Horror Movie Trailer

Debut trailer for ‘Deviant Behavior’


Back in September we told you guys about the next project from STX Media that would feature stars from the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Director Jacob Grim  returns with DEVIANT BEHAVIOR which is a crime noir/ slasher looking induced feature headed our way in 2016. The studio has released a trailer which we have for you to see ahead. Make sure you check out the FB for the studio to keep aware of all the exclusives and updates. Enjoy the teaser and look for more from DEVIANT BEHAVIOR in the near future.

STX Media is excited to reveal the first look at their upcoming feature film “Deviant Behavior.” The teaser for the full length thriller/slasher movie was made available exclusively on their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/STXMedia for their fans on December 22. The indie film company’s second feature film centers around the character of Charlie Reese, a sleazy private detective that discovers more than he bargained for while searching for a missing girl. The film also features cast members from the original 1974 classic The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, see if you can pick out the almost unrecognizable John Dugan in the trailer. “Deviant Behavior” is set to be released tentatively late next year, be sure to like STX Media on Facebook to get more exclusives and upcoming news on their latest project.



STX Media is an award winning Independent Film and Public Relations (PR) Company based out of Corpus Christi, Texas founded in 2013 by Director Jacob Grim and Executive Producer Sal Hernandez.

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