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MALUM & HUNT HER KILL HER Splattering onto UK Cinemas Courtesy of Screenbound Pictures (26 April)

MALUM & HUNT HER KILL HER Splattering onto UK Cinemas Courtesy of Screenbound Pictures (26 April)

A double dose of American indie horror feature films will be splattering onto UK cinemas this Spring courtesy of Screenbound Pictures – acquired from US sales outfit Raven Banner.

Featuring kick-ass leading ladies in fights for their survival, both Malum and Hunt Her Kill Her thrust audiences into their worst, terror-fuelled nightmares – be that in search of a murderous supernatural cult or fleeing a ruthless gang of killers out for vengeance. Set in confined and claustrophobic single locations the films ooze gore and let the blood flow freely.

When a rookie police officer willingly takes the last shift at a newly decommissioned police station in an attempt to uncover the mysterious connection between her father’s death and a vicious cult, she begins experiencing paranormal occurrences that could lead her down the gory path to finding the answers.

With over $200k on its impressive limited opening weekend in the US last spring, Malum, starring British actress Jessica Sula (Skins, Split), is a supernatural horror re-imagining of the 2014 feature Last Shift in which writers Anthony Diblasi (also director) and Scott Poiley “up the ante in every conceivable way” (Starburst) to bring a frightening and bloody new face of evil to the big screen.

An atmospheric and tense thriller, Hunt Her Kill Her finds a lone night shift janitor in an unexpected fight for survival during her first night on the job when she becomes a target of sinister masked intruders. As their disturbing motives become clearer, she must use barbaric violence to make it through the night alive.

Featuring a committed and physical performance from Natalie Terrazzino as Karen the night shift janitor, Hunt Her Kill Her is a heart-thumping horror from directors Greg Swinson (also writer) and Ryan Thiessen that ratchets up the tension with each inventive kill. Described as “an intense thrill ride that will leave everyone watching on the edge of their seat” (Film Threat), the film screened at Frightfest Glasgow 2023.

Malum and Hunt Her Kill Her will be released in UK cinemas from 26 April – including double feature screenings at Showcase Cinemas – followed by a digital/physical home entertainment release on 27 May.

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