TERRIFIER 2 Has Been Officially Submitted for Oscars with an Insane New Trailer

Terrifier 2

Terrifier 2 is impressing horror fans and audiences all over the world, and it’s making them throw up or just pass out! This movie has been a massive surprise hit, and now the creative team behind it has officially presented it for Oscar consideration, and there’s a fantastic and insane new trailer that was cut together for the occasion as well. It’s completely bonkers, but it’s a grand marketing play!

Bloody-Disgusting shared the following note with the trailer:

“In all seriousness, it’s absolutely insane that this ultra-slasher is actually playing in theaters across the country. The film managed to escape into theaters across the country completely uncut and gory as can be. We broke all the rules and fans rewarded us with tremendous support that shook the system to its core. And we’ve got the vomit stories to prove it. Meant to play in only a handful of theaters over the course of a single weekend, Terrifier 2 is now expanding to 1,500 theaters going into Halloween weekend – the widest release for unrated horror… ever?!

“Terrifier 2 is about as anti-Hollywood as you can get and yet, it’s hanging with the big boys. To date, the gruesome unrated slasher sequel has sliced into more than $5.5 million in theaters, and not a penny of that could’ve been made without YOU, the fans of extreme horror who believed in Art the Clown’s epic return as much as we did when we first laid eyes on this beast.”

In the movie, Art the Clown is up to his old tricks once again. “Following his gruesome demise in the first film, a sinister presence has brought Art back to life to rein terror on the residents of Miles County. On Halloween night, he returns to the unassuming town and sets his sights on fresh prey: a teenage girl and her little brother, portrayed by LaVera and Elliott Fullam, respectively.”

The movie is in theaters right now.

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