Trailer: ‘To Your Last Death’ Narrated by Shatner Premieres at FrightFest UK

An intriguing new animated project will be making its world premiere at FrightFest UK later this month. To Your Last Death is a 2D-animated horror epic which combines bloody violence, sci-fi plot twists and hard-edged hand-drawn graphics. The film is narrated by Star Trek icon William Shatner and features the voices of Morena Baccarin (Deadpool, Firefly, Gotham), Ray Wise (Twin Peaks, Robocop) and Bill Moseley (3 from Hell, House of 1000 Corpses, Texas Chainsaw Massacre II).

Synopsis: Troubled social justice activist Miriam DeKalb (Dani Lennon) is the only survivor of a deadly revenge scheme set up by her cruel, billionaire father. Her sister and two brothers were not so lucky. But when a mysterious entity known only as the Gamester (Morena Baccarin) offers Miriam the chance to go back in time and try again — as a pawn in a bizarre interstellar gambling match — she has no choice but to bite. Now Miriam must relive the most horrific night of her life all over again — but this time with foreknowledge to give her a fighting chance.

The film is produced by Coverage Ink Films and directed by Jason Axinn, written by Tanya Klein & Jim Cirile. Carl Frank (Dungeons & Dragons, Magic: The Gathering) created the key art and character designs in a graphic novel-inspired style. The voice cast also includes Florence Hartigan, Ben Siemon, Damien Haas, Bill Millsap, Steve Geiger and Tom Lommel.

To Your Last Death will debut August 23 at 3:50 p.m. during FrightFest UK in London, with members of the cast and crew in attendance. Tickets available online.

Learn more and follow the film at toyourlastdeath.com.

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