An official red band trailer for indie horror "Red State" has been released. Filled with violence and profane language, the fresh preview follows three high school boys who end up having to fight for their life when they encounter a fundamentalist preacher with sinister agenda, Abin Cooper.
Aside from this red band trailer, a fresh poster for the Kevin Smith-directed movie has also been unveiled. The one-sheet gives a look at a woman in a pair of short pants, carrying a rifle with both of her hands. It also highlights on a tagline that read, "Love Thy Neighbor".
First premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, "Red State" is scheduled for a limited release in the United States on October 19. In addition to serving behind the lens, Smith also provided the script for this indie horror film and self-distributed it with countrywide tours and more. Jonathan Gordon serves as the producer.
Michael Parks takes on the role of Abin Cooper, Michael Angarano plays one of the high school boys, and Oscar winner Melissa Leo tackles the part of Cooper's daughter. Steven Root, Kyle Gallner and John Goodman are also among the cast ensemble.