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Modern Slasher from Terrifier Team Featuring Horror Icon Tony Todd

Several iconic stars of the horror genre have come together for a gruesome new slasher movie titled “Stream.” This film was brought to fruition through a successful Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. Recently, Variety exclusively shared the chilling trailer for the movie, which is set to hit theaters on August 21.

The cast of “Stream” features several horror legends including Tony Todd, known for his role in “Candyman,” Danielle Harris from “Halloween 4,” and Jeffrey Combs of “Re-Animator” fame. Also joining them is David Howard Thornton, widely recognized for his portrayal of Art the Clown in the “Terrifier” series, who will return to this iconic role in the upcoming “Terrifier 3” slated for release in October. Other notable actors in the film include Dee Wallace, Tim Reid, Charles Edwin Powell, Mark Holton, and Dave Sheridan.

“Stream” is described as a contemporary twist on the classic slasher formula. The story revolves around a hotel that masks a sinister and deadly secret. Roy and Elaine Keenan set out for a relaxing family vacation at this seemingly tranquil hotel, only to discover a horrifying truth. The hotel staff orchestrates a gruesome game where deranged murderers hunt and kill the guests. The more kills a murderer makes, the more points they accumulate.

In addition to the numerous familiar faces in the cast, fans of the “Terrifier” series have another reason to be excited. Damien Leone, the creator of “Terrifier,” has been involved in creating the practical gore effects for “Stream.” Leone’s work on “Terrifier” and “Terrifier 2” has set a high standard for gnarly and intense visual effects, making it intriguing to see what he brings to “Stream.”

As for its release, there has been no official announcement regarding when “Stream” will be available on digital platforms. However, it is anticipated that the movie could be accessible for home viewing by Halloween. For those eager to experience the film sooner, checking local theater listings for the August 21 release date is recommended. “Stream” promises to be a bloody and exhilarating spectacle perfect for genre enthusiasts.

Source: Variety