Witness The Trailer For ‘Voodoo’ – Deemed So “Offensive” It’s Banned From Facebook

February 7, 2017

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

Kelli Marchman McNeely - Horror Fuel CEO & Executive Producer Email: [email protected]

A new trailer has arrived for Tom Costabile’s controversial supernatural thriller ‘Voodoo’. The trailer for the film is so shocking that Facebook has blocked it from being viewed and shared due to its gore and being considered so “offensive”. But don’t worry, you can see it here (below)!
The film follows a young woman on vacation in LA, trying to recover from her break up with a married man. Her lover’s wife, a practitioner of Voodoo, has followed her on her getaway and seeks revenge. What began as a vacation quickly turns into a fight for survival.
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From the Press Release:
Los Angeles, CA – February 6, 2017 – VOODOO, in theaters and available on VOD February 24, has seen it’s trailer blocked from Facebook, who have labelled the preview for the black magic-centric spooker “offensive”.
Said writer/director Tom Costabile, “No matter how many times it goes up, it goes just as quickly down. Facebook consider the trailer for Voodoo so shocking and offensive that they won’t allow it on this server. Funnily enough, the whole thing has spurred even more interest in Voodoo – people wondering which theaters it’ll be playing at, and what platforms it’ll be available from – so all is not lost!”
HyperCube Films releases VOODOO in theaters February 24 across the U.S, the VOD hits day-and-date via Freestyle Digital Media.
VOODOO tells the story of an innocent southern girl, Dani, vacationing in Los Angeles to evade her increasingly complicated life.  Once Dani arrives in Los Angeles, she learns that trying to escape her past is not as easy as she had hoped.
VOODOO is written and directed by Tom Costabile, and stars Samantha Stewart, Dominic Matteucci, Ruth Reynolds, Daniel Kozul, Ron Jeremy, and Lavelle Roby.
Be sure to visit the official website and see ‘Voodoo’ in theaters or on VOD on February 24th. Here is the trailer, banned from social media giant Facebook. Viewer discretion advised.

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