I remember first watching the trailer for the new Film Sinister a few months back and I joked about how it seemed similar in title and theme as 2011’s horror hit Insidious.
We got demons we got ghost children, we got moving to a house and the titles are nearly identical.
Now that I’ve finally watched Sinister I can safely say that they are indeed different films.
Sinister is directed by Scott Derrickson who’s no stranger to the genre having dipped his pen and sat in the director’s chair for a couple of horror films already.
(FUN FACT: Bela Lugosi wasn’t in the film but his likeness was used for the wax dummy they used for the body) The only survivor there is Von Helsing played again by Edward Von Sloan.Yeah, I love books and I really wanted to be an author.The UK’s Horror Channel has announced that it will be screening eleven premieres throughout November, including the UK TV premieres of Dead Snow 2: Red vs Dead, Antiviral, Final Girl, The Shrine and Beneath, along with network premieres for Cockneys vs Zombies, The Hills Have Eyes, Honeymoon, Blood Rage, House and Horror Express.Syd March (Caleb Landry Jones) works for the Lucas Clinic -- a company that reaps a tidy profit by infecting willing clients with viruses taken from their favorite celebrities.Earning a little extra cash on the side by using his own body to smuggle out popular microbes, Syd finds himself in mortal danger after he infects himself with a pathogen taken from Hannah Geist (Sarah Gadon) -- a gorgeous superstar who later dies as a result of her illness.