Fans are finally getting a glimpse at Nothing Left to Fear, the upcoming horror film co-produced and scored by Slash, who premiered the film’s trailer last week at Comic-Con and online recently via Fandango.
Featuring an introduction from the former lead Guns N’ Roses axeman himself, the three-minute video gives a sneak peek into that bloodcurdling series of events that begin to unfold when an innocent family moves to a small Kansas town that just so happens to be home to one of the seven gateways to Hell.
“Prepare… for Hell… unleashed,” rolls the text over the terrifically horrifying trailer, which also features snippets of the film’s soundtrack—the brainchild of Slash and Nick O’Toole, with the title track featuring vocals by Myles Kennedy.
Starring Anne Heche and James Tupper, Nothing Left to Fear will hit select theaters on October 4—the same day we can expect the film’s soundtrack to drop. By pre-ordering the soundtrack via Slash’s project site at PledgeMusic, fans gain exclusive access to behind-the-scenes interviews, early views of soundtrack art, signed merchandise, and an immediate download of one song from the soundtrack upon pledging.
For more information on Nothing Left to Fear, check out the film’s Facebook page. Watch the trailer from Slash’s first horror flick below and tell us what you think in the comments section!
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