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Watch Autumns Eyes' "Feasts of the Dead" Horror Trailer

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Connecticut's Autumns Eyes has posted a 1970s style horror movie trailer for their music video "Feast Of the Dead." The trailer for "Feast of the Dead" was made as homage to the great horror film trailers from the 1970's & 1980's.

Directed and Produced by Rob & Jeff Shepherd (Helmet, Animal Collective, Saw III Soundtrack, etc...) Feast of the Dead was shot in the woods of New England. It's based upon the cast/crews love and devotion to low-budget horror. View the trailer here. The video for "Feast Of the Dead" can be seen at this location.

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1. Jenny writes:

Don't care much for the trailer. I actually watched it after I watched the actual video and I'm glad I did, other wise there would be no point. Watch the video first people!

As for the video, I was a bit tempted to stop watching it after I saw a few seconds, but I kept watching and it came out alright. I saw what it was going for, you know, that real life looking horror role that the subject was experiencing or whatever. I loved how the beginning act related to the end result of the girl. It was creepy good, I liked it. And the song, *thumbs up*.

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2. Sickdweller writes:

The trailer is a riot, as I think it's supposed to be. Bad a$$ video too.

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