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Eliza Dushku's latest thriller 'Locked In' has been away from our computer screens for quite a while. In fact things had gone very quiet. That is until now as the new alternate trailer has arrived. You can check it out below. 'Locked In', penned by Ronnie Christensen, moves through the lives of two fragile yet determined people and maps a private geography of love, loss and ultimate redemption. Eliza (below) joins Ben Barnes, Sarah Roemer, Johnny Whitworth, Clarke Peters, Peter Jason, Abby and Helen Steinman and Brenda Fricker. 'Josh leaves his advertising career at its peak, everyone wants either to be him or to have him. Then he walks away from it all, the money, recognition and the life. A car accident will leave his daughter in a strange coma and when everyone has given up she starts communicating with him, or is he going mad? »
According to the horror news site Dread Central, Eliza Dushku's latest called Locked In was once known as Valediction. Valediction is saying farewell and this latest trailer for the film attempts to explain Locked-in syndrome, which is a complete paralysis of the body except for the eyes. Some very complicated terms are given a little enlightenment in this high quality trailer for Locked In, where Dushku's character plays a vindictive ex-girlfriend. Watch the clip for yourself provided by Bloody-Disgusting.
The synopsis for Locked In here:
"The story moves through the lives of two fragile yet determined people and maps a private geography of love, loss and ultimate redemption. Josh leaves his advertising career at its peak, everyone wants either to be him or to have him. Then he walks away from it all, the money, recognition and the life. A car accident will leave his daughter in a strange »
- 28DaysLaterAnalysis@gmail.com (Michael Ross Allen)
One night with Eliza Dushku can solve all of your problems, physically and spiritually. That's the lesson Narnia star Ben Barnes learns in the trailer for Suri Krishnamma's Locked In, a thriller about... well, I'm not exactly sure what it's about. And like me, Meredith at io9 is positing that the answers lie in Ms. Dushku's naughty bits: "We're still not sure what Lester from The Wire is doing in it, but he seems to be some sort of spiritual guide that ferries spirits through Eliza's downstairs parts?" »
- Neil Miller
Once upon a time Eliza Dushku was in a little indie flick called Valediction. Fast forward a while, and it came to pass that Valediction had gotten itself a new name, Locked In. Spring ahead to today, and a new trailer has found its way online that's bound to get your ghost!
"The story moves through the lives of two fragile yet determined people and maps a private geography of love, loss, and ultimate redemption. Josh (Barnes) leaves his advertising career at its peak; everyone wants either to be him or to have him. He walks away from it all - the money, recognition, and the life. A car accident will leave his daughter in a strange coma, and when everyone has given up, »
- Uncle Creepy
Poor Eliza Dushku has had it rough the past few years. On top of seeing two TV shows come crashing down, she hasn.t had a big movie in quite a while. In fact, minus Bring It On, she hasn.t really done anything noteworthy on the big screen. As a horror junky I quite enjoy Wrong Turn and for some odd reason, every time The New Guy is on TV, which is ridiculously often, I can.t turn it off. But both are far from good films and certainly won.t help give her career a boost and sadly, it doesn.t look like her latest film, Locked In will either. The trailer is all over the place. Is it about a romance shared between Dushku and co-star Ben Barnes? No, he.s married to Sarah Roemer and they get into a car crash leaving their daughter with locked-in »
5 items from 2010
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