There’s one thing about not with the ability to see one thing that makes it infinitely extra intriguing. For instance, if the Weinstein Co. and Dimension movies had simply launched Amityville: The Awakening on its initially scheduled launch date of April 15, 2016—or its second scheduled launch date of April 1, 2016, or its third date of January 6, 2017, or its fourth date of June 30, 2017—the film may need gotten some unhealthy opinions, however then would have disappeared from the minds of all however essentially the most devoted Amityville followers earlier than you can say “Bye Bye Man.”
However now Weinstein Co., presumably after discovering the thrice-delayed horror film on the backside of a drawer whereas tidying up its launch schedule, has pulled the film indefinitely, making us curious what the hell was so ungodly terrible about it that it couldn’t be launched. The movie was directed by Franck Khalfoun, who made 2007’s P2 and the 2012 Maniac remake, neither of which had been nice, however not unconscionably terrible, both. Bella Thorne and Jennifer Jason Leigh, each of whom are fairly all proper, star.
A global launch continues to be on the desk, according to Bloody-Disgusting, so even when the movie doesn’t come out within the U.S., we’ll be capable of fulfill our curiosity by way of the magic of the web earlier than too lengthy. Till then, the trailer—which once more, doesn’t look nice, however mediocre (and even, dare we are saying it, unhealthy) horror films come out on a regular basis—is beneath.
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