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Kill Game Slashes Through the Competition in this Preview: 2nd Movie Poster and Trailer

Tagline: "No One is Laughing Now." More details have been released for Robert Mearns' Kill Game. A trailer was recently released for this feature; the clip is hosted below. As well, a more official looking movie poster is available for this horror feature. Both items show a strangely masked serial killer. This murderer has a long memory as he or she slashes through several former friends and high school students. Kill Game stars Joe Adler (The Maze Runner), Pierson Fode (Indigenous), Laura Ashley and Ryan Carr. A second preview for the film is here. Kill Games takes place five years after high school and a fatal high school prank. Now, someone is hunting down the pranksters and no one will escape their encounter with this killer. The latest graphic shows a lot more polish, compared to the one shown here (Kill Game Concept Poster). This latest image, from Vantage Media International,
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Robert Mearns' Kill Game Partners with Vantage Media International: A Preview

Tagline: "One thing is certain...no one is laughing now." Vantage Media International has released a poster for Robert Mearns' Kill Game. This horror title is based on his earlier work titled "Prank" (2012). Both films deal with several friends, who enjoy playing pranks. But, one person is playing for keeps. The film stars Joe Adler (The Maze Runner), Pierson Fode (Indigenous), Laura Ashley and Ryan Carr. This title is completed and horror fans can preview story details here. The film begins five years after a tragic high school prank. Now, a masked killer is stalking the pranksters and this game will be just as bloody as the first. Vmi is a distribution company, which specializes in indie titles. So, a release date is expected soon, along with a trailer. A few more details on this title are below. Release Date: Tba. Director/writer: Robert Mearns. Cast: Joe Adler, Pierson Fode,
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