Entertainment Squad has announced the acquirement of pop-horror-thriller Bloody Hell, through their genre label The Horror Collective. Bloody Hellmarks 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. Entertainment Squad’s VP, Heidi Honeycut, described Bloody Hell as a, “…fun Fight Club meets Fargo horror-action crossover that 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 released in Australia this weekend and is currently planned for global release in early 2021.
Synopsis: A man with a mysterious past 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.
This movie looks like one hell of a good time! This bubbly high octane pop horror adventure is sure to delight audiences everywhere. Ben O’Toole appears to ooze charisma and even in a two-minute trailer, it is clear that he offers a dynamic and outstanding performance. The quick timed cuts give off Shaun of the Dead vibes and I for one can’t wait to check this film out as soon as I can.
Written by Robert Benjamin and directed by Alister Grierson (Sanctum), Bloody Hell 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 will be raising hell in Australian cinemas beginning this weekend and will make its way to a global release in select theaters, drive-ins, and On-Demand on January 14, 2021.