Nightmare Cinema trailer unleashed

Every horror movie fan loves a good horror anthology, and one of the ones we're all looking forward to checking out the most is NIGHTMARE CINEMA starring Mickey Rourke. Our own Chris Bumbray reviewed the movie out of Fantastic Fest calling it "a fan-pleasing anthology" that makes for "a fun midnight movie" and "for the Dante segment alone it’s a must-see." Read our full review in the link below.

And today we (finally) have the movie's trailer to share with you guys. The trailer shows us a lot of the footage we already saw back in the movie's teaser trailer (which if you missed that you can check it out HERE). But that's all good as this new trailer showcases more than its fair share of new footage - and it all looks like a super bloody good time. Give it a look-see below and then let us know what you think!

For those who might not know, the film is a horror anthology made up of segments directed by the likes of Mick Garris (THE STAND), Joe Dante (GREMLINS), David Slade (30 DAYS OF NIGHT), Ryuhei Kitamura (MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN), and Alejandro Brugues (JUAN OF THE DEAD). The five of them take on a 20-minute segment of the anthology. The set-up centers on 

five unlucky individuals who are trapped and tortured by a mysterious projectionist as he plays each of their greatest fears on the theater's silver screen.

Rourke plays the projectionist, and the shorts he shows are Dead, written & directed by Garris; The Thing in the Woods, written & directed by Brugues; Mirari, which Dante directs from a script by Richard Christian Matheson; Mashit, directed by Kitamura and written by Sandra Becerril; and The Way to Egress, an adaptation of Lawrence C. Connolly's short story Traumatic Descent, which Slade directs from a script he wrote with Connolly.

Good Deed Entertainment and Cinelou Films co-produced and Good Deed's genre label Cranked Up teams with Shudder to release the movie in theatres and on VOD in 2019. It's rated R for "horror violence/gore, grisly images, language, some sexuality, and brief nude images."


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