First Clip of Joe Hill’s ‘Horns’ Arrives Online

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One of the films to debut at the Toronto International Film Festival was Alexandre Aja’s adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel “Horns.” Like the book, the film centers on the story of a young man named Ig Perrish. Ig is the sole suspect for the rape and murder of his late girlfriend, Merrin, even though there’s no physical evidence. After a series of drunken incidents on the anniversary of her death, Ig wakes up that morning with a pair of horns growing from his head. These horns grant him various powers, including the ability to have people confess their deepest darkest thoughts to him, and he uses these powers to try and find out who killed his beloved Merrin.

The film stars Daniel Radcliffe as Ig and Juno Temple as Merrin, with Max Minghella, Joe Anderson,Kelli Garner, and Dexter’s James Remar rounding out the cast. It seems that critics have received the film positively, praising the film for its unique story and the cast.

In an interesting twist, a clip from the film has made its way online, before any teaser trailers or cast interviews. The clip details Ig meeting with Merrin’s father.

I was already psyched to see a film adaptation of Hill’s novel, which I loved, but this really made me a lot more impressed and hungry to see the real thing. This clip has plenty of emotion and style to it. At this point, I’m at the “Shut up and take my money” stage.

What do you think about this clip? Does it make you more interested to see the final film? Why don’t you just tell us what you think in the comments below?

Source: Collider

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Jesse Blume
is obsessed with stories. He received a Bachelor of Arts in the field of Mass Communication from Midwestern State University. He enjoys long walks on the beach, cheesecake, yoga, and a tall glass of sweet tea.
  • Rick Tym

    Fingers crossed that this will be good. Kinda on the fence but it’s only a 0:36 second clip…just reread the novel and it didn’t look like this in cinematic form in my head…

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