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Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Horror Gets Colorful On Gorgeous ‘The Spine of Night’ Poster [Exclusive]

Bloody Disgusting presents an exclusive look at the official poster art for the animated fantasy-horror movie The Spine of Night, which is coming to theaters, Digital, and On Demand on October 29, 2021, with a release through Shudder to follow likely sometime next year.

Meagan wrote of the film in her SXSW review, “It’s an ambitious, high-concept fantasy anthology epic that spans time, leaving a trail of bodies and entrails in its wake.”

“This epic begins many years ago when an ambitious young man steals forbidden knowledge from a sacred plant and, as he falls to its darker temptations, unleashes ages of suffering onto mankind. As his power grows over the years, there are many who stand against him. Among them are a daring tomb-robber, star-crossed lovers, a maniacal necromancer, winged assassins, and an undying guardian.”

The Spine of Night is an ultra-violent, hand-rotoscoped epic fantasy inspired by the cult classic works of animators Ralph Bakshi and Frank Frazetta. The film is set in a fantasy land ripe with magic and intrigue where a dark force is unleashed sending mankind into an age of ruin. It falls on heroes from different eras and cultures to fight back.”

Written and directed by Philip Gelatt and Morgan Galen King, the animated film stars Richard E. Grant, Lucy Lawless, Patton Oswalt, Betty Gabriel and Joe Manganiello.

Abby Savage, Larry Fessenden and Rob McClure also star.

Watch the red band trailer here.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/exclusives/3686814/horror-gets-colorful-gorgeous-spine-night-poster-exclusive/

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