June 28th will see the Australian horror-comedy, 100 Bloody Acres, hit VOD platforms and I’ve got a handful of new stills and a trailer for you guys to take a look at. Conveniently they’re covered in all of that red stuff we enjoy so much around these parts! Written and directed by Colin and Cameron Cairnes, the flick stars Damon Herrriman, Agnus Sampson, Anna McGahan, Oliver Ackland, Jamie Kristian, and Wolf Creek’s John Jarratt.
Take a look at the new stills and trailer below and try not to get any on you!
In 100 Bloody Acres, brothers Reg and Lindsay Morgan are struggling to keep their organic blood and bone fertilizer business in motion. Their secret “recipe” for success (using dead car crash victims in their product) was a huge boon to business, but lately supply has been gravely low. Months have passed since their last find, and an important new customer is now waiting on a delivery. When junior partner Reg (Damon Herriman, “Justified”) stumbles upon three travelers stranded on a remote country road, he cooks up a radical solution to their problem and a way of finally gaining the respect of his bossy big brother (Angus Sampson). But when Reg starts to fall for Sophie, one of the intended victims, things get complicated…
9 thoughts on “They’re not psycho killers, they’re small business owners; check out the trailer for 100 Bloody Acres”
This looks hilarious!
It looks great!
This looks FUN!!
Yea it does! Glad you think so!
Another great one to add to the list!
Yea man, it has that Tucker and Dale vibe! It’s been generating some solid buzz too. Looks great!
I like Tucker and Dale…lots of fun.
I love horror movies, but I always feel like there aren’t any good ones around. Obviously I’m just not looking hard enough or in the right places. Thanks for bringing all of these movies to everyone’s attention!
Thanks man, I appreciate that! You’re right though, there is certainly a sea of terrible horror movies out there. There really are a lot of great horror films being made though, they’re just really hard to find. I try to shine a light on the films I think are going to be pretty decent, sometimes I get it right and sometimes I don’t though! Thanks again.