Sunday, February 20, 2011

Vanishing on 7th Street 2011 Hollywood Movie Reviews,Poster and Synopsis

Vanishing on 7th Street

Movie: Vanishing on 7th Street
Directed by: Brad Anderson
Produced by: Norton Herrick, Tove Christensen, Celine Rattray
Written by: Anthony Jaswinski
Starring: Hayden Christensen, Thandie Newton, John Leguizamo
Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Music by: Lucas Vidal
Cinematography: Uta Briesewitz
Editing by: Jeffrey Wolf
Studio: Herrick Entertainment, Mandalay Vision
Distributed by: Magnolia Pictures
Release date(s): February 18, 2011 (TIFF)
Country :United States
Language: English
Vanishing on 7th Street Movie Synopsis:
Four survivors of a mysterious plague of darkness flee the shadows that seem to have consumed all of society in this thriller from Session 9 director Brad Anderson. Detroit has fallen ominously silent; the power to the city appears to have been cut off, and the streets littered with the clothes of people whose bodies are nowhere to be found. Desperate and terrified, movie theater projectionist Paul (John Leguizamo) seeks shelter with television news reporter Luke (Hayden Christensen), frightened physical therapist Rosemary (Thandie Newton), and trigger-happy 12 year old James (Jacob Latimore) in an inner-city bar owned by James' mother, who has apparently vanished along with the rest of humanity. Momentarily safe thanks to a power generator that keeps the clutching shadows at bay, the group ponders how to stay alive as Rosemary fears what fate befell her missing infant son, and Luke ponders a plan to seek out his estranged wife in Chicago. When the lights start to flicker, the fight for their lives begins.