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New Official Trailer for Tobe Hooper’s Djinn

Chris Savage 3 Comments Movie Page: Djinn (2013)

Well this is a blast from the past! It has been years since we last heard anything on this one, and in all seriousness, I presumed this one was dead and buried and it would never see the light of day. But, there appears to be some life in Tobe Hooper’s long awaited flick Djinn, as a new official trailer has surfaced and we have that sucker below.

Sadly we still have no news regarding a release, but the film is set to receive its world premiere at the Abu Dhabi film festival this month. So, I’d keep those eyes peeled for some distribution news on this sucker shortly, well hopefully.

The film stars Khalid Laith, Razane Jammal, Aiysha Hart, Carole Abboud, Paul Luebke, and May El Calamawy,

SynopsisDesperate to put the traumatic loss of their young child behind them, newlywed couple Khalid and Salama flee New York, back to their home in the UAE.

Unbeknown to the couple, their new home in luxury apartment block, Al Hamra, was built on the site of an old abandoned fishing village of the same name. Legend has it that the village was abandoned after manevolant beings haunted its inhabitants.

Unsettled by her new surroundings and the eerie hallways of Al Hamra, Khalid worries his wife is failing to battle her personal demons — but could it be something far more sinister?

So what do you guys make of this one so far?

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      1. John Orman October 4, 2013 at 4:06 am

        this looks terrible.

      2. Donald Occhipinti October 4, 2013 at 11:29 am

        Looks awesome…very atmospheric and gothic looking. I definitely want to see this!!!

      3. Michael October 9, 2013 at 12:53 am

        I hope the movie has better pacing than the trailer. Nothing happens for the first 2/3rds, and then there are some generic horror visuals.