Killroy Was Here Movie

Kevin Smith got his start with a true indie in the form of Clerks, a movie shot for $27,575 that ended up selected by Sundance, made $3 million at the box office, and launched the career the filmmaker has today. For his latest project, the director is going back to those lower budget roots, complete with a student film crew full of nothing but passion for filmmaking.

As we’ve previously heard, Killroy Was Here is a new horror anthology film Kevin Smith co-wrote with executive producer Andrew McElfresh. The film has been described by Smith as being in the vein of Creepshow, as well as having the “ironic twists and grisly moments” of The Twilight Zone. Now Smith has revealed one of the film’s characters, one who will be played by WWE wrestler Chris Jericho. Read More »

kevin smith

Kevin Smith is a busy man, juggling several projects including a Jay and Silent Bob reboot, TV directing work, and of course, his podcast.

And a few days into 2018, Smith is already raring to go, sharing a photo from the set of his latest movie.

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Kevin Smith horror anthology

Kevin Smith has started work on another horror movie. This time, he’s making a horror anthology, Killroy Was Here. He was originally going to direct an anthology film about Krampus, but that got canned after Michael Dougherty‘s movie of the same name came out. Smith describes Killroy as”Golem, the Boogeyman and the Grim Reaper combined.”

Below, learn more about the Kevin Smith horror anthology movie.

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