Corbin Bleu of High School Musical is co-producing and appears in one of the film's segments, marking the star's first foray into the horror genre. Atta boy, Corbin, welcome to the dark side. For updates, check out the Facebook page for Scary or Die and we've got the freaky clown-filled trailer below. Check it out.
With Korean vampires, Mexican zombies, Cajun conjurers, and the Irish undead...or as the producers like to call it, “just another night in the City of Angels,” Scary or Die tells four multi-ethnic, interwoven stories that all take place in and around Los Angeles.
Corbin Bleu’s segment, titled Clowned, tells the story of a young street hustler (Bleu) who gets bitten by
Dawna Lee Heising of MoreHorror in Hollywood had the opportunity to sit down and talk behind the scenes with Scary Or Die writer, producer and director Michael Emanuel as well as stars Bill Oberst Jr. and Shannon Bobo of the feature film.
Watch the exclusive video interview below the details about this much buzzed about horror anthology.
"Scary Or Die" also stars Domiziano Arcangeli and will premiere at Raleigh Studios in May 2012. The video was filmed and edited by Renah Wolzinger and prodced in association with Dismal Productions.
Additionally starring in the Scary Or Die anthology is Bill Oberst Jr., Christopher Darga, Alexandra Choi, Elizabeth Diprinzio, Shannon Bobo, Charles Rahi Chun, Andrew Caldwell, Shawn Caulin Young, Nicole Moore and many other faces familiar to fans of the genre.
The creation of filmmaker Michael Emanuel, Scary Or Die tells five interwoven horror stories that take
**here be spoilers.
Director: Bob Badway, Michael Emanuel, and Igor Meglic.
Writers: Bob Badway, and Michael Emanuel.
Cast: Corbin Bleu, Bill Oberst Jr., Andrew Caldwell, Domiziano Arcangeli, Nikki Moore, Charles Rahi Chun, Christopher Darga, David Reivers, Elizabeth Di Prinzio and Maxie J. Santillan Jr.
Scary or Die is a horror anthology from Bob Badway, Michael Emanuel and Igor Meglic. Badway is known for his other horror outing titled The Uninvited. Emanuel might be known for 2009's Maneater, but he is likely best known for his many acting roles. This is Meglic's first go as director. There are five stories within Scary or Die, with Emanuel directing the bulk of them ("Clowned," "Lover Comes Back," "The Crossing"). Meglic produced one, titled "Taejung's Lament." The worst story of the bunch, "Re-membered," is not attached to any director.
I can't help it, I'm a sucker for intriguing key art that coincides with a horror film (or any movie for that matter). Many films have been overlooked simply because the graphic art totally sucks. This is not one of those cases (as you can see by the creepy poster we've got for you to feast your eyes on).
On May 1st, Phase 4 Films will reportedly be unleashing a flesh eating clown among other scary visuals, as the release of Scary or Die hits VOD.
Scary or Die stars horror genre actor Bill Oberst Jr. (Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies, Dismal, Scare Tactics), Corbin Bleu (Galaxy Quest), and Nikki Moore (Sorority Row), and is directed by Bob Badway, Michael Emanuel, and Igor Meglic.
Check out the teaser trailer below the official details below as well as the large version of the Scary Or Die poster.
With Korean vampires, Mexican zombies, Cajun conjurers, and the Irish undead...or as the producers like to call it, “just another night in the City of Angels”, Terror Bytes tells four multi-ethnic, interwoven stories that all take place in and around Los Angeles. According to Emanuel, “It’s the horror version of Robert Altman’s Short Cuts as characters from each segment intersect with the others.”
Corbin Bleu’s segment, titled "Clowned", tells the story of a young street hustler (Bleu) who gets bitten by a clown at a birthday party and begins to undergo a Kafkaesque metamorphosis with horrifying consequences.
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