"One of the most anticipated horror" - Fangoria

IHorror- A great review!


After its successful World Premiere Screening at the Horror Hound Weekend Event (winning Best Picture and Best Actor ­ DC Douglas) KILD TV is now set to play at two upcoming major genre film festivals.
First up, is the Toronto International Spring of Horror and Fantasy Film Festival, right around the corner on April 8 thru 10, in the Canadian film capital. And, this will be the Canada Premiere for “KILD TV.”
Next up is the Crimson Screen Film Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, May 13 thru 15. Readers of HORROR SOCIETY voted this event their 2nd “Favorite Horror Film Festival” of 2015!
A Special Collector’s Edition is still available on DVD and Blu­Ray from the filmmakers. Go towww.kildmovie.com to order your copy today!!
Excerpt from Horror Hound Magazine:
KILD TV is exactly what the great majority of horror fans want in a horror film … interesting characters, a mysterious killer, just the right amount of gore, suspense, and a little sex appeal. And, much like its predecessors in the who­done­it subgenre (Urban Legend, Scream, etc), it’s a wild ride that ebbs and flows between comedy and tragedy. It’s quirky and fun. Plus, paying homage to the reason why so many of us are horror fans … horror hosts … makes KILD TV unique.

From The Horror Hound Magazine

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The setting, a late-night horror movie program on a local television station.  The cast and crew are the only ones in the building … or, are they?  Anyone who grew up a fan of horror-hosted programming is going to love KILD TV.  Dr. Proseco, played by D.C. Douglas (Apocalypse Kiss), is your guide into B-horror movie madness.  However, all is not well at the KILD studio.  A murder story being investigated by one of the news crew  bodes unfortunate fates for the horror host crew.  As the dead bodies of crew and other building employees are being discovered, the crew attempts to flee, but are locked in the building.  The telephone lines have been cut … and cell phones don’t work inside the building.  Their only form of communication is the camera and the viewing audience.  Yet, attempts to make a cry for help that include broadcasting scenes of the victims all seem like part of the act.  Can they convince the viewers to call the police before it’s too late?

KILD TV is exactly what the great majority of horror fans want in a horror film … interesting characters, a mysterious killer, just the right amount of gore, suspense, and a little sex appeal.   And, much like its predecessors in the who-done-it subgenre (Urban Legend, Scream, etc), it’s a wild ride that ebbs and flows between comedy and tragedy.  It’s quirky and fun.  Plus, paying homage to the reason why so many of us are horror fans … horror hosts … makes KILD TV unique.

Great storytelling, great performances, great production … a must see for horror fans.  KILD TV will make its world premiere at HorrorHound Weekend in Cincinnati, OH during the HorrorHound Film Fest.  You can also follow KILD TV on Facebook at the Eye Candy page,

IHorror News

KILD TV Garners Two Major Awards at Horrorhound Weekend!
KILD TV has been voted Best Picture at the Horror Hound Weekend and Film Festival. Along with this major award,
D.C. Douglas was also named Best Actor for his performance as the off­beat horror movie TV host, Dr. Ultim Perseco.
A Special Collector's Edition of the film is now available for a limited time only ­­ and while supplies last. Go to www.kildmovie.com to order your copy today.

KILD - Broadcast or Die



KILD TV is B-Movie Throwback fun
Late night TV hosts were a huge part of the horror experience for many people growing up. It seemed that every local channel had an over-the-top host who would introduce horror, cult, and B-Movies.
A lot of these movies were cheesier than the host’s own skits but the combination was always fun. KILD TV taps into this world of cable horror double features and delivers a fun mystery filled with blood, guts, and boobs. KILD TV is a fun B-Movie throwback with a Tim Burton-esque feel.
The Story:
The crew of a local horror movie showcase is used to broadcasting creepy stories of heinous killers, but tonight they are the story, trapped with a real killer inside the studio.
Shot in Texas and produced by Michael Muscal (Bride of Re-Animator), KILD TV does not shy away from its B-Movie inspirations.
All of this is delivered in a whimsical tone that reflects some of Tim Burton’s early works. The filmmakers and cast have a lot of fun with the film and it’s hard not to do yourself while watching it.
No one has more fun in the film than D.C. Douglas (Sharknado 2, Mass Effect 3, Resident Evil) as the late night host caught in the middle of a murder spree. No matter what camera he is in front of, either inside or outside the movie, he revels in the role, stealing every scene. His interaction with a cow’s head is hilarious, disgusting, and fun to watch.
In the studio, the would-be victims have to continuously broadcast their live segments in-between the broadcast of the feature film. The focus is shifted here to a handful of people outside the studio watching the live program.
Here we meet a couple enjoying the night’s presentation at home and a cop watching from his squad car. These are nice breaks once the killings start, and the crew is caught with a limited amount of time to show they are in real trouble.
These breaks lead to some of the best moments in KILD TV. The crew/would-be victims try to prove to those on the outside that they are not acting, and what is happening is real. We see the couple and the officer struggle with the idea that they might be witnessing is a real homicide.
KILD TV is a fun movie. Plain and simple. It knows what it audience wants and it delivers. Along the way it treats us to a great murder mystery, tricking us every bit of the way.
Fans of Hershel Gordon Lewis will love this blood soaked murder mystery. The film is unapologetically over-the-top in nature, with nudity, and volumes of blood. It is a great time!
Click here to get your limited edition Bluray to own before it has been released domestically.
Check your local listings for KILD TV, coming soon.

Fangoria's Review

Gory “KILD TV” Nabs HorrorHound Weekend Nominations; Launches DVD/Blu Pre-Orders!
in:  Movies/TV,News   |   March 11, 2016 - 10:35 am   |  by:  Fangoria Staff   |   Comments Off on Gory “KILD TV” Nabs HorrorHound Weekend Nominations; Launches DVD/Blu Pre-Orders! KILDTVNEWEXCPICSFEAT
One of FANGORIA’s most-anticipated horror offerings of 2016 is William Collins’ KILD TV, a bloody slasher whodunit that takes place during a late night horror-host telecast in a remote TV station. Bloody as hell and produced by FX wiz Michael Muscal (BRIDE OF CHUCKY, FROM BEYOND), KILD TV is ready to broadcast it’s mayhem to fright fans during its World Premiere next Saturday, March 19th at HorrorHound Weekend in Cincinnati, OH. Now, FANGORIA has the first word about KILD TV’s impending home media release as well as its nominations for the HorrorHound Film Festival Awards!
That’s right: KILD TV, starring DC Douglas, Astrea Campbell-Cobb, Heather Williams, Dan Braverman and many more, is now available for pre-order on DVD and Blu-ray (Mastered in 4K!) for a limited time unrated and uncut at the film’s official website
HERE. With special FX by the Emmy-nominated Hawgfly Productions (GRINDHOUSE, MACHETE), KILD TV has earned praise from iHorror, HorrorHound and more outlets, the former who dubbed it as “A fun B-Movie throwback” and the latter having bestowed the film with three nominations at its impending HorrorHound Weekend Film Festival, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Douglas) and Best Actress (Cobb).
You can check out the red band trailer for KILD TV as well as new, exclusive artwork below. You can find more information about the film’s HorrorHound Weekend screening
HERE, and don’t forget to grab the DVD/Blu-ray edition of KILD TV while supplies last at the link above! Stay tuned for more on KILD TV here at FANGORIA.com!

KILD TV: Official Trailer #1 (2015) - D.C Douglas, UHD 4K - 5.1