Indican Pictures’ upcoming horror anthology, Dead By Midnight Y2Kill, will be released on April 26th, 2022. The collection will be available on DVD and On-Demand on digital platforms such as Apple TV, Prime Video, Vudu/FandangoNOW, Google Play, DirecTV, and more, and will star horror veteran Bill Moseley and a crew of horror luminaries. The 96-minute anthology has five horrific short films as well as a succession of sinister digital advertisements, each one more terrifying than the previous. Y2Kill’s Dead By Midnight has yet to be rated.

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Dead By Midnight Y2Kill is a horror anthology featuring fresh writing and legendary horror stars that is carving out a new kind of dread. For five horrific parts, Y2Kill has gathered a squad of horror luminaries, including Kane Hodder (Jason X), Bill Moseley (Halloween), and Scream Queen Linnea Quigley (The Return of the Living Dead), each more lethal than the previous. The Temptress of Terror (Hannah Fierman, VHS) is hosting all of this homicidal mayhem, but the angry Mistress of Midnight (Erin Brown, Masters of Horror) is eager to show that she’s still the most terrible host around.

The furious Mistress of Midnight, played by Erin Brown (Masters of Horror), is determined to show that she’s still the most hellish host, especially on the most diabolical night of the year, as the tagline warns the Temptress of Terror. ” When the wicked Mistress of Midnight appears at local television station WKIZ for her annual horror movie marathon Dead by Midnight, it’s Halloween.” “What she hasn’t stated is that those who watch will be Dead by Midnight!” warns cult horror aficionados.

Y2Kill is one of a slew of contemporary horror flicks. A Quiet Place Part II, My Heart Can’t Stop Beating Unless You Tell It To, The Boy Behind the Door, The Amusement Park, Slaxx, and Candyman, to mention a few, were among the horror films released last year. Scream, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Fresh have already been released in 2022, with the highly anticipated Morbius, The Black Phone, Don’t Worry Darling, Halloween Ends, Umma, and Jordan Peele’s Nope on the way.