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More exclusive pics, plus trailer: “KILD TV”

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We first told you here about the on-air-murder movie KILD TV, and now we’ve got some more exclusive photos to share, plus a trailer.

Shot in Texas, KILD TV was directed by William Collins from a Channing Whitaker script, with Mike Muscal producing. D.C. Douglas, Astrea Campbell-Cobb, Dan Braverman, Jared Doreck, Heather Williams, Aleeah Rogers and Grace Johnston, with makeup FX by Hawgfly Productions. We also have a longer synopsis:

KILDTVNEWEXCPICSNEWS5“A determined TV journalist cracks a series of unsolved killings and prepares an exposé for broadcast, all the while keeping secret that the twisted killer works at his own station. As he covertly prepares, a skeleton crew begins to air their live, late-night horror show, featuring a ghoulish host named Dr. Perseco. Unbeknownst to all, one crewmember has already been viciously murdered and her body hidden. A violent thunderstorm rolls in as two more of the crew and the journalist disappear.

“The TV show continues until the mutilated body of one of the missing is discovered. The crew frantically tries to flee the building, only to find all lines of escape and communication sabotaged. They are trapped inside with the killer somewhere in the station! Lightning strikes, leaving only emergency power and one hope for rescue; they must broadcast or die. They plead for help on the air, but the plan fails when viewers believe it’s just a hoax. No help is coming, more brutally slain bodies turn up and the pressure mounts to identify the killer before another is found slaughtered. As the mystery unravels, it becomes clear that the killer is among them. Friends and colleagues begin distrusting each other, and with every step inching closer to discovering the killer, another body falls.”

For more on KILD TV, check out its Facebook page.

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