Director M Night Shyamalan coming to Dublin for special screening of The Visit
Published 18/08/2015 | 13:43
M Night Shyamalan, director of films including The Sixth Sense and Signs, is coming to Dublin ahead of the release of his new movie The Visit.
Fans can attend a Q&A with Shyamalan and special screening of the new film on Sunday August 30 at the Light House Cinema.
The Visit continues in the vein of his previous films, with a supernatural plot playing out in a contemporary setting.
Two children (Ed OxenBould and Olivia DeJonge) go to stay with their grandparents for a few days. Grandpa (Peter McRobbie) advises them not to come out of their rooms after bedtime at 9.30pm and it soon becomes apparent why.
All is not well, it seems, with grandma (Deanna Dunagan). Or grandpa for that matter.
Kathryn Hahn plays the kids' mother, who fails to take their increasingly desperate Skype pleas for help seriously.
The film releases on September 11. For tickets to The Visit Q&A with M Night Shyamalan and screening click HERE
Check out the trailer here: