Gremlin, No Re-Gifting in This Latest Trailer
Gremlin Film Details
Director: Ryan Bellgardt
Release Date: July 11, 2017
Release Format: VOD
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Adam receives a mysterious box from a relative containing a creature that will kill everyone he cares about. The only way to be rid of the curse is to give the box to someone he loves. As the ominous timer on the box counts down to its end, he can only imagine the horrors that await. Does he give the box away to save his family, or unleash a monster upon humanity? He can’t destroy it. He can’t escape it. He can only give it to someone he loves…
Gremlin is being released worldwide. The much anticipated Horror creature-feature from Ryan Bellgardt released January 11, 2017, in the Philippines. This is according to IMDb.com. The film now arrives in the United Stated on July 11th, 2017. The film is a joint production of by High Octane Pictures, Boiling Point Media, and 6 Stitches Entertainment.
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A trailer and key art unveiled earlier this month for Gremlin. The recent trailer proves even more revealing and intense than the last promotional clip. Gremlin centers on a mysterious creature that haunts its hosts. Although it resembles a deformed spider, it’s true identity is unknown from the trailer alone. It first appears in a weird-looking puzzle box. A similar style to the box from Hellraiser. This is some type of temporary holding cell for the creature.
The creature is not indestructible. Passing it to someone before the time runs is the only way to defeat it. Adam, the protagonist of the story received the box and faces the grand ultimatum; kill the creature or give it to someone he loves.
The new and final poster art for Gremlin takes a more minimalist approach. This design works to give away the identity of the creature. There was no mystery here. In fact, the key art adds mystery. It keeps the identity of the creature somewhat hidden by only showing it crawling out of the box. This gives it a more creepy vibe and it begs the audience to ponder more about what it could be.