Laranas' The Road trailer
A new trailer has appeared for Yam Laranas' The Road, the latest horror film from the writer and director of the scary and very effective film Sigaw (Filmstalker review) which he later remade for Hollywood.
The latest trailer looks creepy and promises some scares that aren't just about the usual quick cuts and loud music to shock you into a scare, but genuine creeping psychological scares that came through in his film Sigaw.
Before I get into the trailer I must take this opportunity to publicly apologise for not having watched The Road yet, something I shall remedy this week, after all it's not through lack of desire to see it, I'm really keen to see where Yam Laranas goes with his talent behind the camera and the keyboard.
Here's the blurb for The Road:
The Road tells the story of a twelve-year-old cold case that is reopened when three teenagers vanish while traversing an infamous and abandoned road. As investigators try to find leads to the whereabouts of the missing teens, they also unearth the road's gruesome past that spans two decades - a history of abduction, crimes and murders.
The great news is that you can see this trailer over at Apple Trailers in high definition, the previous trailer is still available, but this one is leaner and somewhat slicker.
I'm intrigued by the blurb which seems to be pointing us towards the idea of the cold case investigation while the trailer would suggest we're seeing a lot of the actual events that are being investigated.
I'm definitely going to watch The Road, are you?