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‘Devil’s Carnival’ Raises Hell On The Web – Fans And Blogs Go Crazy Over ‘Devil’s Carnival 2’ Trailer

Published: January 14, 2013 in Tech N9ne by

 Fans And Blogs Go Crazy Over 'Devil's Carnival 2' Trailer

A couple weeks ago, one of the coolest pieces of news ever was dropped into our laps. It turns out Darren Lynn Bousman, director of SAW 2-4 and Repo! The Genetic Opera, cast our boss and your favorite rapper Tech N9ne as “The Librarian” in his new movie The Devil’s Carnival 2.

If you’ve seen the first installment of The Devil’s Carnival series, you know that it’s one of the only times you’d use the words “badass” and “musical” in the same description.

Now a nine minute trailer has been released for the sequel, premiered by Noisey.

After seeing the trailer, we can assure you, further badassery is to ensue:

Sites like Bleeding Cool, XXL, Bloody Disgusting, and covered the release of the trailer, and after seeing that nine minutes of awesomeness, fans took to Twitter to express their excitement:

Given Darren Bousman’s excellent taste for evil and gore, we can only assume that the addition of Tech N9ne will make The Devil’s Carnival 2 one of the must-see movies of this year.

  • What did you think of the trailer?

  • Would you like to see Tech N9ne in more movies?

  • Did you see the first Devil’s Carnival movie?

Let us know in the comments section below!


  • the shit!! cant wait to see tech in this play. the first one was fucking awesome. i was wondering how they were gonna top it. They got A-A-r-o-n involved now. it’s all over.

  • Jessica

    I went to see the first movie during their first tour, and it was SO AWESOME!

    The trailer for this next one looks completely badass, and I’m siked to see Tech N9ne portray this character!!


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