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Last week we brought you the insane and bloody red-band trailer for ABCs of Death 2. A tamer green-band trailer has now been released that you can show to your kids if you want! It's not as gory as the red-band, but it's still a fun trailer to watch that's packed full energy.
The movie consists of 26 short films, and each one has a completely different director and storyline. Some of the directors in the mix include Vincenzo Natali (Splice), Rodney Ascher (Room 237), E.L. Katz (Cheap Thrills), and the Soskasisters (American Mary). Here's the synopsis:
ABCs Of Death 2 is the follow-up to the most ambitious anthology film ever conceived with productions spanning from Nigeria to UK to Brazil and everywhere in between. It features segments directed by over two dozen of the world’s leading talents in contemporary genre film. The film is comprised of twenty-six individual chapters, »
- Joey Paur
Two years on from the first anthology, ABCs Of Death 2 is almost upon us, delivering another 26 international horror shorts in time for Hallowe'en. If you saw the original you'll know what to expect, but if you missed it, here's a taste of what's in store this time around. As you might guess from a film that's a kind of alphabetical Darwin Awards for gorehounds, the red-band trailer below is gleefully nasty and very unsafe for work...As before, the directors were randomly assigned their letter and given free reign to decide what word it stood for and what their film should be (providing it involved death in some way). The above reveals an eclectic mix of kids' fantasy adventure, botched beheading, hiking accidents, Russian Roulette, zombies (natch), monstrous burgers, stop-motion animation, urban myth and Julian Barratt.Directors this time include El Katz (Cheap Thrills), Alexandre Bustillo (Inside), Alejandro Brugues »
2 items from 2014
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