Horror trailers: 80’s throwback ‘Carver’ and British horror ‘The Devil’s Tower’ bring the gore


Two horror trailers here, one is an 80’s throwback feature directed by a 14 year old girl (!!!) while the second is a British zombie flick starring Jason Mewes and Roxanne Pallet.


This film is co-written and co-directed by 14 year old Emily DiPrimio. She made the film with her Father after a Kickstarter campaign helped them raise funds. The trailer is not bad considering.

Carver is about a group of teenagers who are haunted by a despicable act they committed on Halloween when they were younger. Their actions caused the deaths of three innocent people. Now, on the anniversary of those deaths, an ominous calling card in the form of a carved pumpkin has been placed at each of their homes. Someone is out for revenge. The question is…who?



The Devil’s Tower

Arriving on DVD & Blu-ray on 15th September is director Owen Tooth’s The Devil’s Tower. Jason Mewes, Roxanne Pallett, and Frances Ruffelle star.


Albion Court is the least ‘des res’ in the neighbourhood – a hangout for drug dealers, rife with squatters, and two residents recently died in an apparent bizarre suicide pact. Sarah (Pallett) has been thrown out by her abusive, alcoholic mother (Ruffelle) so she moves in to the notorious block.

Determined to make the best of things, Sarah tries to settle in; but she is disturbed by bizarre neighbours, strange sounds coming through the paper-thin walls, creepy images on the TV, and an overwhelming feeling that she is being watched. Things get a whole lot worse when a badly mutilated body is found hanging in the lift.

Sarah is now seriously petrified. More and more residents are disappearing so when the same thing happens to Sid’s (Jason Mewes) friend Paul (Jazz Lintott), he and Sarah decide to try to find out why they seem to have slipped in to a particularly gruesome episode of “The Twilight Zone.”




About Matt Wavish 10002 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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