Polaroid Trailer: Teens Plagued by Cursed Camera | Den of Geek
July 12, 2017 - Finding Carter
Polaroid, an arriving fear film, offers some-more explanation that contemporary cinema of a genre have forgone a judgment of name-franchise killers like Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger in lieu of objects that do… stuff. Indeed, a Polaroid trailer puts a lethal spin on a classical titular, snap-and-shake camera (as famously educated by Outkast) that many of us grew adult regulating with glee.
The Polaroid trailer is customary fear transport that wields meaningful consequences for hubris-imbued teens, specifically, a high-school student, played by Kathryn Prescott (Finding Carter), who finds an aged Polaroid camera and – substantially blown divided by a days-of-yore thought that selfies can be now printed – starts regulating a old-school device in new-school ways. However, while amicable media is customarily a biggest hazard associated to vulgar design gnawing these days, this aged megapixel-less Polaroid camera carries a dim underline that’s not accurately user-friendly.
It’s bad news for a girl’s organisation of friends, played by Tyler Young (Eyewitness), Keenan Tracey (Bates Motel), Samantha Logan (The Fosters), Priscilla Quintana (Stranded), Madelaine Petsch (Riverdale) and Javier Botet (Mama, It), given a cinema she snapped of them lift a vicious caveat. The snaps offer as a messenger of wicked doom to whichever theme happens to be lonesome in shadows. Moreover, in a bizarre, reverse-Dorian-Gray dynamic, any mistreat dealt to a cinema is dealt to a subject, evidenced by an brash try to bake one of a snaps. – Mitch Pileggi (The X-Files) and Grace Zabriskie (The Grudge) also appear.
Polaroid is a brainchild of Norwegian executive Lars Klevberg, portion as his underline debut, bettering his possess 2015 brief film of a same name. He works off a book by a distinguished geek lady and former G4 Attack of a Show! radio celebrity Blair Butler, also portion as her initial greenlit feature. The film, a plan of The Weinstein Company, touts a connection of producers connected to thematically-similar past fear hits in The Ring array and The Grudge such as Chris Bender and Roy Lee.
Polaroid will make the jump-scare-centric try to shake you when it arrives on Aug 25. (#YakovSmirnoffJoke)