Bloody Disgusting has partnered with SCREAMBOX to bring Terrifier 2 to theaters nationwide this fall before it arrives on the SCREAMBOX streaming platform, but first up director Damien Leone‘s hotly anticipated (and insanely gory) sequel is hitting the festival circuit.
The first stop on the tour is UK FrightFest, which takes place at London’s Cineworld Leicester Square and the Prince Charles Cinema from Thursday, August 25 – Monday, August 29.
Terrifier 2 premieres at UK FrightFest on Monday, August 29.
From Writer/Director Damien Leone (All Hallows’ Eve), the highly anticipated sequel to the cult-favorite slasher film welcomes back David Howard Thornton as the demonic killer, Art the Clown. Terrifier 2 also introduces Lauren LaVera as Sienna, who will become an instant fan favorite. Also returning is Samantha Scaffidi who will reprise her role as Victoria Heyes.
Horror icon Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp) also makes an appearance.
Terrifier 2 has Art the Clown up to his old tricks once again. Following his gruesome demise in the first film, a sinister presence has brought Art back to life to rein terror on the residents of Miles County. On Halloween night, he returns to the unassuming town and sets his sights on fresh prey: a teenage girl and her little brother, portrayed by LaVera and Elliott Fullam, respectively.
After the film’s planned theatrical release, Terrifier 2 will debut on SCREAMBOX. Powered by Bloody Disgusting, the horror streaming channel features a broad mix of content for casual and die-hard horror fans alike. Refreshed monthly with films and episodes delivering every type of terror imaginable, SCREAMBOX currently features classic horror films like Slumber Party Massacre and the original House on Haunted Hill, as well as horror series such as “The Island” and the iconic 80s horror series “Freddy’s Nightmares,” an anthology series based on A Nightmare on Elm Street. SCREAMBOX is available to stream on iOS, Android, Prime Video, YouTube TV, Comcast and screambox.com.
Subscriptions include unlimited movies and shows, with no ads: Month-to-month pricing is $4.99, while you can get discounted rates at 3 months ($11.99) or one year ($39.99).