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BLOODY HELL Escapes into Select Theaters, Drive-Ins, On Demand (US / 14 January) & Blu-ray/DVD (US / 19 January)

BLOODY HELL Escapes into Select Theaters, Drive-Ins, On Demand (US / 14 January) & Blu-ray/DVD (US / 19 January)

The Horror Collective, Eclectic Vision and Heart Sleeve Productions present Bloody Hell in select U.S. theaters, drive-ins and on-demand 14th January; and Blu-ray/DVD 19th January.

Bloody Hell is a horror with levity set between Boise, Idaho and Helsinki, Finland which follows our lead character Rex Coen (Ben O’Toole, Detroit, 12 Strong, Nekrotronic), a man with a mysterious past, whom flees the country to escape his own personal hell – only to arrive somewhere much, much, much worse…

When a bank heist goes awry, Rex Coen spends eight years in prison. Upon release, he’s now infamous in his hometown of Boise, Idaho. The unwanted attention forces Rex to flee the country, in search of a better life. But he lands in a new hell. Waking up drugged, beaten, and tied up… Rex turns to his personified conscience, which he conjured up to help him cope with his horrific past. Together, they must race against time to free themselves from a twisted family hiding a dark secret.

BLOODY HELL Escapes into Select Theaters, Drive-Ins, On Demand (US / 14 January) & Blu-ray/DVD (US / 19 January)

Bloody Hell is an Eclectik Vision and Heart Sleeve Productions presentation, of a film directed by Alister Grierson (Sanctum) and written by first time screen writer Robert Benjamin. Produced by Eclectik Vision’s Brett Thornquest (Better Watch Out, Infini, The Osiris Child) and Heart Sleeve’s Joshua Paul, Bloody Hell was executive produced by Steven Matusko and co-produced by Robert Benjamin. With director of photography Brad Shield ASC, ACS, the film was edited by Alister Grierson and Robert Benjamin, composed by Brian Cachia, cast by Amanda Mitchell, production designed by Michael Rumpf with hair and makeup by Rebecca Allen and costumes designed by Lucinda McGuigan.

Ken Wynne

Ken Wynne is the EIC for Attack from Planet B - writing about cult cinema and alternative music for over a decade.