With his latest directorial venture Alexandre Aja on, bekannt für „High Tension“, „The Hills Have Eyes“ and „Piranha 3D“, einen Gang zurück und tauscht blutigen horror against Mystery- and Sci / fi elements. Überzeugen dürfen wir uns davon jetzt im ersten TRAILER, der alle genannten Elemente mit einem gehörigen Thriller-Einschlag vereint. The theatrical release in the US&A is at the 2. September und lässt Jamie Dornan (Fifty Shades of Grey) in die titelgebende Rolle des Louis Drax schlüpfen, the for the ninth time something has happened to, what others would have guaranteed killed. But why he slithers from one disaster to another? And why in heaven's name he falls like a cat always bounce back? Or he may have died long ago? Other roles in the project clothe Sarah Gadon, Aaron Paul, Barbara Hershey and Oliver Platt.
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