Trailers From Hell Celebrates 400th Episode, Adds Interactive Web Redesign

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Trailers from Hell (http://www.trailersfromhell.com) is celebrating the 400th episode of its popular and critically acclaimed new media series with a website redesign aimed at making the site more interactive and viewer-friendly.

Trailers from Hell (http://www.trailersfromhell.com) is celebrating the 400th episode of its popular and critically acclaimed new media series with a website redesign aimed at making the site more interactive and viewer-friendly. Trailers From Hell fans will now be able to post comments and engage in ongoing dialog with our contributors and viewers alike.

Launched in 2007, the award-winning Trailers From Hell remains the premier showcase for a breathtakingly eclectic assortment of trailers from classic era films; both in their original form and punctuated with informative and amusing commentary by contemporary filmmakers.

Joe Dante, Trailers From Hell Founder, notes, "We've done a lot of work aimed at personalizing the Trailers From Hell experience for our viewers, and it seemed a natural step to enhance the sense of community by allowing them to communicate directly with us and each other."

Elizabeth Stanley, Founder, adds, “We often get mail from our viewers expressing passionate opinions about the trailers and movies featured on our site. Our redesign is intended to make Trailers From Hell one of the more inviting destinations on the web for film fans to publicly share their views on movies in general and our content specifically."

Trailers From Hell is tailor-made for new media distribution channels because it targets an easily identifiable and active niche market of genre movie-lovers who aggressively seek out this type of content. As Founder, Jonas Hudson, states: "We’ve also made it easier for viewers to link site content with their Facebook and MySpace pages, Twitter accounts, Google Buzz and other social networking sites.”

This content is syndicated across the web, mobile partners and connected devices worldwide including AOL Video, AT&T, Sprint, You Tube, Babelgum, Shorts TV, Yahoo and on cable television, as well as on the net at http://www.trailersfromhell.com. ContentFilm serves as Trailers From Hell’s international sales agent.

For more information please go to http://www.trailersfromhell.com or email info(at)trailersfromhell(dot)com

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