Haunting & Creepy First Poster for 'ABCs of Death' Horror Anthology

April 2, 2012
Source: EW

ABCs of Death

We've already seen a bloody, insane bit of a tease for the horror anthology The ABCs of Death with segments from directors like Jason Eisener (Hobo with a Shotgun), Xavier Gens (Frontiers), Ti West (House of the Devil) and more,, not to mention the contest winning claymation short T is for Toilet from Lee Hardcastle, but now we have a cool new teaser poster for the outrageous looking film as well. It's just an adorable photo of a sweet baby being read a cute little bedtime story by Death. No big deal. I hear he tells the best stories. We're hoping this wild film gets released around Halloween, but stay tuned. Poster below!

Here's the first poster for Drafthouse Films' The ABCs of Death from EW:

ABCs of Death - Teaser Poster

From the directors of House of the Devil, Hobo With a Shotgun, A Serbian Film, You're Next & many more comes the genre film event of 2012. The ABCs of Death is an ambitious anthology film featuring segments directed by over two dozen of the world's leading talents in contemporary genre film. Inspired by children's educational books, The ABCs of Death is comprised of 26 individual chapters, each helmed by a different director assigned a letter of the alphabet. The directors were given free reign to choose a word to represent a form of death based on their letter. Lee Hardcastle's T is for Toilet was chosen to be the 26th segment in the film. Magnet will release The ABCs of Death in theaters sometime in 2012, but hasn't set a specific date yet.

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this is great love it

bob-dole_1=more+time on Apr 2, 2012


Thanks for posting this. Just for clarification tho. The redband trailer was for the 26th director competition. It actually has nothing to do with the final feature film. The official trailer has not been released yet but those who attended SXSW saw a teaser for the film.

Ant Timpson on Apr 2, 2012



Xerxexx on Apr 2, 2012


Dig it.

grimjob on Apr 2, 2012


So, 26 shortfilms in a row, at a length of 3-4-5mins each? Hmmm....

David Banner on Apr 3, 2012


That baby is what's really creeping me out!

Davide Coppola on Apr 3, 2012


this has potential - and speaking of that, where the hell is the sequel for "trick r treat"??? that was a great movie- it was SOOOOOO well done!

beevis on Apr 3, 2012


I agree...I love when anthology horror films find a way to tie all the different stories together using a common thread.

peloquin on Apr 3, 2012


big agree! and everything else about "TrT" was excellent - atmosphere,'ll be on my annual halloween movie  playlist forever.

beevis on Apr 4, 2012


There's not much else to add but I just had to agree with you all, loved it. It wasn't exactly scary but it didn't treat you like a kid either. Felt like the movie respected my intelligence

Barbara Ruiz on Apr 8, 2012


you know, i don't think a movie has to be "scary" to be a good halloween flick - i thought the atmosphere and stories of the film really captured halloween.

beevis on Apr 8, 2012


I absolutely agree with you,  it's kinds of what I was trying to hint at but guess it was a fail. So where'd you hear about the TrT sequel, I've looked into it but find mostly blogs that mention it which is fine but there's nothing like a more reputable source

Barbara Ruiz on Apr 11, 2012


sorry, barbara - i've seen nothing official on the trt sequel. the film was so popular and there has been a lot of talk from fans (like us) begging for it to happen. my feeling is, with all the distribution squabbles that went on with the first one, i'd be surprised if  a second gets made.........and that's  a shame.

beevis on Apr 11, 2012


Whats getting me is the list at the top that says from the directors mind is melting trying to think of what the people from metalocalypse, tokyo gore police and hitman will make-not to mention the others

Barbara Ruiz on Apr 8, 2012


looks sick yo

Daniel 'Ranger Danger' Felts on May 13, 2012

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