All Hallows’ Eve (2013) is one of our favorite Halloween anthologies, a ruthless and apologetically violent collection of horror stories viewed on a VHS tape that a young boy is given in his trick or treat bag on Halloween night. Written and directed by Damien Leone, the feature film originated as Leone’s short film called Terrifier, which has now been made into its own spin-off feature film.
Though there was an official sequel called All Hallows’ Eve 2 released in 2015, again an anthology of Halloween stories, it did not feature the vicious Art the Clown popping in and out of each of the shorts. But Art is finally back in Terrifier, written and directed once again by Damien Leone (All Hallows’ Eve).
The official synopsis: A maniacal clown named Art terrorizes three young women on Halloween night and everyone else who stands in his way.
Terrifier will be released in limited theaters on March 15 and 16, and on VOD in the U.S. on March 27, from Epic Pictures and Dread Central Presents, arriving completely “uncut”.
You can view the latest NSFW red band trailer below!
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