Exclusive Clip: Filmmaking is a horrific experience in Greenlight

Last Updated on July 30, 2021

The Horror Collective will be giving director Graham Denman's award-winning thriller GREENLIGHT a VOD and digital release on February 25th (watch it here) or on Itunes here. And today we've gotten our hands on an EXCLUSIVE clip from the film. That clip is embedded above, and is followed by the trailer.

Starring Chase Williamson, Shane Coffey, Nicole Alexandra Shipley, Evanne Friedmann, Chris Browning, Victor Turpin, and genre icon Caroline Williams, the film tells the following story: 

A director’s dream job quickly descends into a nightmare when he is forced to film a real-life murder.

The screenplay was written by Patrick R. Young. GREENLIGHT was financed by Talk Story Pictures and produced by Rudy Scalese. Greg Blunden, Pamela Blunden, and Phil Malaspina executive produced.

The clip above shows Williamson's character dealing with a pitch meeting that doesn't seem to be going very well, and ends with a funny reference to that ridiculous term "elevator horror".

GREENLIGHT looks like a good time to me, especially if it's going to be making a mockery of "elevated horror". I'll be checking it out when it's released later this month.

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