From the mad movie-making mind of writer/director Jaysen Buterin (Between Hell and a Hard Place, Don’t Let the Light In, The Corner), comes the new horror thriller, Kill Giggles. The teaser trailer for Kill Giggles just recently had its world premiere at the 2019 GenreBlast Film Festival and we’re stoked to share it with you. This festival had another successful year packed full of talent and excitement. Check out the teaser trailer down below!
“The GenreBlast Film Festival is such an amazing array of indie, underground and cult films, filmmakers and film lovers from around the world, that to be able to have a sneak peek at the movie magic we’ve made is both an honour and a privilege, stated director Jaysen Buterin.
“What Nathan and Chad and Raygan and Jessica have been able to create is nothing short of absolutely amazing!! I’ve been lucky enough to attend GenreBlast since the very first year and it just keeps getting bigger and better. It’s a genuine film family here and everyone has been so supportive of Kill Giggles so it just made sense to show the first footage here, especially since we’ll be back with the feature, and possibly the behind-the-scenes documentary, next year!”
Kill Giggles is a film we support 100 percent in all aspects. It has a killer and legendary cast starring Vernon Wells, Felissa Rose, Judith O’Dea, Ellie Church, and more!
Synopsis for Kill Giggles
Tommy dos Santos wasn’t born a psychopath, really, nor was he made into a sociopath, per se. He was something entirely new, and he was walking his own path – a path that will run red with the blood of the foulest most fiendishly frightening creatures ever conceived by man – CLOWNS. No longer the madmen and monsters that nightmares are made of, it is the clowns who are the victims now, running for their lives from a killer who won’t stop until every single one of them is dead.
As Tommy’s body count rises, he finds himself getting closer and closer to what he thought was a ghost, the once-great clown king known as “Giggles,” and wonders – if laughter can’t die, how about Giggles?
The film is expected to come out next year, so stay tuned for all things horror until then and keep your eyes open for any updates. We hope you enjoyed the teaser as much as we did. Beware though, they’re not lying when they call it a TEASE!