Black Friday – Exclusive Official Clip (2021) Bruce Campbell, Michael Jai White

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On Thanksgiving night, a group of disgruntled toy store employees begrudgingly arrive for work to open the store at midnight for the busiest shopping day of the year. Meanwhile, an alien parasite crashes to Earth in a meteor. This group of misfits led by store manager Jonathan (Bruce Campbell) and longtime employee Ken (Devon Sawa) soon finds themselves battling against hordes of holiday shoppers who have been turned into monstrous creatures hellbent on a murderous rampage on Black Friday.

Additional cast includes Michael Jai White, Ryan Lee, Ivana Baquero, and Stephen Peck. The film was directed by Casey Tebo, composed by Fall Out Boys’ Patrick Stump, and written by Andy Greskoviak. Black Friday is in theaters on November 19th and On Demand on November 23, 2021.

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