‘Bad Milo’ Red Band Trailer: Ken Marino Has a Killer Stomach Problem

Bad Milo

There’s no better way to enjoy the afternoon than by watching a horrible little demon crawl out of someone’s butt. Thankfully, a new red band trailer for Bad Milo presents that very opportunity.

Bad Milo seems like the very definition of “polarizing.” Either you very much want to see a demon crammed up someone’s rear end, or you’ll do everything within your power to avoid seeing that very image. But for those in the “interested” column, Bad Milo has a lot to offer. The cast is a huge plus – composed entirely of extraordinarily talented, under-the-radar character actors (Peter StormareStephen Root), or alumni from TV shows with rabid fan followings (Ken MarinoGillian JacobsPatrick Warburton). A cast like this would imply that Bad Milo would lean heavily on comedy over horror, but the trailer makes it quite clear: this is not a film to skimp on the blood and guts. Most of what we see in these two minutes is a lot of blood spray and cutaway gore, but seems more a product of the trailer than the actual film. All those quick cuts hint at something much more devious (and disgusting) – Milo separating a doctor from his nose, and another character getting chomped in a place far worse than where Milo came out of.

By definition, Bad Milo is going to drive a lot of people screaming in the opposite direction. But those who don’t will be in for a seriously good time. Watch the new trailer below if you dare. Seriously, though. This one’s a redband, so expect lots of gore and also the aforementioned butt demon. If that’s not your thing, turn back now.

Bad Milo releases hits Itunes/On Demand on August 29, 2013, with a theatrical release on October 4. [Yahoo! Movies]

Adam Bellotto is a freelancer writer from Virginia who moved to California because movies are super neat. His work can also be read at Perihelion Science Fiction and Starpulse, among other places.

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