A trailer has been unveiled for the horror-comedy Live Evil and it’s visually impressive, with an interesting use of contrasting colours with black and white photography and a beautiful use of bright lighting. There is a very 80s vibe about it, probably thanks to the electronic synth-y soundtrack and Halloween setting, so it’s definitely sparked my attention. It doesn’t seem to be taking itself too seriously and the subtle comedy will hopefully heighten the fun.
When a small college town police station is besieged by “Evil” on a sleepy Halloween night, Pete, the sheriff, and Hancock, his loyal deputy, are thrown into the middle of holy chess-game that could destroy the town, and possibly the world.
Live-Evil will be shown at The Diabolique International Film Festival, The Horror in the Hills Film Festival and the North Carolina Festival later this year, so be sure to give it a watch if you’re planning to attend any of those.