From The Horror Hound Magazine
22/03/16 02:00 Filed in: Magazine Review | Film Review
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, https://www.facebook.com/Eye-Candy.