New Slasher Flick, Pitchfork, Drops Teaser Trailer

Pitchfork

Leatherface, Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger. The horror genre is filled to the t**s with well-known slasher killers. But director Glenn Douglas Packard believes there’s room for one more. Pitchfork is written by Packard and Darryl F. Gariglio and stars Daniel Wilkinson, Brian RaetzLindsey Nicole, Ryan Moore, Celina Beach, Nicole Dambro, and Keith Webb. A teaser trailer recently dropped. Check out the press release (which also contains the plot crunch:

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Pioneer Motion Pictures Debuts New Teaser for Pitchfork

Emmy Nominee Glenn Douglas Packard Makes Directorial Debut With New Slasher Film

Los Angeles, CA – Pioneer Motion Pictures has unleashed a new teaser and poster for the new slasher film Pitchfork.  The first film from Emmy-nominated choreographer Glenn Douglas Packard, Pitchfork kicks off a new franchise of horror, sending a broken and misshapen beast on a rampage fueled by secrets and betrayal.
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Co-written by Packard and executive producer Darryl F. Gariglio, Pitchforkpresents a new monster for the ages, joining the pantheon that has terrified audiences for decades as mutilated bodies pile up in their wake.  Daniel Wilkinson stars as the titular Pitchfork, joined by Brian Raetz, Lindsey Nicole, Ryan Moore, Celina Beach, Keith Webb, Sheila Leason, Nicole Dambro and Vibhu Raghave.

Having recently shared a life-changing secret with his family, Hunter recruits his friends to come with him from New York to the farm where he grew up as he faces his parents for the first time.  As the college students enjoy the fresh air of Michigan farm country, an older, more dangerous secret slowly emerges.  While Hunter navigates a new place within his conservative family, a vicious creature from their past descends on the farm, putting the unsuspecting city kids in mortal danger.

Pitchfork will world premiere in 2016.

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