Kevin Smith has released a first trailer for his anthology horror movie, ‘Killroy Was Here’.
‘Killroy Was Here’ is in post-production and looking for a distribution deal but Kevin Smith has posted up a first trailer for his return to the horror genre as part of Comic-Con @ Home. Smith directs the film and co-wrote the story alongside Andy McElfresh (White Chicks).
Having enjoyed success with last year’s ‘Jay and Silent Bob Reboot‘, a film that taps into Smith’s popular slacker comedy movies, fans of Smith’s darker work, like ‘Red State’ and ‘Tusk’, will be hyped for ‘Killroy Was Here’.
The film is a horror anthology that very loosely draws inspiration from the “Kilroy Was Here” graffiti phenomenon that began during World War II.
Smith, once again, casts his ‘Hollywood Babble-On’ podcast co-host, Ralph Garman as well as his daughter, Harley-Quinn Smith. Both of whom feature prominently in this first trailer. Indeed we see Ms Smith hacked in the face with a machete. That’s love.
Justin Kucsulain (Homeland, Sleepy Hollow) stars as the tituar Killroy. Ryan O’Nan (Fargo), Azita Ghanizada (Good Trouble) and Chris Jericho (Jay and Silent Bob Reboot) also feature.
No release date has been set for ‘Killroy Was Here’ at this time and the film is still listed as being in post-production.