A new trailer has surfaced on-line for horror anthology The Penny Dreadful Show, and along with it comes an official poster!
We first reported on this film well over a year ago when a special Christmas trailer was revealed, and back then my understanding was that the anthology contained four short films, all tied together by presenter Penny Dreadful (Eliza Swenson). However, the new trailer states only three short films are included, so I am not sure what has happened to the fourth. Here is what was initially included in the anthology when we last reported on it:
Slash-In-The-Box: Written and Directed by Nick Everhart
The Scout: Written and Directed by Nick Everhart
The Slaughter House: Written and Directed by Leigh Scott
The Morning After: Written and Directed by Eliza Swenson
I am guessing that one of those titles listed above is the title for the ‘wrap-around’ presentation by Penny Dreadful.
Anyway, the new trailer looks a lot of fun, and while it doesn’t quite show as much as the previous trailer, it still has me looking forward to seeing it. Check out the trailer and poster below after this vital information.
The Penny Dreadful Picture Show will star Sid Haig (Devil’s Rejects), Jeffery Combs (Re-animator), Devanny Pinn (Nude Nuns With Big Guns), Josh Hammond (Jeepers Creepers 2), and Eliza Swenson as the title character Penny Dreadful. Supporting cast members include former WWE Superstar Al Snow, Kristina Hammond (American Girls), Brandon Stacy (Dead Men Walking), Alexis Iacono (The Black Dahlia Haunting), Barry Ratcliffe (Vivid), and Collin Galyean (House of Bones).
Each of the short films will focus on the history of horror from the decades of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s.
There are no details on a release date as yet, but to keep up to date with the film you can ‘like’ the Facebook page.
We have already given you a glimpse at how good this project will be with Nick Everhart’s short film ‘Slash-in-the-Box. We shared the short film with you back in 2011 right here, so please check it out if you haven’t already, it is very impressive.