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Watch two new clips from the latest volume of HILLBILLY HORROR SHOW

The fourth volume of popular horror-comedy series HILLBILLY HORROR SHOW is now available to stream online. We've got a sneak peek with two clips.



For just 99 cents, catch some terrific horror shorts, laugh at the antics of Lulu (Rachel Faulkner, Ride Along 2), Bo (Bo Keister, The Cabining), and Cephus (Scott Geiter), and find out what Kim Jung Un has to do with all of it.

HILLBILLY HORROR SHOW helps promote upcoming talent by packing together an hour’s worth of brilliant short horror films from some of today’s most gifted filmmakers. In between each short, there’s some hilarious banter between the show’s oddball redneck hosts.




Volume 4 begins in a strange way with STRANGE THING...keep those doors closed! Next, Bo & Cephus take a hilarious, horror-filled romp into the not-so-blissful side of marriage with 'TIL DEATH. After that, we've got a deliciously horrific feast with FOODIE, and round things out hanging the curves in THE HOURGLASS FIGURE. Be sure to stick around to the end for a surprise bonus short, COLLISION!

You can rent volume 4 here now.

Purists who like something physical to hold in their hands might want to get their hands on the new HILLBILLY HORROR SHOW : VOLUME 2 DVD, which you can pick up here. Volume 2 keeps this horror anthology series rolling, starting with the darkly hilarious short, HELP WANTED, which is guaranteed to make you rethink searching for a new job. Next up, we explore the war between vampires and angels in the slick action-horror flick, BLOODTRAFICK (Winner - Best Actress, Grace Huang - HollyShorts Film Festival). For the third short, we find a ghostly, modern day western called THE DEED. Look close, because that cowboy seems awful familiar. Finally, Volume 2 caps off with the chilling horror-fantasy, ROSE WHITE.

HILLBILLY HORROR SHOW has been such a success that the producers have reunited for a new film project to star Keister and Faulkner called FINDING WALDO. Also starring Richard Riehle and Tom Proctor, the road-trip comedy is using IndieGoGo to secure its finance. You can get involved by clicking here.