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Trailer for Sci-Fi Thriller 'Dark Skies' Starring Keri Russell

Aliens have moved in next door

Kerri Russell and Josh Hamilton in Dark Skies
Kerri Russell and Josh Hamilton in Dark Skies
Photo: Dimension Films

It doesn't happen very often that a producer captures your attention on a project more than anything else, but such is the case with Dark Skies from Jason Blum's Blumhouse Productions, which is responsible for such films as Sinister, the Paranormal Activity franchise, Insidious and the upcoming Insidious Chapter 2. This latest feature continues down the low-budget horror road and is directed by Priest and Legion helmer Scott Stewart and stars Keri Russell, Dakota Goyo and Josh Hamilton

Dark Skies is a sci-fi thriller centered on a suburban couple whose lives become a nightmare when a terrifying alien presence enters their home each night to prey upon their young boy. Increasingly isolated from skeptical friends and neighbors, the couple is forced to take matters into their own hands to save their family.

Dimension is handling the film's release and it will arrive in theaters on February 22, 2013.

Check out the trailer below.

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  • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/profile/RandallPMcMurphy/ Randall P McMurphy

    I'm a fan of those guys and I liked all of their films (specially Insidious) but this looks like a disaster.

  • bill

    looks scary to me, blumhouse is on a roll

  • http://www.ropeofsilicon.com/profile/kash/ kash

    First things first, Keri is still in show business? she doesn't look a day older than her Felicity times. second, they should not have called this movie Dark Skies, since it could easily be confused with that old TV series of the same name about pretty much the same theme as well. They should have just gone with Home Invasion or something like that.

  • The Jackal

    I'm skeptical, but it looks creepy enough to want to see it in theaters.

    Thems the facts