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Upcoming “pop horror” Bloody Hell has been acquired by Entertainment Squad, which will release the film via its genre label The Horror Collective in select theaters, drive-ins and on-demand in early 2021.
Directed by Alister Grierson (Sanctum) and written by Robert Benjamin, Bloody Hell follows a man with a mysterious past who flees the country to escape his own personal hell, only to arrive somewhere “much, much, much worse.” In an effort to survive this new horror, he turns to his personified conscience. Together, they must race against time to free themselves from a twisted family hiding a very dark secret.
The film stars Ben O’Toole (Hacksaw Ridge), Meg Fraser (Leech), Caroline Craig (Blue Heelers), Matthew Sunderland (Out Of The Blue), and Travis Jeffery (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales).
Bloody Hell marks the third collaboration between Shaked Berenson’s Entertainment Squad and Eclectik Vision’s Brett Thornquest and Steven Matusko, who produced along with Heart Sleeve Production’s Joshua Paul.
“We are delighted to partner with The Horror Collective to bring our crowd-pleasing, high octane ‘pop horror’ to audiences everywhere,” said Thornquest and Matusko.
“The Horror Collective is a perfect partnership to help deliver our unique vision to audiences all around the world,” said Paul. “Our film isn’t like anything else you’ve seen. So partnering with a distributor that thinks differently is crucial. We’re bloody stoked!”
Added Entertainment Squad CEO Shaked Berenson: “Ben O’Toole is extraordinary playing opposite himself in this breakout performance,” while Entertainment Squad VP Heidi Honeycutt said: “This fun Fight Club meets Fargo horror-action crossover is a perfect fit for The Horror Collective brand and will thrill both our core fans and broad audience across the nation.”
Bloody Hell will be hitting cinemas in Australia this weekend via distributor Entertainment Advocate. The Horror Collective plans to release the film on Jan. 14, 2021.
See the trailer for Bloody Hell below.
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