Hold Your Breath for this ‘Chemical Peel’ Trailer

Here’s another wicked looking Indie horror flick for you guys to start looking forward to about a bachelorette party gone horribly wrong. Chemical Peel was directed by Hank Braxtan with Natalie Victoria, Arielle Brachfeld, Stephanie Greco, Lacy Fisher, Leigh Davis, and Lony’e Perrine all starring.

The first trailer is absolutely fantastic as it captures a sense of isolation and dread in a great way as you see this group of girls trying to survive their terrifying ordeal. There’s no word on a release date just yet so stick around!

A bachelorette party turns into a nightmare when the women are trapped in their secluded home while the wilderness around them burns.

[Written for AITH]

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If you are ever attacked by a gorilla just sit back and relax while you enjoy the once in a life time feeling of your limbs being ripped off.

7 thoughts on “Hold Your Breath for this ‘Chemical Peel’ Trailer

  1. Looks a lot like Right At Your Door, but with a lot of blood. Also, everyone thinks that Moonlight Sonata is a beautiful piece of music. I, on the other hand, have always believed it to be the most haunting bit of piano in the history of music. This trailer only supports my claim.

    1. I got the Right at Your Door vibe as well, not a bad thing though. The song at the end is chilling and works perfectly with a trailer like this. It definitely sold me at that point.

  2. Cabin Fever – that’s what it reminds me of (thanks to Gary and City Chick!). I’ll probably wait for this to come out on streaming somewhere because I wasn’t a fan of Cabin Fever at all.

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