Terror Films has a fantastic October planned, and it includes giveaways to attendees of HorrorCon in Los Angeles, the opportunity to watch their fantastic Hell House LLC films for free, and and a 13 Nights of Terror event.
If you are a fan of horror movies, you certainly know Terror Films, they are the folks responsible for all three Hell House LLC films and The Taking of Deborah Logan. Hell House LLC is a top favorite of mine, and I have watched it multiple times.
The Halloween fun kicks off on October 1st and 2nd at HorrorCon, which is happening at the LA Convention Center. Terror Films will be hosting a booth at the convention, and fans who stop by for a photo will receive freebies. If you are in the LA area, you can get tickets here.
If you are among the unfortunates who have not seen Hell House LLC and Hell House LLC II: The Abaddon Hotel, you now have the chance to remedy that, and it won’t cost you a dime. From the 6th to the 13th, both films will be available to watch for free on Terror Films’ YouTube AVOD channel, and the premiere of Hell House LLC III: Lake of Fire will be October 14. This will be the first time the third film has been available to watch on demand in Canada, the US or UK since it was acquired in 2019 as a Shudder Exclusive.
As a special treat, there will be a live chat event with Producer Joe Bandelli and Hell House LLC writer/director Stephen Cognetti. We are also being teased that there will be a special announcement about the film franchise, so visit YouTube to save the date.
How can fans watch the Terror Films offerings?
From October 19th to Halloween, Terror Films will present 13 Nights of Terror on their official AVOD YouTube channel, with a new film releasing each night. Included will be 7 films that have not released on the channel yet and 6 new releases. We are looking at films such as Unearthed and Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary, The Ghost Lights, Greywood’s Plot!, Lillth, The Wild Man, The Taking of Deborah Logan and The Evil Rises.
All of the featured films during the 13 Nights of Terror event will include live chats with the casts and filmmakers. And as if that wasn’t enough of a Halloween celebration, Terror Films also has more than 30 movies from their library going live throughout October on the AVOD platform ROKU.
For more info on Terror Films, visit their website at www.TerrorFilms.net.
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