Utilizing the classic horror tenet of the dark being the place where fear and horror reigns, New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures is looking to do some damage on the horror scene come July 22nd with the nationwide release of it's new horror film "Lights Out," directed by David F. Sandberg and produced by James Wan ("The Conjuring").
Based on a family saga of a frightening entity that thrives in the dark and is unnaturally attached to family matriarch Sophie, played by the Maria Bello, it would seem that life really depends on these people always paying the electric bill on time... but of course it never ever works out easy peasy like that in fiction or real life, right?
"Lights Out" is a motion picture release from New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. Pictures starring Teresa Palmer, Gabriel Bateman, Alexander DiPersia, Billy Burke and Maria Bello. It is scheduled for nationwide theater release on July 22nd. See the new trailer here: