“Blood on the ground means points on the board.”
Terrifier 3–the next installment in the ultra-gory slasher series–won’t hit theaters until late next year, but the film’s producers plan to debut another horror film in the meantime.
The new feature–Stream–was shot soon after Terrifier 2, with that film’s director, Damien Leone, handling the special effects and Michael Leavy behind the cameras. Check out the first trailer for the movie on this page.
Stream–which does not yet have an exact 2024 theatrical release date–follows Roy and Elaine Keenan, who try to save their fractured family by recreating a family vacation from their past.
Unfortunately, the hotel they chose for their getaway is being stalked by four killers. And, as the hotel guests all become more and more paranoid and frightened, no one knows who to trust–with good reason. A mysterious character (Jeffrey Combs of Re-Animator fame) has become the host of a “deadly game-show survival gauntlet.”
The rest of the all-star genre cast includes Danielle Harris (Halloween 4), Dee Wallace (The Howling), Tony Todd (Candyman), Felissa Rose (Terrifier 2), Mark Holton (Leprechaun), David Howard Thornton (Art the Clown from the Terrifier franchise), Charles Powell (Exorcist III), Bob Adrian (The Conjuring 2) and Terry Kiser (Friday the 13th).
Keep reading Horror News Network for all further updates on Stream.