The first trailer for Panic ‘Dying to Death’ is about a backyard dilemma
By Alex Billington
May 14, 2121
“Someone will ask …” Uncle’s Anti has released the official trailer for an indie horror-thriller movie. Digging towards death, Writer / director Michael P. From Blvins. “This June, dig into the past.” David Van Owen moved into a mysterious house and discovered a tombstone in his backyard, containing 3 3 million and a new body. What did he decide to do next? David hides the money in the room, only with his body buried … the acting ring Ford Austin, Tom Fitzpatrick, Rachel Alig, Why Hudson Campbell, Richard Rihel, With Clint Jung, Sumit Dang, And Brian Dodds. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like Al that sounds crap to me, Looks like Al that sounds crap to me, Looks like Al that sounds crap to me. Strange and boring, but the task with some awkward fun? Why? This is the horror genre above all.
Michael P. The official trailer (+ poster) of Blvins is here Digging towards deathDirectly from YouTube:
David (Ford Austin) bought a fixer-up house to recover and while digging a hole for a new septic tank he discovered a large box full of three million dollars in cash and a corpse. He is hesitant to report the body and lose or hide the money and recover the body elsewhere. What follows is a series of results that lead us to discover the Birded Key in our true backyard. Digging towards death Both are written and directed by indie filmmakers Michael P. Blvins, Director of the film Shoe store, Phelps Avenue, And Onion syrup Previously, and lots of other manufacturing work. It is produced by Thomas Bangart, Michael P. Blivins, Vanessa Jamaraipa. As far as we know it has not premiered at any festival. Uncorked will release Blvins Digging towards death Direct-to-VOD / DVD start June 1.
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