Tuesday, June 04, 2019

A Killer Unicorn Stalks the Underground Drag Queen Dance Scene in Brooklyn: Release Details

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Killer Unicorn is a slasher film, from Brooklyn, New York. Set in the underground Drag Queen party scene, Killer Unicorn involves a stalk-and-chase plotline, in which one vengeful murderer is targeting everyone else. Recently acquired by Indican Pictures, this title stars several colourful characters including: Lady Havok, Isis Vermouth and Latrice Royale. This indie film was directed by Drew Bolton, from a script by Jose D. Alvarez. Horror fans, in the United States, will be able to see Killer Unicorn in theatres, next week; a look ahead to the film's wide, domestic release is hosted here.

The filmmakers have compared this horror title to others. Writer Alvarez mentions being inspired by John Waters and John Carpenter. So, fans will find references to films such as: "I Know What You Did Last Summer, Scream and Halloween." Alvarez also mentions this film is: "equal parts scary, campy and queer." As pride month quick off this week, Killer Unicorn looks to kick off celebrations with a bit of bloodshed.

Indican Pictures is set to show Killer Unicorn in three U.S. cities, this June 14th. On this date, the film will show in: Los Angeles, NYC and Houston. This release will be followed up by another on home entertainment platforms. On July 9th, Killer Unicorn will be shown on DVD and Digital platforms. Coverage on the DVD release will be available closer to the actual release date. For now, a hilarious trailer can be seen below, showing some of the film's principal plot points.

Release Date: June 14th, 2019 (Theatrical) and July 9th (DVD, VOD).

Director/writer: Drew Bolton.

Writer: Jose D. Alvarez.

Cast: Alejandro La Rosa, Dennis Budesheim, Markus Kelle, Monica Garcia Bradley.

The official trailer for Killer Unicorn (mature audiences):

More on Killer Unicorn: Killer Unicorn at Indican Pictures

The film’s homepage: More Killer Unicorn Details

Indican released another comedy, in 2017, titled A Beginner's Guide to Snuff:

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