Megadeth Alumnus Dave Ellefson Drops Trailer for First Horror Film Dwellers
Here’s your first look at the horror project from the first-time filmmaker.
By M.T. Bates
A while back, we shared that Megadeth’s Dave Ellefson was working on his first film project, a horror movie titled Dwellers. The concept is in found-footage/documentary style, following a missing film crew as they were researching a dark secret beneath a city. A few days ago, a trailer for the film quietly dropped and it's available for you to view just above.
While it doesn’t look like anything special out of the gate, it does look like it could be fun. These found-footage films are usually hit or miss and aren’t my personal favorite, but I am always up for giving them a chance. This trailer doesn’t show a whole lot and while some of the acting seems decent, some of it seems pretty rough as well. The choice of music that plays in the trailer also is a curious decision.
However, we can’t judge a movie from a new studio on its first trailer, though, so let’s just wait for it to drop and see how it turns out. No release date has been announced for Dwellers yet, but it is slated to arrive sometime in 2020.
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