The king of plot twists, director M Night Shyamalan is coming to Dublin’s Lighthouse cinema on August 30th for a Q+A and a screening of his latest movie THE VISIT.
The Visit tells the terrifying story of a brother and sister sent to live with their grandparents in remote Pennsylvania on a short holiday. Once the children discover the elderly couple are involved in some deeply disturbing activities they see their chances of returning home get slimmer every day.

The director is responsible for some of the most mind bending movies in recent years, including classics like ‘Signs’ (The best movie Mel Gibson has done in 20 years!), ‘The Sixth Sense (it still gives us goosebumps), ‘Unbreakable’ (Shyamalan was doing movies about superpowers long before it was cool) ‘The Village’ (probably his most under-rated movie)  to name but a few…

WATCH OUR INTERVIEW WITH M NIGHT SHYMALAN
We met up with the director for his big budget version of ‘The Last Airbender’ – watch the interview below

As well as new movie THE VISIT, The Lighthouse cinema will also be showing a number of classic Shymalan movies including

THE SIXTH SENSE – On August 28th

UNBREAKABLE – On Aug 29th

SIGNS – On August 29th

BOOK TICKETS FOR THE VISIT PREMIERE
To book tickets to the Q+A hosted by 2FM DJ Rick O’Shea visit lighthousecinema.ie

WATCH THE TRAILER FOR THE VISIT

  • filmbuff2011

    Ticket booked. M. Night Shyamalan lost his mojo around the time of Lady In The Water. The Happening, The Last Airbender and After Earth were all disappointing as well. I’m hopeful that The Visit is a return to form for him. The trailer looks promising. Whatever the film is like, he should be fascinating to listen to :)