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Black Rock Synopsis

Three childhood friends set aside their personal issues and reunite for a girls' weekend on a remote island off the coast of Maine. One wrong move turns their weekend getaway into a deadly fight for survival.
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Kate Bosworth, Lake Bell And Kate Aselton Stare Into The Distance In New Black Rock Poster Kate Bosworth, Lake Bell And Kate Aselton Stare Into The Distance In New Black Rock Poster

Next week will see the release of Stoker, director Chan-wook Park's thriller that premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival, but the truth is that there are still a few members of the Class of 2012 that we've yet to see. One among them is Kate Aselton's horror thriller Black Rock.

Kate Bosworth, Lake Bell And Kate Aselton Stare Into The Distance In New Black Rock Poster

Katie Aselton, Lake Bell & Kate Bosworth Find Trouble In Black Rock Trailer Katie Aselton, Lake Bell & Kate Bosworth Find Trouble In Black Rock Trailer

In Black Rock Katie Aselton stars alongside Kate Bosworth and Lake Bell as three childhood friends who try to reconnect during a getaway to a remote island of the coast of Maine. There, instead of the camping and confiding they'd plan on, they find a batch of hillbilly hunters who go from friendly to deadly over the course of one really bad night.

Katie Aselton, Lake Bell & Kate Bosworth Find Trouble In Black Rock Trailer

Sundance Video Interview: Black Rock's Kate Bosworth, Lake Bell And Katie Aselton Sundance Video Interview: Black Rock's Kate Bosworth, Lake Bell And Katie Aselton

In Black Rock Aselton, Bell and Bosworth play three childhood friends who travel to a remote Maine island for a reunion, only to find their trip completely derailed by an accident that leads to them being hunted down by some off-kilter hunters bent on revenge

Sundance Video Interview: Black Rock's Kate Bosworth, Lake Bell And Katie Aselton

Sundance Reviews: Black Rock, Bachelorette, And For A Good Time Call Put Women Up Front Sundance Reviews: Black Rock, Bachelorette, And For A Good Time Call Put Women Up Front

Sundance is always a home for voices in film that don't often otherwise get heard, but this year in particular seems like a great one for women, whether they're following in the footsteps of Bridesmaids or not. I still haven't managed to catch one of the biggest female-led films, the Alison Brie and Lizzy Caplan-starring Save the Date, but here are reviews of three others

Sundance Reviews: Black Rock, Bachelorette, And For A Good Time Call Put Women Up Front

The Words, Black Rock Among The First Sundance Acquisitions The Words, Black Rock Among The First Sundance Acquisitions

The festival's first pickup happened when things had barely begun, when Sony Pictures Classics picked up the documentary Searching for Sugar Man, which screened for the press on Thursday night. The story of "the greatest ’70s U.S. rock icon who never was"

The Words, Black Rock Among The First Sundance Acquisitions

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