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First Trailer for ‘NIGHTMARE AT PRECINCT 84’ Revolves Around Small Town Serial Killer Sheriff

Whilst the festive season has come to an end, a new horror Christmas horror anthology has just been announced. From writers Samuel Gonzalez Jr and Gigi Gustin (story by), the co-director of The Retaliators, and featuring horror legend Bill Moseley, this new anthology goes by the name of Nightmare at Precinct 84, .

Featuring segments by Gonzalez Jr, Travis Cluff and Chris Lofing of Tremendum Pictures (The Gallows), and Matthew Hersh, the film also stars Jenna Kanell (Terrifier) Justin Miles (“The Walking Dead”) and Gigi Gustin (The Retaliators) amongst others, with Meredith Thomas (The Wrong Blind Date) and Jill Awbrey (Held) headlining.

Set on a stormy night on Christmas Eve, a small town female sheriff who secretly is a serial killer gets a visit from a mysterious woman who tells 4 bizarre stories: the first is about a small boy who has a terrifying encounter with the local ice cream truck. The second is about a young girl who takes up a phone sex operator job to pass the time, but a certain caller has other intentions. The third is about two women who discover the strange reality behind a tiny town they are trapped in and the forth is about a man who makes a promise with haunting repercussions.

Nightmare at Precinct 84 is slated to release in 2023 and is produced by Samuel Gonzalez Jr, and exec-produced by Matthew Hersh. We’ll let you know as soon as an official release date is confirmed, but, in the meantime, you can enjoy the first trailer below:


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