“There’s blood everywhere!” in musical new trailer for horror film ‘Muck’





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Steve Wolsh’s sexy, violent horror, Muck, looks awesome, and I cannot wait to see it. Now, while we have already seen a couple of trailers for the film, I will not complain at another one, and another one has just arrived and is just as much fun as the previous trailers.

Featuring a slightly bizarre soundtrack which doesn’t work, but oddly DOES work, the trailer is filled with all sorts of violence, gore and half naked girls, so plenty to please all horror fans here. Enjoy!

According to the films Facebook page, Muck is the second part of a trilogy and features no CGI. It is also likened to a cross between The Hills Have Eyes merged with Evil Dead meets Die Hard.

Written and directed by Steve Wolsh, the film stars Lachlan Buchanan, Puja Mohindra, Bryce Draper, Stephanie Danielson, Laura Jacobs, Grant Alan Ouzts, Lauren Francesca, 2012 Playmate of the Year Jaclyn Swedberg, and Kane Hodder as Grawesome Crutal.

Synopsis:

After narrowly escaping an ancient burial ground, long forgotten and buried underneath the marshes of Cape Cod, a group of friends emerge from the thick, marshy darkness, tattered and bloody, lucky to be alive. They have already lost two of their friends in the marsh, presumably dead. They stumble upon an empty Cape Cod vacation house alongside the foggy marsh and break in to take shelter. Whatever was in the marsh is still after them, and soon after one of them goes for help, the rest of the group learns that the evil in the marsh is not the only thing that wants them dead. Something worse, something more savage, was lying in wait just outside the marsh, in the house. What happens next is unspeakable, horror that cannot be unseen. These unlucky travelers spend their St. Patrick’s Day trapped between two evils forcing them to fight, die, or go back the way they came.

 

 

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Matt Wavish
About Matt Wavish 10125 Articles
A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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