The Hangman Is Back and Thirsty for More Blood
We finally have a trailer for The Gallows Act II . This suite has been in development for some time and has in fact been completed, or at least slaughtered, in recent years, based on previous reports. Of course, delayed releases are rarely a good sign for a movie, let alone for a low-budget horror movie. That being said, for those who have enjoyed the first entry, it looks a lot like what was cut from the same fabric as The Hangman is back for more blood.
The trailer is only a teaser and chooses to focus on a scene during the major part of his 90 seconds of execution, instead of showing us as much. We see teenagers gathered around us to read a play on the hanged man. Things then become a little awesome in a kind of horror movie not so good, before they quickly escalate into mortals. We then see several plans succeed one another detailing the carnage that is preparing. He maintains the aesthetics of the found images of his predecessor and feels very much at the universe of what he was before.
The filmmakers Travis Cluff and Chris Lofing come back for the sequel, which they also wrote. The cast includes Jono Cota, Jener Dasilva and Brittany Falardeau. Blumhouse director Jason Blum is a producer alongside Guymon Casady, Dean Schnider and Benjamin Forkner. It had previously been revealed that the suite had been tested in 2017. Why did it take so long to get an exit? All we can do is to speculate on that one. Take back pictures? Conflicts over the final product? Anyway, he's finally coming out. In addition to the trailer, a poster of the suite was unveiled with the slogan "Evil chooses you."
The Gallows: Act II is centered on Auna Street, a teenage girl and aspiring actress, who logs on to a grim website. Unfortunately, as a result of this action, Auna soon finds herself trapped in the evil world of a cursed play, The Gallows. After playing a part of the room for her small Internet fan base, she quickly reaches the celebrity she so desperately aspires. But he also comes with a twisted challenge from a deadly spirit, The Hangman.
The Gallows was originally published in 2015 and has proven to be a financial success. With a tiny budget of $ 2 million, the horror movie found brought in $ 43 million worldwide. As such, a sequel has quickly entered the development. This despite the fact that he claims only a 16 percent approval rate on rotten tomatoes. But money speaks in these situations. The Gallows: Act II is due out in some theaters on October 25, just before Halloween. The film will also be available via digital retailers and on demand the same day. Do not forget to watch the trailer of the YouTube channel JoBlo Horror by yourself.