22nd Apr2021

Horror comedy ‘Thursday the 12th’ gets its first trailer!

by Phil Wheat

Originally slated for release April of 2020 but postponed due to the pandemic, director Brad Leo Lyon’s (Little Creeps/Monsters on Main Street) latest film Thursday the 12th – a horror comedy in the realm of Evil Dead meets Mallrats with a touch of Tucker and Dale Versus Evil – is finally getting ready for a new theatrical roadshow, touring the country doing advanced theatrical screenings of the film followed by a Q & A in cities across the US, starting in June.

Starring such familiar faces as Todd Bridges (Different Strokes), Jena Sims (Kill the Messenger), Brian Sutherland (Z Nation), and Marilyn Ghigliotti (Clerks), Thursday the 12th follows two failed film school graduates closing in on their 30’s, the fearful Seth Franco and the unreliable James Rogen, who are stuck working the same jobs they had in high school. Life for these two already has its fair share of complications but things are about to get a whole lot worse when the superstitions Seth has for Friday the 13th comes true, only a day early.

Check out the trailer and poster for Thursday the 12th below:

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