Sneak Peek at TREMORS: A COLD DAY IN HELL with Promo Photos

The subterranean sandworms (as we’ve lovingly known as Graboids) have garnered a massive following in the Tremors franchise. Since 1990, Tremors has spawned four sequels, as well as a television series aired on the SyFy Channel.

Recently, there’s been quite an online buzz surrounding the latest installment in the franchise titled, Tremors: A Cold Day In Hell. According to actor Michael Gross, the film’s protagonist, a possible release date could be sometime in May, 2018. The speculation was confirmed in a Facebook post where Michael Gross replied to a fan:

   

From Michael Gross’s response:

This next Tremors film is scheduled to arrive in May, 2018.

A Cold Day in Hell seemingly takes place around an Arctic research facility. According to the film’s IMDb’s page, the current synopsis is – “The sequel finds Burt Gummer and his son Travis at a remote research station, where they must go up against Graboids that have been converted into living weapons.”

Burt Gummer can be seen in production photos in what appears to be a preparation for an onslaught against the Graboids. Gummer’s on-screen son, Travis Welker (played by Jaime Kennedy), will also reprise his role from the previous installment. Gracing audiences throughout the Tremors franchise, Gross has witnessed the evolution of the subterranean monster with each new installment. Although the latest in exclusive photos are sans the Graboids, fans can be rest assured they’re in for a treat.

Be sure to check out the latest photos for Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell, below. The film stars Michael Gross, Jaime Kennedy (Scream) and directed by Don Michael Paul (Tremors 5: Bloodlines).

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Matthew Ortiz

Musician, horror blogger and hobbyist photographer. Owner/founder of The Fright Chapel, a horror literary and media website. I feast on the flesh of plants without mercy. My cat, Henry, will take my calls when I’m not home but never relays the messages.