College kids do stupid things. They drink, they have promiscuous sex, they summon immortal demons from purgatorial realms of endless suffering. At least that's what they do in 'The Apparition,' a tediously insipid horror movie about four collegiate scientists who are smart enough to create devices capable of reaching across the etheric plane and stupid enough not to predict the consequences of their actions, or to have any idea how to stop the entity they let into our world.
First vampires and dark wizards, now a ghostly apparition that feeds on fear. Ashley Greene and Tom Felton cannot escape the supernatural... at least when it comes to their movie careers.
These two screen stars, known for their respective roles as Alice in 'Twilight' and Draco Malfoy in 'Harry Potter,' portray two thirds of a research team, the finishing role played by Sebastian Stan of 'Political Animals,' in the upcoming horror flick 'The Apparition.' As a group, they try to prove a theory that ghosts only exist because people believe in them and after creating a a deadly phantom with their minds, they prove the theory valid.
Creepy, huh? Well, maybe not as creepy as 'The Apparition'-themed prize pack.
There's been a lot of stories about the casting for the bio-pic 'CBGB,' which is not surprising considering the legacy of the famous rock venue. From The Ramones to the Talking Heads to Blondie, it was a launching point for some of the most important acts of the 1970's and 80's. Now Ashley Greene has joined the film as the lead.
Found footage has become a near default setting for horror movies these days, but it looks like 'The Apparition' couldn't commit fully to that format - at least it seems that way from the first trailer. The film stars Ashley Greene, Sebastian Stan, and Tom Felton. Take a look...