New Trailer and Poster released for thseasonal horror Holiday Hell

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The theatrical season begins October 11 with L.A (October 11-17; Laemmle Monica Film Center), Portland (October 26 & 27) and Seattle (Nov 1-7). More theatrical sessions to be announced.

LA – Oct 11-17 – Laemmle Monica Film Center
Portland – Oct 26 & 27 – Clinton Street Theater
Seattle – Nov 1-7 – Grand Illusion Cinema

The highly-anticipated yuletide horror haunt will then be available exclusively on Tubi exclusive 10/15 and Digital and DVD 11/5 from Uncork’d Entertainment.

Starring horror icon Jeffrey Combs (Re-Animator), Joel Murray (Hatchet), Jeff Bryan Davis (Killer Pad), Lisa Coronado (“Twin Peaks”), and Meagan Karimi-Naser (Dead West), the frighteningly-festive horror anthology features segments directed by Jeff Ferrell (Ghostlight), Jeremy Berg (The Invoking), Jeff Vigil and David Burns.

On Christmas Eve, a woman enters a curiosity shop looking for a last-minute gift. There, she meets a mysterious shopkeeper who tells her the horrific stories behind four objects in the shop. As he weaves tales of killer dolls, witches and psycho Santas, the woman senses she might be in danger. She has until midnight to choose her gift, but will she choose wisely?

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