Terror Hides in ‘Cave’ of ‘Apollo 18′ Clip

Tweet Dimension Films has gone hog wild this week pounding the Web with clips from their Blair Witch Project in space, Apollo 18, which opens in theaters September 2 from director Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego. ” A third clip – entitled “Cave” – has been released that appears to be a big jump scare from the flick. It reminds me of a strong moment from Saw. Article source: http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/26064
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High Energy ‘Apollo 18′ TV Spot Takes from Trailer

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Tweet Dimension Films continues to release space-sized goodies with the following TV Spot for Apollo 18, the Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego-directed sci-fi horror film that takes real-life conspiracy theories and blends them into a (hopefully) horrifying first person scarefest. It’s pretty good timing now that NASA just announced their findings of liquid water on Mars. Fun stuff. Article source: http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/25723
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Apollo 18 Lands on Another Release Date

Tweet ShockTillYouDrop.com reports that The Weinstein Company has pushed back the release date for Apollo 18 from March 4 to April 22, just a week after the studio’s own Scream 4 is released in theaters. Directed by Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego, the “found footage” sci-fi thriller was written by Brian Miller. The film unearths lost footage from Apollo 18′s undocumented and covert mission...
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Fresh Blacked-Out Doc from ‘Apollo 18′

Tweet Oh yummy, a new viral website to dig through! I love when a studio takes the time to make a movie release more immersive for the potential theatergoer. Dimension Films has updated their official website for Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego’s found footage sci-fi horror flick Apollo 18, which features a fresh blacked out document that you’ll find inside (or use the password “apollosoyuz”...
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Apollo 18 Teaser Poster Released

Tweet The Weinstein Company has released a teaser poster for their upcoming Apollo 18. The sci-fi horror film is slated for release in March of 2011 and was just announced for filming under director Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego (replacing the previously-announced Trevor Cawood). The movie, which will shoot in a “found footage” documentary style, will pretend to unearth lost footage from Apollo...
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Dark Moon Dropped and Picked Back Up

Tweet Just hours after news broke that Roland Emmerich’s The Zone had been cancelled, presumably because of similar project Apollo 18, Heat Vision says that the latter film has claimed another victim, although this time around there’s a better outcome. The Weinstein Company announced this weekend that Apollo 18 would be produced by Timur Bekmambetov and would be released in March. Set to...
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