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New Clip from ‘Devil’s Night’ Takes You Into Grandma’s Room

Harm’s Way Productions has unleashed Devil’s Night on iTunes.  Adam Forrest, Elizabeth Peterson, Alex Ho, Nolan Freeman, Kristina Cohen, Shani Atias and Kevin Grossman star in the story of a lonely teen who accidentally unlocks a gate to Hell in the quest for Internet stardom.  Directed by TV veteran Todd Bishop from a script by Derek Rethwisch, Devil’s Night is available now exclusively on iTunes.

In celebration of the film’s iTunes release they have released a new clip that takes us into grandma’s room.

On the eve of the release, writer/producer Derek Rethwisch said, “When we were writing Devil’s Night, our goal was to create a suspenseful, character-driven horror that would not only give audiences a few good scares, but would be relevant to them today. We were all fans of horror growing up and really aspired to make a movie in the vein of Halloween or Friday the 13th, and Devil’s Night (October 30th) seemed like a natural fit. Evan Lesky is our Michael Myers, but we wanted a 21st-century protagonist, someone desperate to make it in today’s viral-obsessed society. We hope that Devil’s Night is both an homage to those iconic movies but also unique in its portrayal of modern life.”

Synopsis:
Daniel, a charismatic teen from a broken home, wants nothing more than to get out of the trailer park. After scraping together just enough money to buy a video camera, he begins making YouTube videos in the hope that his antics will lead him to a better life. But when his videos fail to catch on and all his friends leave for college, Daniel’s left all alone. Undeterred, he discovers an old documentary about a serial killer who brutally murdered seven people in a Satanic sacrifice not too far from his hometown. Thinking this might be his last chance for success, he decides to film a video in the killer’s house, only to summon an evil worse than anything he could have possibly imagined…



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COMMENTS

4 Comments
  • sliceanddice

    this had a stupidly high imdb rating. smelt a rat. is it any good?

  • Necro

    Poor Grandma!

  • Kyle Cole

    Haven’t seen this one yet, but it does sound interesting enough to catch my attention. Plus I love Halloween themed horror films, even if they end up being good or not.

  • Alanmac

    Most anything that starts off with “State’s Evidence” at the beginning these days is gonna be shit. Sounds like an interesting enough premise but they should put together a proper trailer because that clip was just awful.

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