Posted on May 22, 2013 AT 10:09pm
Chiller may be ‘Scary Good’, but they haven’t really had a lot of original movies, from my experience. Perhaps with Chilling Visions: 5 Senses of Fear, they aim to change that.
‘Five short films. Five ground-breaking visions. Five reasons to be scared senseless.’
From the Chiller press release:
On Friday, May 31 @ 9pm, Chiller presents the debut of its first-ever anthology film, Chilling Visions: 5 Senses of Fear. The film comprises five unique – and hair-raising – takes on the human senses, each the vision of select up-and-coming writer/directors (including 20-year-old phenom Emily Hagins, who recently debuted her newest feature, Grow Up Tony Phillips, at SXSW 2013):
Smell: Nick Everhart (2012 Doomsday)
See: Miko Hughes (Directorial Debut; Actor: Pet Semetary, New Nightmare, Steve Niles’ Remains)
Touch: Emily Hagins (Grow Up, Tony Phillips; My Sucky Teen Romance)
Taste: Eric England (Madison County, Roadside)
Listen: Jesse Holland and Andy Mitton (YellowBrickRoad)
5 Senses of Fear is produced by Andrew Gernhard, Zach O’Brien and Colin Theys for Synthetic Cinema International.
I love anthology style horror films, especially when the shorts/vignettes are interconnected, like the 2007 Trick ‘r Treat. The trailer is only a minute long, but it’s enough of a tease to want to tune in and … get a sense of things.
Chilling Visions: 5 Senses of Fear will air Friday, May 31st at 9pm ET. Get your DVR ready, if you think you can handle it!
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