WHO’S IN IT?
Teresa Palmer (The Choice), Gabriel Bateman (Annabelle), Alexander DiPersia (I Am Legend), Maria Bello (A History of Violence), Billy Burke (Twilight), Alicia Vela-Bailey (The Purge), Lotta Losten (film debut), Andi Osho (Swinging with the Finkels), Amiah Miller (film debut), Emily Alyn Lind (J. Edgar), Ava Cantrell (Exit 13)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
David F. Sandberg (film debut), director; Eric Heisserer (Final Destination 5), writer, producer; Lawrence Grey (Hope Springs) and James Wan (The Conjuring), producers; Benjamin Wallfisch (The Escapist), composer; Marc Spicer (Fast & Furious 7), cinematographer; Michel Aller (The Boy Next Door) and Kirk M. Morri (Insidious), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Rebecca (Palmer) returns to her childhood home when she learns that her younger brother Martin (Bateman) is experiencing the same terrifying events that made her question her own sanity, namely the appearance of a mysterious woman who is only visible when all the lights are turned off. Determined to uncover the phenomena once and for all for the sake of her and her brother’s safety, Rebecca soon comes face to face with the entity, which has a strange attachment to their mother, Sophie (Bello)…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Based on the popular horror short of the same name, with its director David F. Sandberg making his feature debut with this feature adaptation, Lights Out is a terrifying idea come to full fruition thanks to producer James Wan seeing its full potential on the big screen.