Two More After Dark Trailers: Prowl and Seconds Apart

Two more trailers for two more After Dark’s 2011 flicks: the creepy “Seconds Apart” and the more generic looking “Prowl”. The former features MadTV’s Orlando Jones as an honest-to-goodness serious cop, and I have absolutely no idea what is going on in “Prowl”. Zombies? Cannibals? Experiments gone awry? Something like that. Plus, if you missed it, the last After Dark trailer was “Re-Kill”, which you can catch again here.

“Prowl” runs for its life in theaters January 28, 2011.

Amber dreams of escaping her small town existence and persuades her friends to accompany her to find an apartment in the big city. When their transportation breaks down, she and her friends gratefully accept a ride in the back of a semi. But when the driver refuses to stop and they discover the cargo is hundreds of cartons of blood, they panic. Their panic turns to terror when the truck disgorges them into a dark, abandoned warehouse where blood-thirsty creatures learn to hunt human prey, which, the friends realize, is what they now are…

Starring Bruce Payne, Courtney Hope, Saxon Trainor, and directed by Patrik Syversen.

Up next is “Seconds Apart”, which apparently features a “supernatural showdown” with two killer twins with telekinesis. Judging by the trailer, that’s going to prove pretty awesome.

Like “Prowl”, “Seconds Apart” is also due out in theaters January 28, 2011.

Seth and Jonah are murderous twins who share an evil kinship. Damned from the moment of their births, the brothers possess a gruesome talent for telekinesis – a power they use in the most horrific ways imaginable. As their fellow students meet gory fates, the local law enforcement begin to suspect the twins’ connection to the depraved murders. What started as a jealous rage escalates into a supernatural showdown – pitting brother against brother, evil against evil.

Starring Orlando Jones, Samantha Droke, Courtney J. Clark, Marc Macaulay, Louis Herthum, David Jensen, Beau Brasso, J.D. Evermore, Monica Acosta, Kent Jude Bernard, and directed by Antonio Negret.