I've been reading about Lionsgate Films' new bug movie coming out. The film will star Ashley Judd and Harry Connick Jr.
Check out these great movie posters and see if it doesn't get you ready to go and watch the movie too:
This one gives me a feeling that reminds me of how I used to feel when I would see posters for Silence of the Lambs back when it came out. It is eerie, creepy, and sort of gives you chills to look at. I think this film will have a lot of that same feel. The trailer calls it "disturbing," and that is just how it strikes me too.
That poster is just gross, isn't it? It is exactly the sort of thing that will attract all horror flick fans to go in and sit down and get themselves scared half to death. It looks to me like Bugs is going to be the horror film of the summer. Any fan of scary movies won't want to give this one a miss.
I think the duo of Judd and Connick will be a fun one to watch. Wasn't it Copycat, back in 1995, where Harry Connick Jr. played the bad guy? I think that is the one I am thinking of -- anyway, he makes a good bad guy, and I think he is going to feel right at home in this horror movie. I don't think he is the thing we're supposed to fear in the film, from the preview, but I do think he's going to fit in well to add to the eerie atmosphere.
As for Judd, I think she's going to be a nice match for Connick. I liked her in Double Jeopardy, which I think was her best role to date. Bugs looks to me like it might top that one. I think this one is set to be a big hit this summer.
If you aren't into being scared half to death by a movie, then I'd advise you to stay home from this one. If, on the other hand, fear is a form of thrill for you, then it looks like you'll have a fun summer ahead.
What do you think? Are you up for it?
You can view a preview of the film at You Tube. I think once you do, it will whet your appetite for more!
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