TRICK trailer – the DRIVE ANGRY team of Patrick Lussier & Todd Farmer deliver new horror

TRICK trailer – the DRIVE ANGRY team of Patrick Lussier & Todd Farmer deliver new horror

Director Patrick Lussier and writer Todd Farmer have given us some fun films like MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3D and DRIVE ANGRY. Their newest offering is TRICK, a Halloween-set horror film with some fun familiar faces to the genre. The cast includes Omar Epps, Jamie Kennedy, Vanessa Aspillaga, Tom Atkins, Alex Breaux, llen Adair, and Kristina Reyes. Check out the first trailer and tell us your thoughts in the comments. Think this could be the birth of a new horror icon? Interesting bit of trivia, Patrick Lussier worked as an editor on the original SCREAM, and Todd Farmer wrote JASON X… so they’ve got roots in classic horror already!

A no-nonsense detective tries to track down a serial killer named Trick, who is terrorizing a small town.

TRICK opens October 18, 2019

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