Tuesday, February 9, 2016

VIDEO: The noir horror movie filmed at Disney finally has creepy trailer, terrifying poster

You might have heard about Escape From Tomorrow, the black-and-white horror movie filmed guerrilla style at Disney World over the course of three years. The film made a big splash at Sundance earlier this year and, surprisingly enough, managed to get a distribution deal and should be available in your living room on October 11th (plan accordingly).

VIDEO: The noir horror movie filmed at Disney finally has creepy trailer, terrifying poster

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You might have heard about Escape From Tomorrow, the black-and-white horror movie filmed guerrilla style at Disney World over the course of three years. The film made a big splash at Sundance earlier this year and, surprisingly enough, managed to get a distribution deal and should be available in your living room on October 11th (plan accordingly).

Now, that movie has a trailer and it's as creepy as you'd expect. Plus, the Disney-esque fonts and lovely/terrifying movie poster are only adding to the anticipation surrounding the film that looks to bring The American Dream to its knees. [h/t Indiewire]

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