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The Resident starring Hilary Swank (Insomnia) and Jeffery Dean Morgan (Jonah Hex) will not be hitting theatres as expected, within Canada or the Us. Instead, this film, from Hammer Film Productions, will go to DVD and Blu-Ray March 29th,. United Kingdom horror fans can expect to see the film March 11th. Image Entertainment will distribute.
This is a major blow to Hammer Films, which created this film. Hammer Films has only produced three films in the last ten years and the $20 million price tag on this piece will be hard to recover from sales on home entertainment alone. The film's trailer is below and the latest film poster is listed left.
The synopsis for The Resident here:
"The story tells of Juliet Dermer (Hilary Swank), a doctor who moves into the attic of an apartment block and begins to suspect that someone is watching her, only to discover that her landlord, »
- 28DaysLaterAnalysis@gmail.com (Michael Allen)
Hammer Films is one of the oldest production companies in the business. Hammer is based in London and while this organization has not produced films since the 1980's things are about to change with The Resident. Starring Hilary Swank (The Black Dahlia), Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Jonah Hex), and Christopher Lee (Triage), The Resident is currently in post-production. Filming for The Resident began in May of 2009 and was completed in July of the same year, with shooting taking place in New York and New Mexico (Uhm). Now, that principal photography has been completed, by Hammer Films, a new trailer is available for fans.
In this clip Swank's character Dr. Juliet Dermer moves in to a new apartment. Here, Dermer is under constant surveillance via hidden cameras and microphones. Events come to a head as Dermer confronts the man responsible for invading her privacy. Have a look at the trailer and several photos from the production below. »
- 28DaysLaterAnalysis@gmail.com (Michael Ross Allen)
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