2 New Clips From ‘Mimesis’ Go From The Hallway To The Basement

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After getting a look the DVD and Blu-ray art for Anchor Bay’s Mimesis and then getting a look at the gory red band trailer we’ve now got our hands on a pair of clips titled “Hallway” and “Basement.” I’m looking forward to checking this movie out when I get a chance later this week!

What begins as a horror convention after-party for a group of fans will quickly become a genuine flesh-and-blood nightmare: Trapped inside an isolated farmhouse, they must now survive attacks by hordes of hungry zombies while desperately attempting to escape. But is this gore-soaked siege a twisted prank, an elaborate trap, or has NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD actually come to undead life?

Sid Haig (The Devil’s Rejects) and Courtney Gains (Children of the Corn) star in this award-winning shocker from co-writer/director Douglas Schulze that walks the razorsharp line between edgy homage and depraved reality… then proceeds to rip its guts out.

Head inside for the new clips and to check out the trailer again! Mimesis hits DVD/Blu-ray on February 12.


  • Ress EZ

    It looks good. And what a brilliant idea for a horror movie! Why think of a new storyline when there are old classics that can be reused and reproduced. Never thought of it! Kudos to the filmmakers for making it watchable. A must see in my book!

  • DeadInHell

    Am I the only who is tired of Sid Haig? He’s not…good. He’s only notable because he was pulled out of cult obscurity by Rob Zombie, so now he has name recognition with people who enjoyed/suffered through House and the Devil’s Rejects. Makeup notwithstanding, his every performance is exactly the same.

    If anyone from those shitfests should experience a revival in their career, why not Bill Moseley? He’s no Daniel Day Lewis, but he’s a far better and more varied performer than Haig. He has also been in a great deal more notable and worthwhile horror films, and as such actually deserves to be cast in more. Whereas Sid Haig has never put in a worthwhile performance in his entire career.