Smiley

The U.S. Poster for Smiley Is Still Creepy

A bit ago, we brought you the international one-sheet for Smiley, the slasher film arriving October 12th that will play exclusively through AMC’s independent platform on 28 screens in 14 markets including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Houston and Atlanta.

Today, a domestic one-sheet as made its debut, you’ll find it after the jump.

The story of the film follows a mentally fragile college student named Ashley (Caitlin Gerard) who, after learning of an urban legend in which a mysterious serial killer named

Here’s the International Poster for Smiley

Smiley is one fall release you’re very eager to check out.  It’s possible that it could be a very generic slasher offering, but with a unique looking killer, I hope the same creativity that went into his design bleeds into the story.

The film is poised to open on October 12th in select AMC Theaters and, today, an international poster has made its debut.

This tale follows a mentally fragile college student named Ashley (Caitlin Gerard) who, after learning of an urban legend in which a mysterious serial killer named

Trailer Teases the Horrors of Smiley

This has been around a bit, but now that Smiley has found a theatrical release plan, it’s time to re-introduce it to some of you who have not seen the trailer for the film.

AMC Theaters and Fever Productions are joining forces to bring this slasher offering to select AMC theaters on October 12th.  For a complete listing, you can head to this spot.

The story of the film follows a mentally fragile college student named Ashley (Caitlin Gerard) who, after learning of an urban legend in which a mysterious serial killer named

Slasher Film Smiley is Coming to Theaters October 12th

AMC Theatres and Fever Productions today announced an exclusive partnership on the national theatrical release of Smiley from director Michael Gallagher (Totally Sketch).

Beginning October 12th, AMC will exclusively release the film theatrically through its AMC independent platform on 28 screens in 14 markets including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Houston and Atlanta.  

You can find a theater listing inside.

Smiley was co-written by Gallagher and Glasgow Phillips (South Park), and produced by Michael Wormser (Some Guy Who Kills People) of Level 10 Films.