Corey Feldman stars in The Sunday Night Slaughter, a new Pulp Horror Anthology movie that is set to hit the festival circuit later in 2018 with a release date in early 2019. Feldman is hunting down sexual predators in the movie, but there's a twist. The role is perfect for Feldman and his recent Truth Campaign, while also having some fun in an absurd horror movie. News of Corey Feldman joining the cast of The Sunday Night Slaughter first popped up over the summer when pictures of him on the set were shared on social media.

The Sunday Night Slaughter features terror unfolding in a quiet suburban town after the most destructive demon in the galaxy is accidentally unleashed, which sets in motion a butterfly effect series of events that affects the citizens in mysterious and horrific ways. Corey Feldman (The Goonies, Lost Boys) plays James Diamond, an eccentric television host who exposes sexual predators who must now face the biggest challenge of his career when a predator turns out to be not what they seem. Maria Olsen (Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief, Starry Eyes) plays Eeopodan, Eater of Souls and the demon who threatens the safety of the planet. Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp) plays Detective Kelly Stone mother of Tate Stone (Chad Addison), who are the lone survivors of dual horrific massacres.

The Sunday Night Slaughter also stars Jessica Cameron (Truth or Dare), Arielle Brachfeld (Axeman 2: Overkill) Devanny Pinn (Escape from Ensenada), Nandini Bapat (Scream Queens), Steve Wu (60 Seconds to Die), and Will Green (1 Buck). The first teaser trailer for The Sunday Night Slaughter features all of the cast in different situations, from heads getting blown off to weird little demon creatures and clowns. Basically, it looks like the Pulp Horror Anthology will cover all of the bases.

The Sunday Night Slaughter is an Anti Hero Production, which was written and directed by Edward Payson. Payson is best known for his directorial debut, the 2008 horror indie Morbid: a Love Story, the story of a high school serial killer, who was also the protagonist. The horror movie received good reviews for turning the tables and making something that was unique. Edward Payson is also known for his documentary work. In 2011, Payson made the documentary Unsigned, which follows three unsigned rock bands and their quest for fame.

There is no official release date for The Sunday Night Slaughter, but as noted earlier, it's expected to hit the festival circuit later this year with a release date aiming for early 2019. It was anticipated that this thriller would be out in time for last Halloween, but that didn't happen, and a release for this Halloween seems unlikely as well. For now, you can check out the awesomely absurd trailer below full of demons, clowns, psychopaths, Corey Feldman as TV host, cannibals, and much much more, provided by Superman232386's YouTube channel. It should be noted that the trailer is NSFW.

Sunday Night Slaughter poster

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