During a spotlight panel for Comic-Con@Home, filmmaker Kevin Smith shared a first look at his upcoming horror comedy anthology film Kilroy Was Here.
Fan-favorite filmmaker Kevin Smith has been busy despite the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic’s impact on the entertainment industry this year. In addition to showrunning and producing Netflix’s animated revival series for Masters of the Universe: Revelation, Smith is helming an upcoming horror comedy anthology film Kilroy Was Here, serving as cowriter and director while reuniting with several of his frequent creative collaborators.
As part of his traditional spotlight panel — albeit, virtual this year due to the global health crisis — as part of this weekend’s Comic-Con@Home, Smith unveiled a first look at Kilroy Was Here, featuring a collection of short horror stories inspired by the iconic, eponymous graffiti introduced during World War II. The teaser trailer begins at the 48:23 mark of Smith’s “An Evening with Kevin Smith” online panel.
The trailer features professional wrestler Chris Jericho as an alligator wrestler who finds himself on the wrong side of a hunt, Smith’s podcasting partner Ralph Garman as a priest with a few dirty secrets of his own and Jason Mewes as a janitor who stumbles across something horrific. While Smith’s signature comedy is present, the filmmaker does not…