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A new trailer for The Dark Tapes (review) has come out, and it mixes showing off footage from the anthology found footage horror flick with boasting the various awards and accolades it has received over the years. The full list of these can be found on the film’s official website.

From the Press Release:
Film financier and distributor Epic Pictures Releasing announces the release of the multi-award winning anthology film The Dark Tapes. The film will have a limited engagement in Los Angeles on March 17th and will be available on VOD platforms April 18th.

The Dark Tapes is a horrifying blend of terror and mayhem that takes the viewer on a twisted journey into the world of paranormal activity, demonic possession, and the supernatural. The cast includes a who’s who of genre talent: Cortney Palm (Sushi Girl, Zombeavers, Death House), Brittany Underwood (Nickelodeon’s “Hollywood Heights”), and Emilia Ares Zorayn (Amazon’s “Bosch,” V/H/S: Viral). To date, the film has garnered 57 awards and nominations on the festival circuit, placing it #2 all-time for “found footage” movies (source: IMDb.com), right after the 1999 original worldwide smash The Blair Witch Project. The Dark Tapes was directed by Michael McQuown and Emmy Award-winning makeup effects artist Vincent J. Guastini (Requiem for a Dream, The Last of the Mohicans).

Epic Pictures handled the worldwide distribution (excluding North America) of Sundance’s scariest film, V/H/S, and its sequel, V/H/S VIRAL. They have theatrically distributed popular films such as Saturn Award winner Big Ass Spider!; Rondo Award-winning horror anthology Tales of Halloween; Saturn, Rondo, SXSW, Fantasia winner and Sundance favorite Turbo Kid; festival favorite JeruZalem; and SXSW favorite Nina Forever.

Patrick Ewald, CEO of Epic Pictures, said, “The Dark Tapes is already being recognized as one of the top 2017 horror films to look out for, and we can’t wait to release it for the fans to see.”

A spin-off film, The Darker Paths, involving some of the same characters and themes, is set to go into production this spring.

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