With Rammbock: Berlin Undead now in AMC theaters (every Wednesday and Friday night this month, go se it!), we’re now gearing up for the release of Bloody Disgusting Selects: YellowBrickRoad, the second theatrical horror feature that’ll premiere at select AMC locations on June 1 (theater listings inside). It will play at the exact same theaters as Rammbock, and at the exact same times. So if you have a good experience with that, you can enjoy a new horror entry monthly!
Anyways, the English-language YellowBrickRoad, from Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton, stars The Signal‘s Anessa Ramsey in a very noisy chiller that “begins in the Fall of 1940 where the entire population of Friar, NH abandoned their homes and walked up an ancient trail, never to be seen alive again. Their fates have remained a mystery for over 70 years, until a team of researchers discover the trailhead and attempt to track the path the doomedcitizens of Friar took.”
YellowBrickRoad is a return to the slow burn, character driven horror thrillers of the ’70s. Check out the brand spanking new one sheet inside!
Keep your eyes at the film’s official website for more info and ticketing promotions (prizes!)
Tickets are NOW AVAILABLE available by clicking here
Check out this sweet Google Maps of AMC Theaters playing Bloody Disgusting Selects, also on display below.
Barton Creek, Austin TX
White Marsh, Baltimore MD
Boston Common, Boston MA
Concord Mills, NC
River East 21, Chicago IL (moved from Crestwood)
Barrington, Chicago IL
Newport Levee, Newport KY
Easton Town Ctr, Columbus OH
Fairlane, Detroit MI
Orange Park, FL
Ind. Commons, Independence MO
AMC 30 Block, West Orange CA
Burbank 16, Los Angeles CA (previously Univ. Citywalk)
Sunset Place, Miami FL
Rosedale, Roseville MN
Elmwood Palace, New Orleans LA
Empire, New York NY
Clifton Commons, Clifton NJ
Quail Springs Mall, OK City OK
AMC Downtown Disney 24, Lake Buena Vista (moved from Universal Cineplex, Orlando FL)
Westgate, Phoenix AZ
Waterfront, Pittsburgh PA
Mission Valley, San Diego CA
Mercado, San Jose CA
Metreon, San Francisco CA
Pacific Place, Seattle WA
AROUND THE WEB
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