Kevin Smith is headlining an extensive list of directors who will contribute to the upcoming horror anthology, Holidays.

John Hegeman, who is financing Holidays, spoke about the anthology and the inclusion of Kevin Smith and the laundry list of horror filmmakers. “Holidays is a great opportunity for some of the most creative and twisted minds in the genre space today to really let loose and have fun,” Hegeman said. “This is the first project going into production for Distant Corners, which aims to launch four-six genre franchise properties annually.”

Holidays will exist in the tradition of horror anthologies that have been around since the seventies. Creepshow and Creepshow 2 were some of the earliest horror anthologies, and recently the V/H/S series has brought new technology to the sub genre.

Smith confirmed via Twitter the title of his section of the anthology:

Gary Shore, another director attached to Holidays along with Kevin Smith, tweeted a picture of the poster:

While the list of directors might expand in the coming days, nine filmmakers have already signed on for the project. Aside from Smith and Gary Shore, who directed 2014’s Dracula Untold, the list includes Scott Stewart, who directed Legion and Priest, Matt Johnson who helmed The Dirties, Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch who teamed up for Starry Eyes, Nicholas McCarthy who directed At The Devil’s Door, Sarah Smith who made The Midnight Swim, Nick McCarthy who directed The Pact, and first-time feature filmmaker Anthony Scott Burns.

Along with Hegeman, Holidays will be produced by Tim Connors, Adam Egypt Mortimer, and XYZ’s Kyle Franke and Aram Tertzakian. Executive producers include Will Rowbotham, writers Andrew Barrer and Gabe Ferrari, and XYZ’s Nate Bolotin and Nick Spicer.

A date has not been set for when Kevin Smith and the directing team will begin shooting Holidays, or whether or not it will be released in 2015.