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We think we'd rather pull our teeth out than take a road trip with Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen (sorry, Babs!), but there's a movie about that if it sounds like fun to you. The Guilt Trip is one of this year's holiday offerings that seems to be teetering on the edge of a Robert De Niro-style sellout. We admit there's something slightly charming about these two, but two hours of Rogen's inventor who hits the highway with his mom (Streisand) to hawk his latest creation might make heads explode.
The cute part in all this is that Rogan's character is trying to reunite his mama with her long, lost love. Adam Scott (yay!), Yvonne Strahovski, Colins Hanks, Kathy Najimy and Dale Dickey also star in the Anne Fletcher film — which does make us curious about The Guilt Trip. See what you make of the clip. [via The Playlist]
This Friday, horror maestro Joe Dante (Gremlins, The Howling) will be releasing his old-school terror flick The Hole. It's been a long wait for the film to get a stateside release, but we'll finally be able to watch one family move to the country and befriend their neighbors who have a bottomless hole in the basement of their house. It's padlocked shut, which is clearly an invitation to pry that sucker open. It's a haunting experience for all, and the friends finally realize the hole may be a gateway to hell. Dante used animatronic puppets in his film, which is one of the many reasons why we love him. This fun featurette shows how the special effects for the creepy clown were handled. It's enough to make us cry. See The Hole in theaters on September 28, and check it out on VOD/Blu-ray October 2. [via The Movie Box]
Another Halloween, another Paranormal Activity movie! This time around, the chiller wants you to text "WantIt" to number 21534 to get exclusive clips and other horrific goodies. The supernatural shaky-cam spree happens on October 19, but there's a new clip for the fourth installment in the franchise, which is being directed by PA3 helmers Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. We get to see a little bit of a child actor who appears to be the missing Hunter, now named Robbie on IMDb. It's The Omen 2.0 for sure. Are you going to give the spooky franchise another shot this October, or have you had enough of the jump scares and static video screens? [The Movie Box]