It’s time for Trailer Watch, where we unleash some new trailers for some upcoming indie genre films. So, let’s get st
First, we have the horror film Slayers, starring Thomas Jane, Lydia Hearst, Abigail Breslin, and Malin Akerman. The film comes out in select theaters, VOD, and Digital on October 21 from The Avenue.
Kick-ass vampire slayer, Elliot Jones (Thomas Jane), made it his life’s mission to take revenge on the bloodsuckers who murdered his teenage daughter. After years of tracking them, he has finally reached their secret and hidden base. But to get to them he will need to use a motley crew of social media superstars. Enter ‘The Stream Team’: party-girl Jules (Abigail Breslin), gen-z pro-gamer Flynn (Kara Hayward) and their team of trend-makers and breakers! With a hundred million-plus combined followers, they have attracted the attention of reclusive billionaire Beverly Rektor (Malin Akerman), who invites them to party at her multimillion-dollar vacation compound. They soon discover these rich people are none other than the ancient vampires that Elliot Jones is chasing. When the team is being held captive in a house of horrors to serve the vampires plan to take over the world, Elliott is their only hope of survival. As he links up with Flynn, a slayer in her own right, will he take down the vampire hoard and save The Stream Team?
The next is the war action film Operation Seawolf, starring Hiram Miller, Dolph Lundgren, and Frank Grillo. The film will hit theaters and VOD on October 7, then on Digital on October 25 from Shout! Factory
In the last days of WWII, Germany, desperate for any last grasp to defeat the allied powers, looked to their last remaining weapons and soldiers. The German Navy and the last remaining U-Boats formed together for one last mission to attack the United States Homeland. Captain Hans Kessler (Lundgren) a grizzled submarine commander from both world wars, is called into service to help turn the tide of the war. The mission was soon to be known as Operation Seawolf.
And that’s the Trailer Watch…for now. Check these films out in October!