Things get nasty with this new ‘Hidden in the Woods’ teaser trailer





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There may not be a lot of difference here from the AFM sales trailer released last year, but this is the first piece of news to report on the Hidden in the Woods remake for quite some time. Hopefully this means a release date announcement is on its way.

The film is an English language remake of director Patricio Valladares controversial Chilean horror of the same name, and Valladares directs the remake. Blanc Biehn productions are behind the remake, and you can check out the rather nasty new teaser trailer below, if you have the stomach for it!

Michael Biehn stars alongside William Forsythe (The Rock, The Devil’s Rejects), MMA fighter Krzysztof Soszynski, Chris Browning (Sons of Anarchy, The Book of Eli), Ricco Ross (Aliens), Jeannine Kaspar (House of Lies, Nip/Tuck), Andy Mackenzie (Sushi Girl, True Blood), Electra Avellan (Grindhouse, Machete Kills), Mark Burnham (Wrong, Wrong Cops), Jennifer Blanc (The Victim, Wrong Cops), Richard Gunn (Granite Flats, Dark Angel), Caitlin Keats (Broken English, Kill Bill Volume 2, Treachery), Mark Gantt (The Night Visitor, Among Friends), Evie Louise Thompson (The Call, Heebie Jeebies), Nick Bateman (Hobo With a Shotgun), Cody Hackman (Tapped), Grace Powell (Jacob), Larry Carroll (Dark Horse, Jacob), Cheryl Hawker (My Name Is Earl), and Greg Ingram (Machete).

The remake is due for release in 2014.

Synopsis:

Hidden in the Woods tells the story of two sisters who have been raised in isolation, subjected to the torment of their abusive, drug dealing father. When they finally decide to report him to the police, he kills the two officers and is put in jail. But things go from bad to worse when the girls must answer to their Uncle Costello, a psychotic drug kingpin, who shows up looking for his missing merchandise which is hidden in the woods.

 

 

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About Matt Wavish 9999 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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