If your bloodlust for new Robert Pattinson footage simply can't be denied until November 20, we have something to sink your teeth into until the "New Moon" rises. Rob's BBC television movie, "The Haunted Airman," lands Stateside on DVD tomorrow!
Filmed five years ago and aired in the U.K. in 2006, "Haunted Airman" stars Robert as the titular former pilot "tormented by psychological horrors and a slow descent into madness," according to a press release.
Based on the best-selling 1948 novel "The Haunting of Toby Jugg" by Dennis Wheatley, the movie may leave you tossing and turning with Robert Pattinson dreams -- and not the good "Twilight" kind.
"Flight Lieutenant Toby Jugg, confined to a wheelchair after being wounded in combat, arrives at a remote mansion in Wales to recuperate," the press release says of the film's plot. "Suffering terrible nightmares and visions, he suspects the methods of his psychiatrist, Dr. Hal Burns (Julian Sands). Though his beautiful aunt Julia (Rachel Stirling) seems to be the only person he can trust, circumstances arise that cause him to doubt even her intentions. Is the lieutenant the victim of an eerie paranormal haunting, or a cruel conspiracy tied to his past?"
Sounds creepy, huh? If you want to get a peek at the film before laying down your hard-earned dinero, watch the trailer here. Warning: if you don't like spiders or dead bodies, maybe don't watch, okay? If you are brave enough to plop the "Haunted Airman" into your DVD player, may we suggest it as the evening's entertainment while carving your Rob O'Lantern?
What do you think about "The Haunted Airman"? Will you be buying it on DVD tomorrow?