See Sinister First

Late last month we announced that we’d be partnering with Summit Entertainment and to bring our readers in Washington, DC an early look at Sinister, the thriller from the folks behind films like The Exorcism of Emily Rose and Insidious. It’s our kind of film. Blood-soaked and envelope-pushing, perfect for viewing in a very dark room seated next to a large group of strangers, all of whom have questionable motives, at best. When it debuted at SXSW last year, not one but two of our writers showered it with praise. And now we’re bringing it to you. But first, we’ve a badass poster to share.

Our screening, which is part of the See Sinister First campaign, is scheduled for September 25 at the Regal Gallery Place in our nation’s capital. Attendees will receive a limited edition, collectible poster. Seen below, this print was designed by SA Studios. It’s unique and bold and quite unnerving. It will be available at all hometown premieres that meet the attendance threshold.

So if you’d like to get one and see this movie, you may want to get over to To get yourself on the list to see Sinister in Washington, DC at our exclusive screening, head to this page.

Sinister in Washington DC

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