Having interviewed Dennis Quaid a couple of times, I've found him to be pretty nice guy, as well as a decent actor. But although he's spent some time exploring our favorite genre in recent years with thrillers like Pandorum and Legion, like a lot of folks, I wish those thrillers were just a wee bit better. Will Quaid's next project be more deserving of his talent? See for yourself when you check out a clip of Quaid going full psycho in Beneath the Darkness after the jump.
Beneath the Darkness is due on Blu-ray and DVD on February 28th. Here's the synopsis...
"Directed by Martin Guigui and written by the late Bruce Wilkinson, Beneath the Darkness is a taut thriller pitting high school kids against a psychotic killer in a community where adults blindly refuse to see the ominous dangers right before their eyes.
"In the film Quaid plays Ely, the well-respected mortician of rustic Smithville Texas, where he was once a heralded high school football star. Among the kids, however, he is legendary for a more sinister reason -- rumors that his house is haunted. The truth is, this pillar of the community is actually a flesh-and-blood monster who buries his victims alive; a sociopath who befriends adults and police while openly flaunting his murderous intentions to the youths. Beware Ely's charming smile – it may be the last thing you see, looking up from your freshly dug grave..."