LOS ANGELES—Comic-Con, considered the largest comic book and popular arts convention in the world, screened a pair of clips from the upcoming independent horror film Creep Van featuring 2010 AVN Best New Starlet nominee Angelina Armani.
The clips were shown as part of the night's "Troma, Troma, Troma" panel.
In addition to the screenings, there was a lively panel discussion featuring Troma Films kingpin Lloyd Kaufman (The Toxic Avenger), James Gunn (Slither), Adam Rifkin (The Dark Backwards), Darren Bousman (Mother's Day), Dennis Dreith (Gag) and more.
The film focuses on the exploits of a deranged killer in a filthy 1970s van. Creep Van tells the story of Campbell Jackman, an overqualified, struggling, carless kid who responds to a "For Sale" ad for a van. His seemingly hum-drum life soon turns into a nightmare as the creepy van's owner stalks and then pursues Campbell...and everyone around him.
"It's overwhelming to be finally crossing over to the horror world,” Armani said. “I've been a horror junkie since I was a little girl. I have learned so much and I'm thankful to be working with talented individuals. And there is no better place to be promoting this movie than at Comic-Con with 400,000 fans roaming the floor."
Armani also can be seen on the cover of The Madeleine Haze's album A More Perfect Union and is scheduled to appear in two music videos filming in August before taking on her next horror project
Armani can be found on Twitter here.