BACHELOR GAMES – An Epic Stag Weekend Turns Deadly in This Twisted Trip

Bachelor Games

The best man usually has a few tricks up his sleeve for the bachelor party, but the groom has a deadly one of his own in horror-comedy BACHELOR GAMES, arriving on digital platforms July 8, 2016 from Gravitas Ventures and Strike Films.

When five friends embark on a bachelor weekend in Argentina, everyone expects the usual hedonistic business.  They do not expect to find themselves stranded, wounded, and hunted through the Andes. But that’s just what happens when an elaborate scheme for revenge goes horribly awry.

The Hangover meets The Hills Have Eyes with a Shyamalan-esque twist, BACHELOR GAMES stars a bright young cast led by Charlie Bewley (Twilight, The Vampire Diaries, Nashville, forthcoming The Lake with J.K. Simmons), Jack Gordon (Fishtank, Northern Soul with Steve Coogan) and Jack Doolan (Ricky Gervais’ Cemetery Junction, Cockney’s Vs. Zombies).

BACHELOR GAMES, Best Feature winner at Halloweenapalooza Film Festival and official selection at World Horror Con Film Festival, is the first feature film from award-winning directorEdward McGown (Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough, David Attenborough Meets President Obama). Written by Sam Michell (BBC’s People Time, It’s Not What You Know) and Chris Hill (The Last Station), Produced by Georgina Edwards of Strike Films (Pork, Rome, Behind Bars),with Director of Photography by Lucio Bonelli (Everybody Has a Plan) and with the score composed by David Julyan (Momento, Insomnia, The Prestige), it will be available on all good digital platforms worldwide from 8th July.

Bachelor Games is available to pre-order now.

For more information please visit their official website, Facebook, and Twitter.

 

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