Screambo has released three brand new clips for their exclusive horror movie ‘Story Game’ which originally premiered at the Hawaii International Film Festival and was written and directed by Jason K. Lau.
According to the official synopsis: “On a camping trip in Hawaii, three fine art students make a bet: who can tell the best supernatural story? According to the rules, each tale must have three items: a metaphysical piece, a character with green eyes, and a Japan location.
The three young campers try to outwit each other, as they bring three famous Japanese ghost stories to the world, and things take an eerie turn as each tale takes them deeper into the Story Game.”
The film stars Greer Grammar (Ted Bundy: American Boogeyman, Deadly Illusions), Alberto Rosende (“Chicago Fire”, “Shadowhunters”), Ayumi Ito (Tokyo Vice) and Lyrica Okano (Marvel’s “Runaways”) and you can check out the clips below:
New Trailer Drops for ‘The Invitation’
A brand new trailer has officially arrived for director Jessica M. Thompson’s new horror movie ‘The Invitation’, courtesy of Sony’s Screen Gems, which is arrive on August 26th and is being described as “a contemporary horror thriller.”
According to the official synopsis: “After the death of her mother and having no other known relatives, Evie (Nathalie Emmanuel) takes a DNA test…and discovers a long-lost cousin she never knew she had. Invited by her newfound family to a lavish wedding in the English countryside, she’s at first seduced by the sexy aristocrat host but is soon thrust into a nightmare of survival as she uncovers twisted secrets in her family’s history and the unsettling intentions behind their sinful generosity.”
Nathalie Emmanuel (“Game of Thrones”), Thomas Doherty (“Gossip Girl”), Hugh Skinner, Sean Pertwee, Courtney Taylor, Alana Boden, and Stephanie Corneliussen star in the new film.
Check out the new trailer below, courtesy of IGN.
New Clip Drops for ‘Where the Scary Things Are’
A brand new clip has dropped for writer and director B.Harrison Smith’s new slasher ‘Where the Scary Things Are’ which is set to arrive on both Digital and on DVD on June 28th, courtesy of Lionsgate.
According to the official synopsis: “The horror begins as Ayla and her high-school friends discover a hideous, semi-human mutant. They keep it prisoner while shooting repulsive viral videos, but the gang’s hunger for “likes” drives them to film the beast performing murderous acts.
“When one boy sees that Ayla is using the monster’s gruesome violence to settle her own vendettas, he threatens to tell the authorities—but is he too late to save his friends?”
Paul Cottman, Michael Cervantes, Peter F. Cote, Quinn Andrew Fickes, Selina Flanscha, Oliver Givens, Emma Lim, Asher Ruppert, and Riley Sullivan star.
Check out the brand new clip below, courtesy of Bloody Disgusting:
Trailer Arrives for ‘The Most Dangerous Game’ Remake
Mill Creek Entertainment has dropped a brand new trailer for their take on the 1932 classic thriller ‘The Most Dangerous Game’ as the film is slated to arrive in select theaters and On Demand on August 5th.
Bruce Dern (Nebraska, Freaks, The ‘Burbs), Judd Nelson (The Breakfast Club) and Caspar Van Dien (Starship Troopers) with Tom Berenger (Platoon) and Chris “CT” Tamburello (MTV’s “The Challenge”) star in the film.
According to the official rundown: “A father and son are shipwrecked on a remote island where they are caught up in a trophy hunt held by its mysterious owner, a merciless man who uses the land as an elite hunting preserve for stalking the most dangerous game of all: human.”
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