s Ladder as February 1st.
Since we’ve seen nothing in terms of promotional materials (not even a poster), this seemed odd—especially for such a lauded property like Jacob’s Ladder. We made inquires at LD Entertainment and can now break some bad news: The Jacob’s Ladder remake will not be released on February 1st and, according to Adrian Castro, there is no set timetable for the film’s release.
After returning home from the Vietnam War, veteran Jacob Singer struggles to maintain his sanity. Plagued by hallucinations and flashbacks, Singer rapidly falls apart as the world and people around him morph and twist into disturbing images. A remake of the 1990 thriller starring Tim Robbins.
David M. Rosenthal directed from a script co-scribed by Jeff Buhler and Sarah Thorpe and stars Jesse Williams, Joseph Sikora, and Karla Souza. This project was originally described as a contemporary homage to the original Jacob’s Ladder that introduces new situations and characters, “though it will pose similar existential questions regarding life, death, reality, and perception.” Karla Souza plays “Annie/Angel, a trauma nurse who works with Jacob’s medical crew in Afghanistan.” Guy Burnet plays “Hoffman, a pharmacist at the Veteran’s Administration described as “smart, but chaotic” who supplies Jacob with prescriptions.” While Williams is listed as the film’s lead, his character is not named on IMDB, so we don’t even know if he’s Jacob.
There you have it horror fans. We’ll bring you updates on the Jacob’s Ladder remake as details emerge. Stay tuned!
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