Subsequent 12 months kicks off with notable horror films together with Scream (1/14), Morbius (1/28), and The Black Telephone (2/4), however you may not need to overlook Warhunt from Saban Movies, a World Conflict II-set horror film that provides rise to a fairly spectacular trailer this afternoon.
Mickey Rourke, Jackson Rathbone (Twilight), and Robert Knepper star within the supernatural horror film, In Theaters, On Demand and Digital on January twenty first, 2022.
The trailer begins very very like Overlord, with a airplane taking place and a bunch of troopers uncovering a supernatural evil. The U.S. troopers uncover lifeless our bodies with their inner organs eliminated, and it will appear that sinister demons are prowling round within the woods behind enemy traces. “I’m going to get my boots slightly soiled,” Mickey Rourke says within the trailer, which then cuts to a shot of Rourke, sporting a gold eyepatch over one eye, blasting away at *one thing* with a machine gun. Mickey Rourke vs. World Conflict II demons. Yup. Bought.
Watch the trailer for Warhunt under!
The movie is ready in 1945…
“A US navy cargo airplane loses management and violently crashes behind enemy traces in the midst of the German black forest. Instantly ruthless Main Johnson (Mickey Rourke) sends a squad of his bravest troopers on a rescue mission to retrieve the highest secret materials the airplane was carrying. Led by Sergeant Brewer (Robert Knepper) and Walsh (Jackson Rathbone), the troopers enterprise deep into the forest close to the crash website. They quickly uncover hanged Nazi troopers and different lifeless our bodies bearing historic, magical symbols. Instantly their compasses fail, their perceptions twist and straying from the group results in profound horror as they’re attacked by a robust, supernatural power. Combating for the dainty and struggling to outlive they need to uncover the surprising fact behind the power earlier than the Nazis and do every thing they will to take away all proof it ever existed, even at the price of their very own lives.”
Reggie Keyohara III and Scott Svatos wrote the movie, directed by Mauro Borrelli.