Ash Greene in Summer’s Moon?

31 08 2009

or Summer? or Summer’s Blood? Whichever. Sounds like a winner. No really, I would watch anything with the Dollface just cause her ears are so cute. Fact.

 

Summer's Blood is the same flick, don't get confused.

Summer's Blood is the same flick, don't get confused.

Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced that it will release a new psychochiller starring Ashley Greene, who plays Alice Cullen in TWILIGHT and the upcoming THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON. The movie was originally lensed (in Ottawa, Canada) as SUMMER and has also been known as SUMMERS BLOOD, but for some strange reason, it has been rechristened SUMMERS MOON for its DVD release.

Streeting November 10, the film casts Greene as Summer, a young woman who takes a road trip to track down her estranged father. She winds up in the clutches of a handyman who at first seems friendly, but proves to be one of a family of maniacs who take her prisoner. 

pre blood splattered- beautiful

pre blood splattered- beautiful

apres blood splattered- gnarly. but still cute, how is that possible?

apres blood splattered- gnarly. but still cute, how is that possible?

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31 08 2009
cp

that is a seriosly disterbing movie, first off the voice over for me was totally wrong, then the old man is her father and the handyman is her brother? Dude, that is all kinds of wong. Wow, and I love how they are capitalizing on her by releasing it as summers moon.

1 09 2009
luaura

this movie looks totally insane. i’m so confused and weirded out by that trailer.

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