Check out CHUD's Exclusive "Slither" Teaser

by | August 22, 2005 | Comments

Those groovy gorehounds over at were able to score an exclusive peek at the teaser for James Gunn‘s "Slither," an amazingly goopy-looking sci-fi horror flick that hits theaters in January.

Starring Nathan Fillion, Elizabeth Banks, Michael Rooker, and Gregg Henry, "Slither" is about an alien plague that turns the citizens of a small town into a gang of gore-covered super-beasties. And forgive me for editorializing, but the 15-year-old horror freak in me says this movie looks pretty damn cool.

Mr. Gunn, an old-school Troma veteran, makes his directorial debut on "Slither," but you all know his screenwriting prowess from titles like "The Specials," "Dawn of the Dead," and both "Scooby-Doo" flicks.

Check out the (rather clever) teaser trailer over at

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