In Theaters & On Demands on June 21:

April 23rd, 2019

It’s official! This summer, Mickey Rourke’s Projectionist will unleash 100 years of nightmares onto a silver screen that never forgets.

According to Cranked-Up Films, the new feature Nightmare Cinema will be released to theatres and on demand on June 21.

Reviewer Mike Sprague sums up the film this way:

Rourke plays the projectionist, and the shorts he shows are Dead, written & directed by Garris; The Thing in the Woods, written & directed by Brugues; Mirari, which Dante directs from a script by Richard Christian Matheson; Mashit, directed by Kitamura and written by Sandra Becerril; and The Way to Egress, an adaptation of Lawrence C. Connolly’s short story Traumatic Descent, which Slade directs from a script he wrote with Connolly.

You can check out the official trailer below, then stand by for more details on the theatrical premiere of the film that has been called one of the most anticipated horror films of 2019.

“Welcome to my nightmare!”

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