Ever since Cannes 2010, we’ve been telling you about a 79-minute, one shot Uruguayan horror film called The Silent House. Peter wrote a positive review from the festival, we posted an early trailer and even covered the American remake when it premiered at Sundance this year. All the while, there was no set date when American audiences would get to see this scary and impressive technical achievement. IFC Films has now set a date. The Silent House, or La Casa Muda, a horror film that takes place in a single long take, will go on demand May 11.

And just to get you prepped for the release, they’ve released a brand new trailer. Check it out after the break. Read More »

The silent house (cannes logo)

Gustavo Hern├índez‘s The Silent House is a Uruguayan horror movie which was shot in one long 79-minute continuous take. Got your attention?

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