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Trailer: Murdering Teens Rampage in EXTRACURRICULAR

Extracurricular is a horror film from production house September 17 Studio and director Ray Xue (Transcendent). The film’s script was written by Matthew Abrams and Padgett Arango. Together, these filmmakers have created a unique horror film, one which brings several high-school students together for a common bloody purpose. Reminiscent of the Leopold and Loeb killers, Extracurricular’s story involves a murder-for-fun club, leading to one terrifying night. Starring Keenan Tracey (Polaroid), Brittany Raymond (Dare Me), Spencer Macpherson (Brotherhood), Brittany Teo and Luke Goss, Samuel Goldwyn Films will release this tightly wound thriller later this month.

Taking place on Halloween night, this small town is set to experience something truly horrific. And, instead of one or two killers, there are four! Ian (Macpherson), Derek (Tracey), Jenny (Teo) and Miriam (Raymond) have chosen their next victims. Now, they must put a plan together to get in and out, before the authorities catch-up to them. But, on this night, these four high-schoolers encounter unexpected setbacks and their plans fall apart. Now, it is rush to cover up their crimes – before their families and community find out the truth.

On January 17th, Extracurricular will be available on most online digital platforms across the United States. Give the trailer a spin at the top of the article!

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Written by Josh Millican

Josh Millican is the Editor in Chief at Dread Central.

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