First Trailer for Indie Horror Anthology Film 'The Field Guide To Evil'

February 21, 2019
Source: YouTube

The Field Guide To Evil Trailer

"Eight tales of dark folklore. Eight countries." SuperLtd has debuted an official trailer for indie anthology horror film The Field Guide To Evil, which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival last year. This horror includes eight different segments that make up the full two-hour film, produced by the team behind The ABCs of Death series. Eight of the most exciting new voices in international horror were asked to draw upon the folklore of their own country, reimagining a legend through their unique (and often twisted) creative lens. "We can't wait for audiences to explore these diverse and dark paths they've created," says producer Ant Timpson. The segments are titled: "Palace of Horrors", "Al Karisi", "Die Trud", "The Melon Heads", "A Nocturnal Breath", "The Kindler & The Virgin", "The Cobblers' Lot", and "What Ever Happened to Panagas the Pagan?" This looks like it has some unique thrills, which should intrigue any/every horror fan out there.

Here's the first trailer (+ poster) for horror anthology film The Field Guide to Evil, direct from YouTube:

The Field Guide to Evil Film

The Field Guide to Evil Poster

A feature-length anthology film. They are known as myths, lore, and folktales. Created to give logic to mankind's darkest fears, these stories laid the foundation for what we now know as the horror genre. Eight of the most exciting new voices in international horror were asked to draw upon the folklore of their country, reimagining a legend through their own unique (and often twisted) creative lens. The Field Guide to Evil features segments by Veronika Franz & Severin Fiala (Goodnight Mommy, The Lodge), Peter Strickland (Berberian Sound Studio, The Duke of Burgundy, In Fabric), Agnieszka Smoczynska (The Lure, Fugue), Can Evrenol (Baskin, Housewife, Girl With No Mouth), Katrin Gebbe (Nothing Bad Can Happen, Pelican Blood), Calvin Reeder (The Rambler), Ashim Ahluwalia (Miss Lovely), and Yannis Veslemes (Norway). The film premiered at the SXSW Film Festival last year, and also played at Fantasia and the Night Visions Film Festival. SuperLtd will release The Field Guide to Evil anthology in theaters + on VOD starting March 29th coming up soon. For more info, visit their official website. Who's interested?

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It does look a bit generic to me ...

shiboleth on Feb 21, 2019


Shiet man! If this stuff looks generic to you I needs to see yous arty and fucked up stuff! Please share. (Not ment as provocation or taunt, I mean it)

ErrorSapiens on Feb 21, 2019


Everything is cool, of course. All right, I might be overstating something here, but one generic thing here for me is parceling the story in little bits and I got the notion that those stories don't necessary fall back in the same narrative. Having said that, the film deserves to be seen first before my final (or anyone's) judgment and there is possibility that, whether there's one multilayered or many different stories, the whole thing is not that bad or actually there might something good about it. As for my special, arty and fucked,up, stuff, I can't remember anything like that. I don't function like that, which means like having ready drawer in my head which can be opened on demand. But you're right, I've seen weird, unusual, strange, creepy and what not stuff over the years. When I remember something extraordinary (as of lately, Mandy with Nic Cage comes to my mind), I will try to post it here for you. In the meantime, cheers ...

shiboleth on Feb 23, 2019


The mouth monster looks great.

DAVIDPD on Feb 21, 2019


That looks fun.

cloberts19 on Feb 25, 2019

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