Ron McLellen is the writer/director of the upcoming horror film All Hallows Evil: Lord of the Harvest, and he’s just sent us the new trailer with a jamming soundtrack that is simply loaded with horrific creatures. You’ve gotta see it.
In just the trailer, which runs less than three minutes, we were able to spot a werewolf, a witch, an orc-like demon creature, a possessed scarecrow as well as the old Super Loops carnival ride, a very Michael Myers-esque kid in a clown costume, two knights (looked like from The Crusades era), a swordfight and no shortage of blood puking scenes. Imagine what the feature length film contains! We’re exhausted just thinking about it.
All Hallows Evil: Lord of the Harvest is written and directed by Ron McLellen (Jack O’Lantern) of Southlan-Films. The film is produced by McLellen and Eric Burton, and stars Alyssa Lewis, Ian Isaksson, Rusty Smith, Adam Rosenberg (‘Teen Wolf”), Sonya Thompson (“The Walking Dead”), Ashlyn Henson, Kenny Caperton and Joshua Haire. The majority of the movie was filmed in the beautiful small town of Rome, Georgia, but several scenes were shot at Kenny Caperton’s infamous Myers House NC, which is a life-size replica of the Michael Myers house from John Carpenter’s Halloween.
All Hallows Evil is scheduled to be released in October 2012 but is still working out distribution. For more information, check out the All Hallows Evil: Lord of the Harvest official Facebook page.
The sleepy town of Hallowed Hill is known by many as the Halloween capitol of the world because of its history and its pagan origins. People from all around come to visit the town on the night of All Hallows Eve.
Two hundred years ago, on Halloween, a great evil was unleashed on the town by a witch who dabbled in the black arts. After a long night of mayhem brought on by this terrible evil, a select group of townsfolk were able to stop the witch and dispatch the evil back into the darkness from whence it came.
Now, 200 years later, a young girl finds an ancient pagan book archived deep in the old cellar of the local library, and with the help of her wicked foster mother, the two again release the evil Sam Hain from his hell-bound prison to once again wreak havoc on Halloween night. The question is, can the town join together to stop the evil, or will Hallowed Hill be completely devoured by the Lord of the Harvest.
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