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‘Tonight She Comes’ Trailer Drinks and Bathes in the Blood

We now have a second trailer for Matt Stuertz’s Tonight She Comes, which initially released a teaser that pays homage to the banned trailer for The Exorcist. This one delivers the gory goods!

The film made its world premiere last October at Grimmfest in Manchester, UK.

In the film, after a girl goes missing, two of her friends and a mysterious set of strangers find themselves drawn to the cabin in the woods where she disappeared. They will laugh, they will drink, they will kiss, they will make love, and they must all die.

Tonight She Comes stars Nathan Eswine, Larissa White, Jenna McDonald, Brock Russell, Cameisha Cotton, Dal Nicole, Adam Hartley, and Frankie Ray. It was composed by Wojciech Golczewski (We Are Still Here, Beyond the Gates, Late Phases).

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TONIGHT SHE COMES Festival Poster



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COMMENTS

11 Comments
  • Micah Unice

    No word yet on a release/distribution?

    • Hitting a few more festivals in a couple weeks and hopefully will be able to announce more (video / blu-ray / etc) release dates soon!

  • ky

    Everything I see says it was released in October of 2016…? I would love to be able to find it.

    • kinglasgow

      The World Premiere was at Grimmfest UK 9 October 2016.

    • It’s been playing at festivals since October, but should be able to announce more release dates soon! Thanks for being interested, and I hope you dig it once it releases.

  • death-nerve

    Wow. Great trailer!

  • Evan3

    I wish the acting and dialogue didn’t seem so piss poor (really? You can stay with us if you want? To a blood-covered nude girl?) as a lot of he concept seemed awesome.

    • Out of context seems a bit weird / less fitting than in the full film. That being said you may very well hate it.. (but hopefully not) if you decide to check it out once it’s released 🙂

      • Evan3

        Well if the film’s creator is here advocating for the film, how can I not check it out! Thanks for taking the type to interact with us (even snobby grouches like myself). Let me know when/where to find this and I absolutely will check it out.

  • michael dauteuil

    Looks cool!

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