Exclusive Look: 'V is for Vacation' From 'ABCs of Death 2' Anthology
by Ethan Anderton
October 2, 2014
There's not much to offer this fall in the vein of films that will be in the spirit of Halloween, at least when it comes to major releases on the big screen, but there are some great indie horror flicks coming to limited theaters and VOD this season. One of those treats is ABCs of Death 2, the second horror anthology with gruesome and scary stories to go with each letter of the alphabet. We've already seen a twisted red band trailer for the flick, and now we have an exclusive first look at one of the segments, V is for Vacation, from director Jerome Sable. We'll also have an interview and a special guest blog soon. See photo below!
Here's the first image from the ABCs of Death 2 segment V is for Vacation from Magnet Releasing:
In addition, to celebrate the VOD release on October 2nd (yes, that's tomorrow), producers Tim League, Ant Timpson and the international filmmakers behind the highly anticipated horror anthology sequel will be holding a Live Twitter #DeathParty starting at 10:00 PM ET the night of the VOD release. Join in the conversation and watch 26 new ways to die along with the creators using the creepy hashtag #DeathParty.
ABCs of Death 2 is the follow-up to the horror anthology ABCs of Death, with productions spanning from Nigeria to UK and everywhere in between. Alejandro Brugués, Bill Plympton, Chris Nash, Dennison Ramalho, Erik Matti, Evan Katz, Hajime Ohata, Jen and Sylvia Soska, Jerome Sable, Jim Hosking, Juan Martinez Moreno, Julian Barratt, Julian Gilbey, Julien Bustillo and Alexandre Maury, Kristina Buozyte and Bruno Samper, Lancelot Imasuen, Larry Fessenden, Marvin Kren, Robert Boocheck, Robert Morgan, Rodney Ascher, Soichi Umezawa, Steven Kostanski, Todd Rohal and Vincenzo Natali all directed segments in the sequel arriving on VOD October 2nd and limited theaters this Halloween, October 31st. Ready?
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