A Ton of Images From 'The Children'   

November 11, 2008 Undeniably one of the most hotly anticipated horror movies of 2009 is "The Children" from the director of "The Killing Gene." The buzz on the street is that it's a great movie. About 10 new photos have just sprung up from the British film, which is being pitched at AFM.

Tom Shankland, the director of the "Killing Gene" (aka "Waz"), is back with a new horror film apparently about evil kids! Check out the official site here.

The film, which stars Jeremy Sheffield, Rachel Shelley, Stephen Campbell, Eva Birthistle, Hannah Tointon, and Eva Sayer, sounds more than a little like "Island of the Damned." During a relaxing Christmas vacation, parents have to fight for survival as the children begin to turn on them. Ugh, don't you hate it when that happens? No release date is set for this UK film, which is clearly one to look forward to.

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