Kangas Kahn Films announced today that it will premiere its latest horror film, Terrortory, for free for the entire month of October on Amazon Prime. It will also be available to stream in Germany and the United Kingdom as well.

And for you Fear of Clowns 2 fans, that will be on Amazon Prime on September 1st! You read that here first!

From the press release:

Terrortory is an anthology horror film in the vein of Creepshow and Tales from the Crypt. It features six horrific tales set in the mythical region of Maryland known for an abundance of strange happenstances and urban legends. It stars a large cast including Johnny Alonso ("Coffin", "Gotham"), Melissa LaMartina ("Call Girl of Cthulhu"), Bianca Allaine ("Albino Farm"), Maddie Howard ("Ping Pong Summer"), Nadia White ("Milfs Vs. Zombies"), and more.


Director Kevin Kangas ("Fear of Clowns") says, "We've been amazed at the response we've gotten so far from putting some of our movies on Prime. We had more than a million minutes streamed in the first nineteen days, and passed two million minutes in just over a month."


He says premiering the film on Amazon Prime is a perfect way to get the movie out to as many people as possible in the quickest manner possible. "We can let a ton of people see the flick without signing any lengthy contracts that tie up our rights for years," says Kangas.


After October 31st the film will be available for streaming, but most likely won't be free, says the director.


All of their movies can be added to a watchlist through this link: https://bit.ly/gohbounty


Once added to a watchlist, the movies can be viewed on any web-enabled device. "Terrortory" will be available to be pre-added to the watchlist in late September, and will show up in the viewer's watchlist when it's available to stream.


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