Watch the Trailer for Todd and the Book of Pure Evil: The End of the End

A new animated movie based on the Canadian cult TV show Todd and the Book of Pure Evil will soon be coming to VOD and Blu-Ray/DVD by the end of the year. For fans who have been waiting impatiently since 2012 to see the series conclusion, this will be a real treat.

Todd and the Book of Pure Evil follows teenage metalhead Todd, his best friend Curtis, his crush Jenny and bookworm Hannah as they try to stop an evil sentient book from killing everyone at Crowley High. Whoever possesses The Book of Pure Evil will be granted whatever their heart desires, but with deadly consequences. Cheerleaders turn into monsters. Nerds develop supernatural powers. Body parts explode everywhere to the sound of ripping heavy metal guitar solos. Only daily occurrences for Todd and the gang. Other zany characters include guidance counselor Atticus Murphy Jr., who secretly belongs to a satanic cult, and Jimmy, the laid-back janitor played by Jason Mewes (Clerks, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back).


Todd and the Book of Pure Evil: The End of the End picks up where Season 2 left off, and will feature just as much gore, pot smoke and penis jokes as the live action series, as well as a new cast of characters fresh for the slaughter. The gang will take one last stand against the Pure Evil One, bent on destroying the world as we know it.

There will be a panel discussion with the cast and creators at Fan Expo in Toronto on September 2nd, followed by a world premiere at the Scotiabank theatre on September 3rd. The movie will be available on VOD and DVD on December 12th. Until then, you can watch the two first seasons for free here.

You can watch the trailer above.

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Chris Aitkens

Chris Aitkens is a journalism student from Montreal, QC. At a young age, he started writing about music for Verbicide Magazine, later to branch off into film and literature. He currently hosts a weekly radio show called Sewer Spewer on CJLO 1690AM, where he plays local punk and metal. One day, he hopes to make low-budget horror flicks.