The beginning of November brought with it the annual American Film Market, a proving ground for independent films looking to find distribution. If you've ever wondered where most of those straight-to-video titles you pass up each week come from, chances are good a majority of them came out of deals made at the AFM. This year's convention screened 445 films, and thanks to the dedicated work of sites like Bloody-Disgusting and Dread Central, genre fans everywhere have been gifted with dozens of new trailers for potential horror movie hits to pour over.

Being the anal retentive nerd that I am, I decided to round up as many of the horror trailers as I could find for films that were at AFM '09 and put them in one place. And honestly, I wish I hadn't, because this took forever and in the end, I couldn't even put them all in one place. The number of new trailers was so high, I decided to break this post up into two parts so as to not overload your browser with independent film awesomeness. This is Part 2, Part 1 is here.

In this edition we have trailers for:
Dahmer Vs Gacy
The Final
Road Train
The Disturbed
Phobia 2
Resurrection County
The Eternal
Locked In
The Blackout
Junkyard Dog

Banshee, directed by Colin Theys

Dahmer Vs Gacy, directed by Ford Austin

The Final, directed by Joey Stewart

Road Train, directed by Dean Francis

The Disturbed, directed by Conor McMahon

Phobia 2, directed by Banjong Pisanthanakun, Paween Purijitpanya, Songyos Sugmakanan, Parkpoom Wongpoom, Visute Poolvoralaks

Resurrection County, directed by Matt Zettell

The Eternal, directed by Justin McConnell

Locked In, directed by Suri Krishnamma

The Blackout, directed by Robert David Sanders

Junkyard Dog, directed by Kim Bass

Bear, directed by John Rebel